EURO was ~79 Rs when I booked by railway and mountain passes
|Costs are given per person basis||INR|
|Return Air fare by Swiss Airways||44,500|
|Swiss rail pass||22,500|
|Mt Jungfrau excursion tickets||8,400|
|Mt Titlis Excursion tickets||3,800|
|Gornergrat (Zermatt) train travel||2,700|
|Golden Pass from Lucerne to Interlaken||1,000|
|Golden Pass from interlaken to Montrex||1,500|
|Glacier Express from Zermatt To Chur||2,900|
|Rhine falls – trip to the rock||550|
|Mumabi airport pickup & drop||1,800|
|Hotels 8 nights, 10,000 per night for twin||40,000|
|Total basic expenses per person – 2013||1,36,350|
|Chocolates & Souvenirs|
Here I selected Swiss airlines and got this price for a direct flight. (early birds gets better prices)
Also the hotels I selected were costing around 10,000 Rs per night (3 star), you can get good bargain if you decide early, the same hotels were available at 6000~7000 Rs in the beginning when I started my study, hence it is most important to decide upon the hotels early enough. The hotel prices starts rising like anything as the days pass by.
Train and mountain passes prices will not vary much so that booking you can do last.Glacier express I did booking upto Chur, but later I realized that most thrilling route is upto St. Mortiz, hence I suggest to go upto St. Mortiz by this route.
Other expenses you can calculate when you go though my posts about food and the Souvenirs.
When I say misc, means expenses for the toilets, incidentals etc.
I realized that selecting 2 star hotels or backpackers would have brought the costs for stay considerably down and these hostels are pretty good with minimal stay and centralized cooking facilities.
Hope this helps as basic guidelines.