Travelling by train, bus and boat in Switzerland

Switzerland possesses not only the densest public transport network in the world but also one of the most popular ones. Some 29,000 kilometres of rail, road and waterway cover the country like a finely woven network. Comfortable and punctual connections promise a hassle-free onward journey – from any airport or border station or from neighbouring countries. Connections are always assured: Even as high up as 3,800 metres a.s.l., public transport services are coordinated to perfection. The Swiss Travel System offers travellers from abroad the possibility to discover excursion destinations, mountains, lakes and more than 500 museums with one single ticket: the Swiss Travel Pass. Holders of this ticket can explore Switzerland on 3, 4, 6, 8 or 15 days.

Children from the age of 6 up to their 16th birthday accompanied by at least one parent holding a valid Swiss Travel System ticket travel free of charge with the complimentary Swiss Family Card.

The Swiss Travel Pass and detailed advice are available at the tourist information office in Lucerne.


Location and contact

Luzern Tourismus AG
Tourist Information
Zentralstrasse 5
6002 Luzern
+41 (0)41 227 17 17