Inexpensive in public transport, the zoo and in the museum – ZVV is launching “Leisure fun” for seniors
– ZVV launches “Leisure fun” for seniors
With the “ZVV Action Pass”, people over the age of 60 can use public transport for one month free of charge this autumn and visit various leisure activities. Under the motto “Finally free!” the pass is available from September to November at a price of 110 francs.
Everyone over the age of 60 can look forward to an attractive range of public transport and leisure activities in autumn. As the Zürcher Verkehrsverbund (ZVV) announced on Monday, it is offering under the motto “Finally free!” the ZVV Action Pass between September and November. With this, everyone born in 1961 and older can travel for one month free of charge.
The Action Pass is valid from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. and on the weekend all day for 2nd class. “A change of class is also included for more comfort on a longer excursion,” writes the ZVV in a press release. And thanks to a day-trip ticket, an accompanying person can also be there.
In addition, the ZVV Action Pass entitles you to free entry to Zurich Zoo and 25 museums – from the Kunsthaus in Zurich to the newly opened Lozzi Museum in Wald. Nature centers, an airport tour and guided hikes are also free with the Action Pass. There is a discount of up to 50 percent on other activities such as city tours, cinema tickets and culinary offers.
“After a successful test in 2019, the public transport combined offer will return this autumn,” continues the ZVV. The ZVV Action Pass is now available at all served train stations and ZVV sales outlets for 110 francs. It is valid for one month within the period from September 1 to November 30, 2021.
Sascha Britain has been working for the “Tages-Anzeiger” since 2021. She studied journalism and organizational communication at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences.