Klook: Unlock free travel days with Swiss Travel Pass!

Switzerland, the country of postcard-worthy alpine sceneries, stunning lakeside views, and thrill-seeking adventures! It's no wonder why Switzerland has been a top bucket list destination for many.

All corners of Switzerland have something to offer: from the towering peaks of the Lake Geneva region in the west to the stunning architecture of the buildings in the east. And there’s no better way to discover all of its highlights than with the Swiss Travel Pass.

Wondering what the Swiss Travel Pass is and why is it essential to traveling around Switzerland? Here’s everything you need to know in this handy guide!

Unlock free travel days!

Get even more unlimited travel on Swiss trains, boats, and buses when you book via Klook from 15 April to 14 May 2023!

  1. Book a consecutive 4-day pass and travel for 5 days (additional 1 day)
  2. Book a consecutive 8-day pass and travel for 10 days (additional 2 days)
Note: The travel period is from 15 April to 13 November 2023! Make sure the first day of using your Swiss Travel Pass is within 6 months of the issue date.
If you are not yet a member at Klook, sign up here and get a discount off your first transaction! 😊


  • Get unlimited rides on trains, panorama trains, boats, and buses in Switzerland and enjoy the picturesque landscapes, villages, and mountain scenery
  • Consecutive Passes will be automatically activated on the date selected, Flexible Passes will need to be manually activated
  • Show your Swiss Travel Pass e-ticket on your smartphone when require by ticket inspector
  • Children under 16 travel for free when accompanied by at least one parent
  • Enjoy exclusive deals or free entry for more than 500 museums and up to 50% off mountain excursions to Swiss peaks such as Jungfrau and Titlis

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