The perfect companion for the most beautiful railway lines of Switzerland: the unforgettable touring experience now has its own app – it’s simply a question of choosing one’s dream routing and discovering all must-sees. As a playful add-on, stamps and awards can be collected and users benefit from great offers.
All must-sees along the Grand Train Tour of Switzerland
On the Grand Train Tour of Switzerland, panoramic trains lead to charming Swiss cities and Alpine hotspots, through UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and past world-famous sights and landmarks. All must-sees and excursion tips along this first-class train journey at a glance: the Grand Train Tour of Switzerland offers this and much more besides.
Push notifications for upcoming sights and landmarks
Whether from north to south or from east to west, from glaciers to lakes or from mountains to cities – with push notifications, the app makes sure that the traveller doesn’t miss any highlights along each respective stage of the tour.
Playful collecting and sharing of stamps and awards
Playful fun is also part and parcel of the app: travellers can collect stamps and awards and share them with their friends via Social Media. Those who are diligent and have collected a certain number of awards can even become “Master of Grand Train Tour of Switzerland”. A small surprise awaits the “Masters” at the end of the journey… that sort of commitment has to be rewarded after all!
Gifts and discounts with digital coupons
Thanks to integrated digital coupons, travellers also benefit from attractive discounts, exclusive gifts and great offers.
Fun facts along the route
To cap off the perfect travel experience, the app has in store many exciting excursion tips for the different destinations as well as fascinating fun facts along the route.
“Been there” function
With the integrated “Been there” function, the visited sites can be marked. Hence, the individual travel route can be easily traced back.
The Grand Train Tour of Switzerland App is available for free download in 7 languages (German, English, Chinese traditional, Chinese simplified, Japanese, Korean and Thai).