I've been reading different posts here, and studying the websites, and I'm still not sure what combination makes the most sense for us. We are traveling in the summer. I'd appreciate some help from travelers who may have had a similar itinerary:
Flying to Geneva, then train to Vevey for two nights. Hoping for a combo of ferry and train to get to and from Montreux.
Next, train from Vevey to Murren, where we will stay for 7 nights. Would like to have the ease of moving around the mountains and valley as we wish, hiking and exploring. Might spend a day solely in Murren, but I predict most days we will be exploring new areas from there. Would like to be able to take a ferry ride on one of the lakes in Interlaken.
Finally, train from Murren to Zurich, and one night there. Hope to use transportation easily there, between trams and maybe another boat ride. Then train to airport the last day.
4 adults, no kids...what do you recommend to make all this transportation easy? I'm not sure what the real difference is between the Jungfrau and Berner Oberland passes. We just want to have lots of freedom of choice to deal with whatever weather we have each day.
Thank you very much!