Apr 1, 2014 - 8:15 AM
You don't need to exit the train. Just make sure you have passes or tickets for each leg of the trip, so you can stay seated and don't loose time. In your case your Swiss Card is valid to Domodossola, so you need to get tickets from there to Rovereto in advance. Or, if you have planned more traveling in Italy, you may want to get a pass for Italy instead.
In case of Australia, you can find it all on one website: the Swiss Card here and the point to point tickets here. You may need to get tickets for the individual legs of your trip (Domodossola - Milan, Milan - Verona, Verona - Rovereto) if the system can't find a ticket for the entire route. You can find the connection you prefer in the timetable, and then book tickets based on that.
In Switzerland, delayed trains are an exception, but of course it can happen. If scheduled maintenance may cause delays, the timetable will show that in advance. The changes in Interlaken and Spiez are easy, and platform numbers can be found in the timetable too. You probably have lots of time to change on the other stations, depending on the connection you choose. The station of Milan is large, but changing trains there isn't difficult.
Last modified on Oct 27, 2017 - 3:34 PM by Arno