Grand Train Tour of Switzerland
The great train experience.
Switzerland’s panoramic routes never fail to fascinate visitors. And the best way to discover the delights of this small Alpine nation is to take the Grand Train Tour of Switzerland.
The Grand Train Tour of Switzerland is a unique travel experience. It extends over 1280 captivating kilometres and comprises the most beautiful panoramic routes across the country. The tour takes travellers to all of Switzerland’s four language regions – through attractive towns and villages, past glistening glaciers, lakes and rivers, and over mountains. It highlights the best of the nation’s public transport system and selected excursion destinations. The tour also inspires travellers to explore attractions off the recommended rail routes. There is no prescribed travel direction and the tour can be started all year round from any point. For example from Zurich, Switzerland’s largest and most multicultural city.
The eight most beautiful routes in Switzerland – with one ticket.
The Grand Train Tour of Switzerland is divided up into several route sections. Each highlights specific scenic sights, attractions and opportunities for exploration, so that travellers can experience the country in all its delightful diversity. Eight-day or four-day tour options are available. And best of all, travellers require only one ticket – the Swiss Travel Pass.
The Grand Train Tour of Switzerland virtual vacation / webroute
The tour can even be previewed interactively online. The different routes can be “travelled” and scenic splendours enjoyed by simply scrolling through the itinerary: grandtraintour.myswitzerland.com
Grand Train Tour of Switzerland myTravel Stamp Booklet
Each client purchasing a Swiss Travel Pass receives a complimentary Grand Train Tour of Switzerland myTravel Stamp Booklet for free. Along the most beautiful train tour of Switzerland – in Zurich, Schaffhausen, St. Gallen, Lucerne, Interlaken, Montreux, Zermatt, St. Moritz and Lugano – passengers are thus offered opportunities to collect nine individual and unique stamps.