Nov 26, 2021 - 10:57 AM
in reply to TravelElla
Now that the 2022 timetable has been loaded on to the official Swiss Timetable site (www.fahrplanfelder.ch) it is easy to find the PDFs .
The 'Kursbuch' is the Swiss national Timetable that has been in place since 1905!
Each line has a number. Railways are 100 - 900s onwards, Cableways are numbered in the 2000s , Lake boats are in the number 3000s. Bus routes are regionalised according to the railway timetable number roughly by area, hence as you see below a bus in the area near railway timetable 310 has a 31 prefix.
Once you get to know the numbers you can just put that in the search, for example Spiez - Interlaken railway is table number 310 , the bus on the north side of the Thunersee is table 31.201 , and the Thunersee lake boat number is table 3310.
Otherwise you put in a placename, which then finds all the stations and stops with that placename included. For example 'Thun' will be the main station, Thun (See) is the boat landing stage at Thun, and Thun, Berntor is one of many bus stops in the area.
The home page is:
You can choose the language, including English, then use the search as above.
Last modified on Nov 26, 2021 - 11:08 AM by 1960man