Welcome to Switzerland - Arriving and traveling in Switzerland
Airports in SwitzerlandSwitzerland has three international airports serving a multitude of European and international destinations. The largest is Zurich, followed by Geneva and Basel. There is also the airport of Bern, which also offers destinations in Europe. All of its airports are connected to the excellent SBB rail network and the city's public transport system. The national airline SWISS is a member of the Star Alliance and is part of the German Lufthansa Group. Photo: © Genève Aéroport
Zurich Airport - Geneva Airport
Basel-Mulhouse Airport - Bern Airport - SWISS
Travelling in Switzerland by trainTo get to Switzerland, we recommend your national companies, such as the TGV Lyria which connects Paris to Switzerland (Geneva, Lausanne, Basel, Zurich) in 3 hours. During your vacations, you will enjoy one of the best railway networks in the world with the CFF and various local companies crossing fairy-tale landscapes. Take advantage of the "tourist" lines and special lines such as the Glacier Express. Our partner for Switzerland, Illico Travel, can organize a panoramic train excursion for you. Photo: © swiss-image.ch/Andrea Badrutt
Swiss Railway Company SBB - SNCF
Illico Travel - Billet Swiss Travel pass - Railtour
Travel in Switzerland at low costIn order to travel in Switzerland in an economical way, several offers in the form of passes are proposed online on myswitzerland or can be purchased at Swiss train stations.
The Swiss Half Fare Card ((from 118 CHF): Half-price tickets for travel by train, bus, boat and public transport in the cities - Children under 16 years of age travel free of charge, but you must purchase (free of charge) the Swiss Family Card.
The Swiss Travel Pass (from 228 CHF) or Flex (from 262 CHF) gives you free access to public transport and to more than 500 museums. As well as various discounts on special routes and tourist sites. Children under the age of 16 travel free of charge if accompanied by a parent.
Other special tickets are available online. In addition, we recommend a stay in the canton of Neuchâtel, which offers the Neuchâtel Tourist Card to its guests free of charge from one night with free access to public transportation, museums, cruises and bike rental! Photo: © SBB CFF FFS
• The advantageous solution for bed and breakfast on www.bnb.ch or www.chambres-hotes.fr
Weblinks - Aviation• www.lufthansa.com
Weblinks - By train• www.bahn.de