If you're new to train traveling, then Switzerland is the place to try it. It's easy to find your way, the trains run on time, and great views are included. Personally I only drive when necessary and take the train whenever possible.
This train, heading for Pontresina, took off from Scuol-Tarasp in the east of Graubünden.
Learn how train traveling in Switzerland works. This basic guide is a good start.
See what the difference is, and where 1st class is available.
You can carry your bags yourself or have them transported for you.
There's internet in the train and at the stations.
You can buy a special ticket for your dog and travel together.
EuroCity, InterCity, S-bahn and more. Does it matter which train type you're traveling with?
SBB, BLS, RhB and more. Does it matter which railway company you're traveling with?
Plan your trips by finding traveling times by train, bus, boat and more.
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