What is SBB CH?

Swiss Federal Railways (SBB)

What is SBB CH?

Swiss Federal Railways (SBB)

What is the best way to buy train tickets in Switzerland?

Swiss train tickets are easy to buy in stations or online through the Swiss Federal Railway’s site. (If you do buy them online, be aware that the “from” fares displayed on the first screen of the ticket shop are the prices you can get if you have a Half-Fare Card.

Are Swiss train tickets cheaper online?

5. Re: Swiss Train Ticket- Cheaper To Buy Online? Hi again, Yes, you will get 50% off on the fares for the mountain trains.

How do I buy a train ticket in Zurich?

Tickets are sold on vending machines (switch them to English on the first screen) and at the counters in the main hall at Zurich main railway station – clerks usually speak English. For longer distances tickets are valid for a trip on any train throughout the day. You can purchase single and return tickets.

Is Swiss rail profitable?

In 2018, Swiss Rail made a profit of CHF 568 million, 42.5% more than in 2017. Part of the rise was due to higher than average spending on maintenance in 2017.

What time do trains stop in Switzerland?

Generally, public transport in Switzerland roughly starts around 5 o’lcok and ends after midnight. On weekends you might find additional night services running (with additional costs).

What happens if you miss a train in Switzerland?

Here’s the good news: You’re never short of connections in Switzerland. As long as you haven’t missed the last night-time connection, you can simply get on the next train. In most cases, there will be another connection available within 30 minutes.

Are trams in Zurich free?

All public transport in Zurich is free with a Swiss Travel Pass and several other rail passes. Alternatively, you can purchase a Zurich Card that allows free public transport throughout the city as well.

How much is a day pass in Zurich?

A day pass, good for 24 hours of travel, costs CHF 5.20 (CHF 4.40 reduced) for one zone, and a six-day pass costs CHF 25.60 (CHF 22.40 reduced) for one zone. You can also purchase a multi-journey pass, good for six journeys. These cost between CHF 12.80 and CHF 15.60 (CHF 11.20 – CHF 13.20 reduced).

How fast do SBB trains go?

Travelling at speeds of 200km/h (124mph), trains have now been traversing the longest tunnel in the world under the Alps for a year.