How to Travel Switzerland on a Budget (Money Saving Tips to Afford Switzerland)

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Even though Switzerland is one of the world's most expensive countries to visit, you can still travel to Switzerland on a budget. So here's my guide o...

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Even though Switzerland is one of the world's most expensive countries to visit, you can still travel to Switzerland on a budget. So here's my guide on how to travel Switzerland super cheap and some money-saving tips to help you afford Switzerland based on your travel budget.


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Switzerland Budget Travel Guide:

Transportation - You can get a Swiss Travel Pass that gives you unlimited travel by train, bus and boat, including premium panoramic trains, plus public transport. If you are 26 years old and below, you can avail the Swiss Travel Pass Youth which is 15% off the normal price of a Swiss Travel Pass. You can also consider buying Supersaver tickets from the SBB App.

Accommodation - Your cheapest options are youth hostels and Airbnbs.

Food - Typically, a meal in a Swiss restaurant costs around 20-30 francs or more! Your cheapest option is to buy and cook your meals. It's also important to note that you don't have to pay for water. There are a lot of water fountains both in cities and villages. Just bring a water bottle with you and refill.

Activities - Your things to do and places to visit in Switzerland most probably are mountain peaks and viewpoints. So, go for a hike! It's free and will help you save on transportation should you go to mountain peaks and viewpoints.

Miscellaneous - If you want to buy a cowbell, the cheapest you can find will cost you around 8 francs. (Edit: I think I found the cheapest cowbell for 5 francs in Zermatt!!!) For the Swiss Army Knife, the cheapest is 9 francs.

1 Swiss franc is approximately 1 US dollars
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