Eurocity(Eurocity)

Train Type: Eurocity

The European Intercity Express (EC, EuroCity) is a long-haul international train in Europe that meets 20 international service standards including comfort, speed, catering and cleanliness. The European Intercity Express is operated by a number of EU countries or Swiss railway companies, connecting important European cities.

The standards required for EuroCity trains include:

Train route through two or more countries All trains are air conditioned Stop only at stations in major cities Stop time is no more than five minutes, in special cases no more than 15 minutes Food and drink in the car (preferably with a dining car) The captain speaks at least two languages, one of which must be English, French or German. Average speed (including stop) is higher than 90 km per hour, except for trains that include mountain terrain and train ferry

Routes to some European Intercity Express (EC, EuroCity) routes in Switzerland:

Zürich – Lugano – Chiasso – Milan (Milano Centrale) Basel– Bern – Brig –Milan Geneva – Lausanne – Brig – Milan – Venice Geneva – Lausanne – Brig – Milan Munich (München Hbf) – Bregenz – St. Gallen – Zürich – Lenzburg – Basel Graz – Leoben – Innsbruck – Bludenz – Zürich

1st Class

The European Intercity Express (EC, EuroCity) is a long-haul international train in Europe that meets 20 international service standards including comfort, speed, catering and cleanliness. The European Intercity Express is operated by a number of EU countries or Swiss railway companies, connecting important European cities.

The standards required for EuroCity trains include:

Train route through two or more countries All trains are air conditioned Stop only at stations in major cities Stop time is no more than five minutes, in special cases no more than 15 minutes Food and drink in the car (preferably with a dining car) The captain speaks at least two languages, one of which must be English, French or German. Average speed (including stop) is higher than 90 km per hour, except for trains that include mountain terrain and train ferry

Routes to some European Intercity Express (EC, EuroCity) routes in Switzerland:

Zürich – Lugano – Chiasso – Milan (Milano Centrale) Basel– Bern – Brig –Milan Geneva – Lausanne – Brig – Milan – Venice Geneva – Lausanne – Brig – Milan Munich (München Hbf) – Bregenz – St. Gallen – Zürich – Lenzburg – Basel Graz – Leoben – Innsbruck – Bludenz – Zürich

Facilities in the coach
  • * Air-conditioned car
  • * Power outlet
  • * Meeting Facilities
  • * Can be placed on a bicycle
  • * Dining car
  • * Family car, quiet car, commercial car

2nd Class

The European Intercity Express (EC, EuroCity) is a long-haul international train in Europe that meets 20 international service standards including comfort, speed, catering and cleanliness. The European Intercity Express is operated by a number of EU countries or Swiss railway companies, connecting important European cities.

The standards required for EuroCity trains include:

Train route through two or more countries All trains are air conditioned Stop only at stations in major cities Stop time is no more than five minutes, in special cases no more than 15 minutes Food and drink in the car (preferably with a dining car) The captain speaks at least two languages, one of which must be English, French or German. Average speed (including stop) is higher than 90 km per hour, except for trains that include mountain terrain and train ferry

Routes to some European Intercity Express (EC, EuroCity) routes in Switzerland:

Zürich – Lugano – Chiasso – Milan (Milano Centrale) Basel– Bern – Brig –Milan Geneva – Lausanne – Brig – Milan – Venice Geneva – Lausanne – Brig – Milan Munich (München Hbf) – Bregenz – St. Gallen – Zürich – Lenzburg – Basel Graz – Leoben – Innsbruck – Bludenz – Zürich

Facilities in the coach
  • * Air-conditioned car
  • * Power outlet
  • * Meeting Facilities
  • * Can be placed on a bicycle
  • * Dining car
  • * Family car, quiet car, commercial car