Swiss Railways (SBB CFF FFS)(Swiss Railways (SBB CFF FFS))

Train Type: Swiss Railways (SBB CFF FFS)(Swiss Railways (SBB CFF FFS))

The best, most interesting and relaxing way to explore Switzerland is by train, tram, bus and boat. Switzerland has the most widely used, reliable and fixed public transport system in the world. It is recommended that you use the Swiss public transport system because it is fast and reliable. Swiss trains and trams are powered by clean hydroelectric power. Thanks to the seamless rails, the Swiss train travels very smoothly.

The Swiss Federal Railways logo includes SBB CFF FFS – 9 letters that can be found throughout the country. This is an abbreviation, meaning the three main official languages of the Swiss Federal Railways: German, French and Italian. Every three letters is an abbreviation of a language.

Swiss people like their trains. The average person travels more than 2,300 kilometers per year. Nearly one-seventh of the Swiss population. Every day, 1.2 million people use trains. The Swiss railway network is the most densely used system in the world. More than 10,000 trains run every day on a 3,100-kilometer network, and as many as 1,000 trains are in operation at any time. The transportation system is equipped with more than 1,000 kilometers of mountain railways, more than 13,500 kilometers of bus lines and more than 23,000 bus stops.

1st Class

The best, most interesting and relaxing way to explore Switzerland is by train, tram, bus and boat. Switzerland has the most widely used, reliable and fixed public transport system in the world. It is recommended that you use the Swiss public transport system because it is fast and reliable. Swiss trains and trams are powered by clean hydroelectric power. Thanks to the seamless rails, the Swiss train travels very smoothly.

The Swiss Federal Railways logo includes SBB CFF FFS – 9 letters that can be found throughout the country. This is an abbreviation, meaning the three main official languages of the Swiss Federal Railways: German, French and Italian. Every three letters is an abbreviation of a language.

Swiss people like their trains. The average person travels more than 2,300 kilometers per year. Nearly one-seventh of the Swiss population. Every day, 1.2 million people use trains. The Swiss railway network is the most densely used system in the world. More than 10,000 trains run every day on a 3,100-kilometer network, and as many as 1,000 trains are in operation at any time. The transportation system is equipped with more than 1,000 kilometers of mountain railways, more than 13,500 kilometers of bus lines and more than 23,000 bus stops.

Facilities in the coach
  • * more spacious seats
  • * more legroom
  • * power outlets
  • * quiet and business zones
  • * usually located on the upper deck, offering a great view of the passing landscape

1st Class

The best, most interesting and relaxing way to explore Switzerland is by train, tram, bus and boat. Switzerland has the most widely used, reliable and fixed public transport system in the world. It is recommended that you use the Swiss public transport system because it is fast and reliable. Swiss trains and trams are powered by clean hydroelectric power. Thanks to the seamless rails, the Swiss train travels very smoothly.

The Swiss Federal Railways logo includes SBB CFF FFS – 9 letters that can be found throughout the country. This is an abbreviation, meaning the three main official languages of the Swiss Federal Railways: German, French and Italian. Every three letters is an abbreviation of a language.

Swiss people like their trains. The average person travels more than 2,300 kilometers per year. Nearly one-seventh of the Swiss population. Every day, 1.2 million people use trains. The Swiss railway network is the most densely used system in the world. More than 10,000 trains run every day on a 3,100-kilometer network, and as many as 1,000 trains are in operation at any time. The transportation system is equipped with more than 1,000 kilometers of mountain railways, more than 13,500 kilometers of bus lines and more than 23,000 bus stops.

Facilities in the coach

2nd Class

The best, most interesting and relaxing way to explore Switzerland is by train, tram, bus and boat. Switzerland has the most widely used, reliable and fixed public transport system in the world. It is recommended that you use the Swiss public transport system because it is fast and reliable. Swiss trains and trams are powered by clean hydroelectric power. Thanks to the seamless rails, the Swiss train travels very smoothly.

The Swiss Federal Railways logo includes SBB CFF FFS – 9 letters that can be found throughout the country. This is an abbreviation, meaning the three main official languages of the Swiss Federal Railways: German, French and Italian. Every three letters is an abbreviation of a language.

Swiss people like their trains. The average person travels more than 2,300 kilometers per year. Nearly one-seventh of the Swiss population. Every day, 1.2 million people use trains. The Swiss railway network is the most densely used system in the world. More than 10,000 trains run every day on a 3,100-kilometer network, and as many as 1,000 trains are in operation at any time. The transportation system is equipped with more than 1,000 kilometers of mountain railways, more than 13,500 kilometers of bus lines and more than 23,000 bus stops.

Facilities in the coach
  • * Internet access
  • * Wheelchair-accessible toilet
  • * Family zone
  • * Luggage storage area

2nd Class

The best, most interesting and relaxing way to explore Switzerland is by train, tram, bus and boat. Switzerland has the most widely used, reliable and fixed public transport system in the world. It is recommended that you use the Swiss public transport system because it is fast and reliable. Swiss trains and trams are powered by clean hydroelectric power. Thanks to the seamless rails, the Swiss train travels very smoothly.

The Swiss Federal Railways logo includes SBB CFF FFS – 9 letters that can be found throughout the country. This is an abbreviation, meaning the three main official languages of the Swiss Federal Railways: German, French and Italian. Every three letters is an abbreviation of a language.

Swiss people like their trains. The average person travels more than 2,300 kilometers per year. Nearly one-seventh of the Swiss population. Every day, 1.2 million people use trains. The Swiss railway network is the most densely used system in the world. More than 10,000 trains run every day on a 3,100-kilometer network, and as many as 1,000 trains are in operation at any time. The transportation system is equipped with more than 1,000 kilometers of mountain railways, more than 13,500 kilometers of bus lines and more than 23,000 bus stops.

Facilities in the coach

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