Swiss Travel System

Regional Pass Bernese Oberland

The Regional Pass Bernese Oberland provides

  • Consecutive-day travel on trains, mountain excursions, Postbuses, and boats in the Bernese oberland.
  • Available for 3, 4, 6, 8, and 10 days of travel

WHO

WHAT


Overview

Experience one of the most popular regions in Switzerland, the Bernese Oberland, with one all-inclusive pass!

This electronic pass is offered in First and Second class, and is available for a consecutive-day validity of your choice for 3,4,6,8, or 10 days of travel.

The Regional Pass Bernese Oberland provides travelers with free and reduced rate travel for excursions in the region by train, boat, bus, and mountain rail & cableways. With this unique pass you can take advantage of free travel between Bern, Lucerne, Brig, and Interlaken on nearly all rail and Postbus/bus routes in addition to boats on Lake Thun and Lake Brienz.

The variety of alpine scenery that awaits you with this pass is simply incredible! And with free or reduced travel, the opportunities to discover this region are endless!

This pass provides travel on mountain excursions to Brienzer Rothorn, First, Harder Kulm, Kleine Scheidegg, Niederhorn,
Niesen, Männlichen, Alpen-Tower (Planplatteh),
Pfingstegg, Stockhorn, Schynige Platte, Rinderberg, Sunnbüel, Oeschinen,
Lauchernalp, and more! Pass holders will receive a 50% discount on excursions from Murren to Schilthorn, Titlis, and Glacier 3000.

Prepare yourself for adventure with a Regional Pass Bernese Oberland. Get your pass today and begin exploring one of the most extraordinary regions of Switzerland – you will not be disappointed!


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