Zentralbahn

Zentralbahn

The Zentralbahn connects Lucerne and Engelberg, passing through Stans and also runs between Lucerne and Interlaken East (see GoldenPass Line) passing by Sarnen and the Brünig Pass.more

Jura Railways

Jura Railways

Discover off-the-beaten track Switzerland with its undulating hills dotted with horse farms. more

Jungfraujoch round trip

Jungfraujoch...

High on the Top of Europe: There’s no better way to round out your...more

Across the vineyards by train

Across the...

The beautiful vineyards of the Lavaux region may be comfortably explored...more

Zentralbahn

The Zentralbahn connects Lucerne and Engelberg, passing through Stans and also runs between Lucerne and Interlaken East (see GoldenPass Line) passing by Sarnen and the Brünig Pass.

The Zentralbahn connects Lucerne and Engelberg, passing through Stans and also runs between Lucerne and Interlaken East (see GoldenPass Line) passing by Sarnen and the Brünig Pass.

Jura Railways

Discover off-the-beaten track Switzerland with its undulating hills dotted with horse farms.

Discover off-the-beaten track Switzerland with its undulating hills dotted with horse farms.

Jungfraujoch round trip

High on the Top of Europe: There’s no better way to round out your Switzerland trip than with a visit to Jungfraujoch. Here you’re that bit closer to heaven – at 3454 m, the “Top of Europe” is the highest train station in Europe.

High on the Top of Europe: There’s no better way to round out your Switzerland trip than with a visit to Jungfraujoch. Here you’re that bit closer to heaven – at 3454 m, the “Top of Europe” is the highest train station in Europe.

Jungfraujoch round trip

Across the vineyards by train

The beautiful vineyards of the Lavaux region may be comfortably explored aboard the blue and yellow “Train des vignes” (vineyard train). This special train evolves high above Lake Geneva and winds its way across the lush green vineyards up to the village of Puidoux-Chexbres.

The “Train des vignes” (vineyard train) runs on a fantastic route through the terraced vineyards of Lavaux, the landscape high above Lake Geneva designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007, with views of the Savoy and Valais Alps.