Regional-Pass Bernese Oberland

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Regional Pass Bernese Oberland

Discover the most beautiful valleys, mountains and lakes in the Bernese Oberland – and all with just one ticket! The Bernese Oberland Regional Pass is ideal for excursions by rail, boat, bus and mountain rail- & cableway. Passes are available for 3, 4, 6, 8 or 10 days. The ideal ticket for an unforgettable excursion to the Jungfraujoch – Top of Europe or a ride to the Schilthorn, the legendary setting for a 007 film.

Bernese Oberland Pass – Validity Map

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Bernese Oberland Pass

  • The Bernese Oberland Pass even includes more than 25 cable cars and mountain railways. You can also take advantage of discounts and additional benefits from around 40 bonus partners. (more on validity)
  • Free cancellation up to 4 working days before the first day of validity
  • Valid for traveling on consecutive days: 3, 4, 6, 8 and 10 day passes available
  • Discounts and benefits on a variety of leisure activities in the entire Bernes Oberland
  • Available as [email protected] ticket / eTicket

FAQ Regional Pass
Bernese Oberland

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No, the Juniorkarte and Kinder-Mitfahrkarte are not valid. We recommend the purchase of a Regional Pass Child at CHF 30.

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No, the Swiss Family Card is not valid in conjunction with the Regional Pass. For children we recommend the Regional-Pass Child for CHF 30.-.

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You enjoy the free ride from Lauterbrunnen to Mürren. You will receive a 50% reduction on the connecting ticket to the Schilthorn.

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You can exchange the purchased Regional Pass, provided that the new Regional Pass is valid for a longer period. 

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No, the Regional Pass cannot be used together with a Eurail Pass.

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No. The transfer from Zurich Airport / Genève Airport / Basel-Mulhouse is not included. You have to buy a ticket to Bern or Lucerne.

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Yes, the boats incl. steamboats can be used without restrictions on Lake Thun and Lake Brienz.

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As a rule, seat reservations are not required on trains, buses, ships and mountain railroads. It is recommended to reserve a seat on the Jungfraujoch. Tickets to the Jungfraujoch are subject to a quota. The connecting ticket to the Bernese Oberland Regional Pass and seat reservations are available online at store.jungfrau.ch or at all Jungfrau Railway stations.

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The Bahn Pass “Berner Oberland” is a regional rail pass and allows unlimited travel by train, bus and boat and more than 25 mountain railroads in the Bernese Oberland.

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The Tell Pass is a personal ticket and is not transferable.

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The Bernese Oberland Regional Pass can be purchased by tourists from abroad as well as by Swiss citizens.

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The “Bernese Oberland” pass can be purchased at numerous sales points and online at www.swiss-pass.ch as a [email protected] ticket.

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Children aged 6-16 travel for a fixed price of just CHF 30 for anything from two to ten days’ unrestricted travel! Kids under the age of 6 are travelling for free.

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Yes, the “Lake Geneva-Alps” pass is valid from Geneva airport (GVA).

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Standard price of CHF 30.- for all validity periods (3, 4, 6, 8 and 10 days). No additional charge for Jungfraujoch/Schilthorn.

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The Regional Pass “Bernese Oberland” can only be purchased for 3, 4, 6, 8 or 10 consecutive days.

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Bernese Oberland Pass