Switzerland’s premium panorama trains are world
famous, captivating passengers with their large
panoramic windows with views of breath-taking

Glacier Express

Glacier Express Route Map

The slowest express train in the world

To travel by the Glacier Express is pure seduction of the senses. Acclaimed for its many scenic splendours and excellence of engineering, this remarkable train route links the Alpine resorts of Zermatt and St. Moritz. Diving through 91 tunnels and traversing 291 bridges: Some eight hours on the crimson-and-white adventure train will take passengers across the Alpine chain. The Glacier Express with its roof-high panoramic windows opens unparalleled views of magnificent landscapes. The impressive Matterhorn, the 2,033-metres high Oberalp Pass or the 400-metre deep Rhine Gorge are just a few of the many highlights of this route.

Lucerne – Interlaken Express

Lucern Interlaken Express

Luzern–Interlaken Express

The journey is its own reward: the ride on the Luzern–Interlaken Express connects two world-famous destinations and draws to its close more quickly than one would like – thanks to mountain panorama, turquoise lakes and countless waterfalls that adorn the scenery.

Gotthard Panorama Express


Your personal panoramic journey by boat and train

When the journey turns into a great experience – history comes alive on the Gotthard Panorama Express: a unique combination of boat cruise and train ride on the route between Central Switzerland and the Canton of Ticino. The Gotthard Panorama Express presents Switzerland from its most diverse side: surrounded by a genuinely impressive mountain panorama, a boat cruise first takes visitors through what is deemed the truly original part of Switzerland. At Flüelen, the specially branded SBB train and a personal, multilingual travel guide are already waiting for the travellers. The journey continues through the mighty Reuss Valley in the Canton of Uri and along the wold-famous Gotthard panorama route. On the train ride through the impressive Reuss Valley of Canton Uri towards Mediterranean-style Ticino, travellers hear fascinating tales that have grown around Gotthard and receive a wealth of background information about this unique region.

Bernina Express


From snow-capped peaks to palm-tree paradise

The Bernina Express is the most spectacular of all Alpine crossings. It seamlessly connects the cool north with the warm sunny south, effortlessly overcoming the steepest gradients. This is one of the most beautiful rail trips in the world. Crossing the Alps in the Bernina Express is an unforgettable experience. From Chur, Switzerland’s oldest town, the train passes through the dark Schinschlucht (Schin Canyon) and over the roughly 90-metre-high Solis Viaduct into the wild and romantic Albula Valley. Near Filisur, the train glides over the 65-metre-high Landwasser Viaduct – Hollywood-style.

Goldenpass Panoramic


Here’s where the panoramic window is your movie screen

During the journey on the GoldenPass Panoramic the tradition-rich Bernese Oberland merges with the Mediterranean atmosphere of the French-speaking part of Switzerland. High panoramic windows allow travellers to immerse themselves in the diverse scenery – year-round. The GoldenPass Panoramic really lives up to its name: It leisurely moves from Zweisimmen in the Bernese Oberland towards Montreux, the fashionable city at the shores of Lake Geneva. Passing magnificent castles as well as peacefully grazing cattle en route, it finally crosses the German-French language border. On the last leg, it winds down the hill – and with the arrival at Montreux visitors become engrossed in the Mediterranean flair of the region.

Chocolate Train

Chocolate Train Route Map

Chocolate train

Seeing, smelling and tasting characteristic Swiss landscapes and traditions aboard the Chocolate train of the Montreux-Oberland Bernois Railway. The journey starts from Montreux towards the Gruyère region in the 1st or 2nd class of the Belle-Epoque coaches. Travellers visit the chocolate factory and explore the old town of Gruyères.