On the right track to Switzerland. And from there to everywhere – by train, bus and boat.
Travel in comfort from across the border into Switzerland. Get around town quickly and easily. Public transport connects countries, cities and places. It connects people, too. And there’s no better way to discover new sights – or to rediscover old ones.
Trains connect neighbouring countries with Switzerland several times a day. What’s more, Switzerland has Europe’s densest public transport network.
Climb aboard. And travel Switzerland the easy way.
The TGV, EuroCity, Railjet and InterCity Express connect cities including Paris, Hamburg, Vienna and Milan with Switzerland. And while you watch the scenery roll past your window, the comfort of the train makes your journey an experience in itself.
Travelling by train is easy and comfortable – and takes you straight to your destination. In Zurich, for instance, where all four international trains arrive several times a day, the station is in the heart of the city. From there, you have a whole range of public transport options for your onward journey.
Where to next? Travel straight from the station – whichever way you’re heading.
Rail, road and river.
Zurich’s iconic blue trams are a symbol of the city.
But you can get around by bus or other means of transport, too. For instance, you can board a Limmat boat and cruise along the river from the National Museum to the Zürichhorn.
Take the river route aboard a Limmat boat. And watch Zurich’s famous landmarks go by.
A fresh perspective.
Whether you live in Zurich or you’re just visiting – there’s no better way to see the sights than by public transport. You can rediscover familiar places and see new ones from a different angle. The boat takes you one way, the tram another. And the bus another way again. Even if your starting point and destination are the same.
See the city from the water. And rediscover familiar sights.
Make the journey by public transport. Seeing new sights and rediscovering old ones along the way.
Public transport doesn’t only get you from A to B.
It takes you on new journeys – with hidden gems to discover along the way. Like the Polybahn: built in 1889, it runs from Central to the Polyterrasse.