I am planning a Eurail trip and will be traveling on my South African passport as I currently reside there. I do however also have a Swiss passport and wondered if the regulations regarding one in-bound & one out-bound trip in Switzerland also apply to me, or whether I would be able to visit multiple destinations in Switzerland as well?
Best answer by YorkieView original
The important point is that you are currently living in South Africa so you are obliged to get a Eurail pass. Therefore you can travel freely in Switzerland. You can obviously use each passport on your travels as you see fit, e.g. using your Swiss passport for entry/exit and accommodation and your South African passport if challenged on your Eurail pass. That challenge is highly unlikely but may happen.
On a Eurail pass with South African passport and residency there are no inbound/outbound restrictions on travel in any country. Keep your Swiss passport in your pocket or elsewhere.