Swiss Travel System

The Swiss Travel System is incredibly comprehensive and includes trains, buses and boats. And you'll want to take advantage of all of these to journey through the Alps, St. Moritz, Lugano, Zermatt and more. And, with the new Swiss Travel e-pass, you can start your journey right away.

Trains can take you from Zurich Airport to many places including the Jungfraujoch, the German Black Forest and the French Vosges. The most popular Swiss routes include, of course, the famous scenic trains: the GoldenPass, the Wilhelm Tell Express, the Glacier Express or Bernina Express. And why choose just one when you can enjoy them all on a Grand Train Tour of Switzerland? Smoothly travel through Swiss alpine fields, cross mountain streams on spectacular bridges, all while enjoying breathtaking panoramic views of the Swiss Alps. So why wait? Book now!

We've put together a number of exciting options to make sure you get the most out of your vacation.

Available Swiss Travel Products

Swiss Transfer Tickets

Perfect for holiday trip to/from Swiss airport/border to a Swiss destination. With all the natural splendor, warmth of the people, and breathtaking village scenes right out of your dreams, leaving Switzerland isn’t easy. Though Rail Europe has made it a little less painful. The Swiss Transfer Ticket provides round-trip travel from any Swiss airport or border town to a single Swiss destination for less money than train tickets. It’s often used for travelers staying in one location that just need a simple way in and out, and often at the winter holidays.

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Mount Titlis Excursion

Mount Titlis

Nothing completes your spectacular Swiss journey better than a round trip pass from Engelberg to Mount Titlis, with admission to the world's first revolving cablecar.

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Grand Train Tour of Switzerland

Grand Train Tour of Switzerland

Modern. Efficient. Switzerland’s travel system includes extensive travel options by train, bus and boat. Enjoy one of our four proposed itineraries.

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