Highlights with Train, Bus and Boat
The Swiss Travel System is the perfect way to discover the delights of Switzerland. Whether fascinating panoramic routes such as Glacier Express, GoldenPass Line and Gotthard Panorama Express or the public transport network in more than 90 Swiss towns & cities, whether free admission to over 500 exciting museums throughout the country or the most breathtaking mountain excursions at half price – visitors can experience all of it and then some with only one single ticket: the Swiss Travel Pass.
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Swiss Travel System -
The best way to experience Switzerland.

Swiss Travel Pass -
The all-in-one ticket
The Swiss Travel Pass is the key to trouble-free travel by public transport throughout Switzerland. With a single ticket visitors can travel 3, 4, 8 or 15 days throughout the entire country by train, bus and boat. The ticket includes the popular panorama routes such as the Glacier Express, Bernina Express, GoldenPass Line and Gotthard Panorama Express, as well as trams and buses in no fewer than 90 towns and cities. In addition, Swiss Travel Pass holders are entitled to free admission to more than 500 museums nationwide as well as 50% reduction off most mountain railways.
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Premium Panoramic Trains
Switzerland's panorama train routes (such as the Glacier Express and Bernina Express) are among the most beautiful rail routes in the world. They are part of the country's heritage and history. They pass through the most majestic mountain scenery, idyllic valleys and villages; along crystal-clear lakes and ice-blue glaciers. Their privileged passengers enjoy stunning scenic splendours and superior travel comfort. The panorama trains of Switzerland embrace happy harmony between high-tech and heavenly nature. It's a captivating combination which never fails to fascinate
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Arrival by train

Visitors wishing to travel to the Alpine nation by train benefit from a multitude of excellent connections. Whether from Germany, Austria, Italy, France or the Netherlands – each day plenty of international trains arrive in Switzerland. TGV Lyria, for example, travels between Paris or Marseille and the Swiss cities of Geneva, Lausanne, Basel and Zurich several times daily. Most international trains offer a dining car or a bistro.

Enjoying peak pleasures at half price

Switzerland offers visitors so many vacation highlights. But by far the country's greatest attraction is its Alpine wonder world. With no fewer than 48 mountain peaks higher than 12,000 feet, the country is way ahead of its neighbouring nations when it comes to heights of Alpine excellence. With few exceptions, all of Switzerland's spectacular scenic summits are easily accessible by a remarkable network of aerial cableways, cogwheel railways and funiculars. Excursion destinations such as the Jungfraujoch-Top of Europe, the Pilatus above Lake Lucerne and the Klein Matterhorn near Zermatt never fail to fascinate.

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How to travel with luggage – without the lugging

Thanks to the innovative and efficient public transport system operating in Switzerland, international visitors can have their ski equipment and suitcases transported by train direct to their vacation destination or even to their hotel, immediately after landing at the airpoty in Switzerland. Even while travelling within Switzerland, guests can benefit from a luggage transportation service from one destination to another, from hotel to hotel. This is particularly advantageous on round-trips such as the Grand Train Tour of Switzerland. A wide range of options are available – simple solutions for maximum comfort and convenience.
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The rolling bartender
Each day, Victor Costa tends bar from Andermatt over the Oberalp Pass to Disentis with the après-ski train twice a day. A road connects Andermatt and Disentis in the summer, but there is no way through in winter. Except for Victor and his après-ski train.