Spectacular Journeys: Train Rides

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  • Glacier Express

    The journey in what has been dubbed the world’s slowest express train takes travellers across the Alps within roughly eight hours, passing through 91 tunnels and over 291 bridges.
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  • Brienzer Rothorn

    Ever since 1892, the Brienz Rothorn Railway in Brienz in the Bernese Oberland has been stomping, huffing and puffing towards the Brienzer Rothorn.
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  • Chocolate train

    The Chocolate train runs between Montreux and the Cailler-Nestlé chocolate factory at Broc and is a real “must” – not only for the true “sweet tooth” but also for railway enthusiasts.
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  • Centovalli Express

    The Centovalli Railway connects the Gotthard and Simplon lines, linking Ticino with the Valle d'Ossola in Italy and with Valais via Simplon on the shortest possible route. The railway is not just a means of transportation. It is also an excursion train, that takes visitors through the magnificent landscapes of Centovalli and Valle Vigezzo.
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  • Rhaetian Railway, Albula/Bernina

    130 kilometres in one train. The Albula/Bernina railway line forms the heart of the Unesco World Cultural Heritage listing and is regarded as one of the world’s most spectacular routes. The UNESCO route itself covers 122 kilometres from Thusis to Tirano, passing 196 bridges, 55 tunnels and 20 towns along the way.
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  • Gotthard Panorama Express

    A great experience of history come alive: The journey leads from Ticino along the historic Gotthard panoramic route to Lucerne. Welcome to the original Switzerland!
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  • Enchanting Candlelight Dinner on Mount Rigi

    Take a nostalgic trip in a beautiful vintage dining car and enjoy a delightful aperitif while gazing out on the majestic panoramic view. The mountains at sunset provide the backdrop for an unforgettable evening meal – this is the ideal way to discover a different side of the “Queen of the Mountains”.
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  • Bernina Express

    This panoramic train connects the north of Europe to its south – right through the UNESCO World Heritage site of Rhaetian Railway, passing by glaciers on its way down to palm trees.
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  • Blonay-Chamby - Oldest Museum Railway

    To travel by steam locomotive, in historic railway carriages through the landscape - you can do this between Blonay and Chamby. The museum railway offers train pleasures extraordinaire and the largest collection of operable meter gauge rolling stock in Switzerland.
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  • Pilatus

    Near Lucerne and easily accessible by public transport, the Pilatus (2073 m a.s.l.) is the ideal adventure mountain for the whole family.
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  • Métro Lausanne – true underground rail

    Every couple of minutes, a train from Lausanne-Ouchy by Lake Geneva runs almost silently uphill to the SBB railway station and onwards via the city centre (Flon) to Epalinges-Croisettes. The fully automated Métro trains are remotely controlled and spend half their time underground.
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  • GoldenPass Panoramic

    The four distinct language and cultural regions are certainly among Switzerland’s best-known characteristics. The GoldenPass Panoramic links the German- and French-speaking regions and allows insights into Switzerland’s diverse cultural heritage – piece by piece.
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  • Across the vineyards by train

    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.
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  • Luzern–Interlaken Express

    Lucerne and Interlaken. Two of Switzerland’s most popular tourist destinations. But how best to get from one city to the other? Conveniently easy: with the comfortable Luzern–Interlaken Express.
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  • Lötschberg mountain route and Centovalli

    Sometimes the long and winding route is the best way to reach a destination: On many detours, the BLS Lötschberger and the Vigezzina-Centovalli Railway carry travellers to legendary views and excursion destinations.
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