After having been under reconstruction, the cable car from "Kräbel" to "Rigi Scheidegg" reopens on December 23.
The Swiss Travel System Sales Manual is available as of now. It provides answers to all trade-relevant questions around the Swiss Travel System.
The funicular in Central Switzerland beats the world record: The new Stoos Railway with a gradient of 110‰ is the steepest in the world – not to mention 100% included in the...
Between 2018 and 2022, important adjustments in the infrastructure and rolling stock of the Montreux-Berner Oberland-Bahn (MOB) are carried out.
In wintertime, the Grand Train Tour of Switzerland can be perfectly combined with a Christmas market visit. Many markets are located right inside or at the various train...
The new STS map 2018 will be available for worldwide distribution as of mid-November.
Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) have just uploaded the new public transport timetable on their channels.
Group luggage service for tour operators will be continued during the oncoming year.
STS AG has created a number of videos revolving around this topic.
The synoptic map 2018, detailing the most recent STS area of validity, is now available.
It has already snowed in Switzerland! High time to plunge into a beautiful winter wonderland...
Winter turns Switzerland into a glistening, snowy paradise. Whoever wants to experience the country in its full winter splendour does well to travel by train, bus, boat or...
The new highlight at Grindelwald First has visitors soaring through the air like birds of prey: board, buckle up – and go!
The Harder Kulm (1’322 m a.s.l.) enjoys ever increasing visitor numbers, which was among the reasons to add an annexe to the existing historic mountain restaurant. In the...
Unmatched 360° panoramic view over more than 200 mountain peaks: The Schilthorn of the Jungfraujoch region offers pure mountain magic.
The current Swiss Travel System product range remains unchanged for the next year.
Having opened its doors in February 2016, the FIFA Museum has already delighted soccer fans from 140 countries.
Three more Zermatt mountain excursions are now available via RailTicketing.
On 31 May 1992 the first train ran from St. Gallen to Lucerne under its own name: the Voralpen-Express (Pre-Alpine Express).
Underwater views and footbaths – starting 25 May 2017, these are just two of the features that guests will enjoy aboard the new and luxurious motor vessel «MS Diamant» of the...
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