Torino to Zurich with Swiss Pass?

I will be travelling from Torino to Zurich on 2nd July I have a Swiss pass. What is the best way to go about catching trains.and using pass .
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  • Jeff (Official Rep) June 29, 2017 19:16
    Hi Cecile,

    Connections from Turin to Zurich take 4.5 to 5 hours in duration and involve changing trains once in Milan along the way.

    Turin to Milan

    Trains from Turin to Milan are not covered by a Swiss Travel Pass, so you would need to purchase regular tickets. You would purchase tickets from Turin to Milan by searching the route under 'Book Train Tickets' on our homepage, www.raileurope.com. Generally, these trains can be booked once within 120 days of an intended departure date.

    From Turin to Milan, there are Frecciarossa trains, Italo trains, and regional trains.

    Milan to Zurich

    On trains from Milan to Zurich, the Swiss Travel Pass would enable you to receive a discounted rate called the 'Passholder 3'. To receive the 'Passholder 3' rate for a direct train from Milan to Zurich, you would enter the route on our homepage and indicate that you'll be traveling with the 'Swiss Travel Pass'. Generally, these trains can be reserved within 90-120 days of an intended departure date.

    When you pull up the results of your Milan-Zurich search, you can verify if you're being quoted the 'Passholder 3' rate by clicking the 'View' button for the cost. After clicking 'View', a box will expand out underneath displaying the 'Ticket Flexibility' options. Under the 'Semi Flexible' option, you would click 'Read More' and the name of the fare would display as either 'Trenitalia Pass 3' or 'Trenitalia International Trains Passholder 3'.

    Trains from Milan to Zurich are EC (EuroCity) trains.
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