Jungfrau Railways and Gornergrat Railway introduce seasonally adjusted prices.

Starting 2018, Jungfrau Railways as well as Gornergrat Railway differentiate between three seasonal price levels: Depending on the time of year, high season, shoulder season or low season rates apply for the ride up Jungfraujoch, Harder Kulm and Gornergrat. Flexible pricing is intended to help distribute the demand over the course of the whole year and thus steer passenger flow.

Prices for the respective mountain railways according to the new pricing system can be found under:

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In spring 2018, the third edition of the popular myTravel Stamp Booklet will be released. Again, the stamp collection booklet contains interesting information and attractive benefits around the Grand Train Tour of Switzerland.

With the purchase of a Swiss Travel Pass in a market abroad or in Switzerland, tourists receive a free copy of the Grand Train Tour of Switzerland myTravel Stamp Booklet.

Along the most beautiful train journey in Switzerland, passengers can collect nine individual and unique stamps: in Zurich, Schaffhausen, St. Gallen, Lucerne, Interlaken, Montreux, Zermatt, St. Moritz and Lugano. The booklet also supplies the traveller with information around the Grand Train Tour of Switzerland.

Additionally, each holder of a myTravel Stamp Booklet may participate in a competition and thereby stands a chance of winning a fantastic main prize: a complete Swiss travel package at a total value of CHF 8,200.

Another great benefit is gained from a number of integrated coupons offering attractive discounts at many destinations and mountain railways and adding a total value of CHF 200. In 2018, the coupons are available in digital format for the first time via the Swiss Travel Guide app. Swiss Travel System AG will launch this app in mid-April.

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The great variety of offers for international arrivals by rail has been expanded again in 2018. Up to three countries can now be traversed on one and the same train. A guarantee for comfortable travel without changing trains.

Swiss cities have much to offer: tradition, culture, gastronomy and delightful locations at lake shores and riversides. Those who wish to explore the charms of Swiss cities are well advised to decide on convenient arrival by train. The wide range of offers for travelling to Switzerland by rail is continually being expanded.

As of 2018, the following new direct connections have been established:

  • Venice to Zurich. The train runs via Milano and requires no change of trains. The service on this route is now offered daily.
  • Milano to Frankfurt on the Main: This new railway offer is a tri-national connection and is serviced by an ETR610 high velocity train called Johann Wolfgang Goethe. The train runs once daily between Milano and Frankfurt on the Main and traverses Switzerland via Lugano, Lucerne and Basel.

More connections for arrival from Germany, France, Italy and Austria can be found here.

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