GoldenPass Tour

GoldenPass Tour

GoldenPass Tour

Here’s what you get:

  • Includes a Swiss Transfer Ticket Combi incl. Swiss Half Fare Card with 5 rail transfers in second-class.
  • 5 nights accommodation in 3 star hotels (double occupancy includes breakfast); 2 nights in Lucerne, 2 nights in Interlaken, 1 night in Montreux.
  • Excursion to Jungfraujoch - Top of Europe.




And who could blame you? The GoldenPass Tour, in Switzerland, from Rail Europe is one of the world’s most scenic journeys. The train leaves Lucerne and travels past edelweiss meadows, picturesque villages and the home of the most elite skiers in the world. This self-guided tour includes travel on the GoldenPass and an excursion on Jungfraujoch, Europe’s highest-altitude railway station. It’s an amazing 3454 meters high (that’s over 2 miles!). You’ll then spend two nights in chalet-filled Interlaken at the base of the Alps, where woodland paths are just waiting to be hiked. Your tour ends in perfection in the resort town of Montreux, at the Lake Geneva shore.

And with train travel, there’s never any of the usual navigation hassles or obstructed views in cramped car seats. But be warned, with a Rail Europe expert itinerary, cold or not, that smile could just be stuck on your face forever.

Upgrades & Alternate Booking Options

If you simply want to enjoy the travel packages detailed, choose from the available booking options on this page. Or if you want to create a customized package by upgrading to 4-star hotels, first class train travel or extending your room nights, or by traveling with children, let us provide you with a free quote.

Level of Service

Standard package includes first-class rail and 3-star hotels. Additional hotel nights, second-class rail and 4-star hotels also available.

Reservation Requirements with the GoldenPass Tour:

Feel free to hop on and off Swiss trains following the GoldenPass Tour itinerary without reservations.

Reservations, when requested, are an additional cost to the rail pass and can be requested within 90 days of your travel date.

Regional trains in Switzerland do not require reservations. You can simply board with your rail pass and take any open seat.

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