Nov 21, 2018 - 5:59 AM
We had a lovely trip! Many thanks to the myswissalps team! The information and guidelines that I got here greatly helped us.
Just wanted to add a few points for all those who are visiting Switzerland with babies/toddlers.
1. Stroller - we decided to take the stroller with us at the last minute and thank god for that. Majority of the places that we visited had wheelchair access and that meant stroller-friendly too. Just look for the wheel chair/differently abled sign in train coaches, attractions etc and follow the directions. We took the stroller to Titlis (till the exit to the snow point, parked it near a shop and took it on our way back) , Rigi Kulm, Schilthorn, Lauterbrunnen, Ballenberg, basically everywhere :)
2. Diaper changing - The washrooms are bigger in the coaches marked with the wheelchair sign. There was a diaper changing table in the washroom of the ♿ coach in the Luzern - Interlaken express. However I am not sure if it is there in the rest of the coaches. There are baby rooms in most of the places or a changing table in the main restrooms.
3. Family services area in Zurich airport - Excellent play rooms for kids with all the facilities - changing tables, restrooms for the families, kettle, microwave oven etc