Travel in Swiss with Day pass

St. Moritz, Graubunden

What is wanderlust? 

It is a strong desire or impulse to wander or travel and explore the world. 


Staying and studying in Liechtenstein gives you an ideal opportunity to explore the magnificent Swiss and Liechtenstein Alps. Daily passes, also known as 'Tageskarte', are available to residents of every ‘Gemeinde’ (municipality) and can be booked online. Such daily tickets cost 40 CHF and take you to magnificent places in Switzerland. Moreover, some municipalities, such as Gamprin and Ruggell, also offers a 50 percent discount on last-minute day tickets which can be booked 24 hours prior to the traveling date during business hours. The links for these day passes are provided below. 


Blausee, Canton of Bern

Traveling in Switzerland is like traveling in heaven – during your travels, you will be able to acknowledge the beautiful Swiss Alps. Moreover, there is a lot of culture and heritage to be explored in the country. Did you know that Switzerland has four official languages, which are German, French, Italian, and Romish? With different languages, it brings different ideologies and different architecture. Hence, traveling in different regions within Switzerland brings different experiences and a lot of diversity. Studying in Liechtenstein gives easy access to travel and explore the German and Italian parts of Switzerland. With proper planning, the French part of Swiss is also accessible. Whether you would like to explore Lac Léman in Geneva or Lago di Lugano in Ticino, you will definitely not be disappointed.  


With the day ticket, the gorgeous cantons that can be easily convenient are Zurich, St. Gallen, and Graubünden. Furthermore, if you decide to stretch your limits, you can explore the Swiss Alps by exploring the top of Europe in the Jungfrau mountains in Canton Bern or experience much warmer weather in the Southern part of Switzerland if you go to Ticino. 


Blog post by Vivien and Bhargav.

Photo courtsey Bhargav.

Blausee, Canton of Bern

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