List of named passenger trains of Switzerland

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This is a list of named passenger trains in Switzerland.

Train Name Railroad Train Endpoints Operated
AB-Klassiker AB AppenzellWasserauen present
Aqualino[1] RhB Scuol-TaraspChurDisentis/Muster present
Bernina Express RhB ChurSt. MoritzTirano present
CNL Apus CNL Amsterdam (Centraal) – BellinzonaMilan (Central) present
CNL Aurora CNL Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) – Copenhagen (Central) present
CNL Berliner CNL Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) – Berlin (Hauptbahnhof) present
CNL Canopus CNL Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) – Prague (Central) present
CNL Komet CNL Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) – Hamburg (Hauptbahnhof) present
CNL Orion CNL BaselDresden (Hauptbahnhof) – Prague (Main) present
CNL Pegasus CNL Amsterdam (Centraal) – Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) – Brig present
CNL Semper CNL Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) – Dresden (Hauptbahnhof) present
EC Borromeo Cisalpino BaselBern (Main) – Milan (Central) present
EC Canaletto Cisalpino Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) – Venice (Santa Lucia) present
EC Cinque Terre Cisalpino Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) – La Spezia present
EC Iris SNCB, CFL, SNCF, SBB-CFF-FFS Brussels (Midi/Zuid) – StrasbourgChur present
EC Jean Monet SNCB, CFL, SNCF Brussels (Midi/Zuid) – StrasbourgBasel present
EC Kaiserin Elisabeth SBB-CFF-FFS, ÖBB Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) – Salzburg present
EC Lemano Cisalpino GenevaMilan (Central) present
EC Maria Theresia SBB-CFF-FFS, ÖBB Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) – Vienna (Westbahnhof) present
EC Monte Rosa Cisalpino GenevaMilan (Central) present
EC Ticino SBB-CFF-FFS, FS/Trenitalia, Cisalpino BaselLucerneMilan (Central) 1993–2008
EC Transalpin SBB-CFF-FFS, ÖBB BaselVienna (Westbahnhof) 1958–2010
EC Vall D’Ossola Cisalpino BaselBern (Main) – Milan (Central) present
EC Vallese Cisalpino GenevaMilan (Central) present
EC Vauban SNCB, CFL, SNCF, SBB-CFF-FFS Brussels (Midi/Zuid) – StrasbourgBrig present
EC Verbano Cisalpino BaselBern (Main) – Milan (Central) present
EN Roma SBB-CFF-FFS, Trenitalia Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) – Venice (Santa Lucia)
Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) – Rome (Termini)
present
EN Wiener Walzer SBB-CFF-FFS, ÖBB, MÁV Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) – Prague (Main)
Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) – Vienna (Westbahnhof) – Budapest (Keleti)
present
EN Zürichsee SBB-CFF-FFS, ÖBB, , , ŽS Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) – Ljubljana (Main) – ZagrebBeograd present
Engadin Star[2] RhB LandquartSt. Moritz present
Glacier Express MGB, RhB ZermattSt. Moritz present
Glarner Sprinter SBB-CFF-FFS Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) – Linthal 2004-2014
GoldenPass Line Zentralbahn, BLS, MOB LucerneInterlakenZweisimmenMontreux present
Heidi Express (currently the Bernina Express) RhB ChurSt. MoritzTirano present
IC Brianza Cisalpino BellinzonaMilan (Central) present
IC Insubria SBB-CFF-FFS, Trenitalia Stuttgart (Hauptbahnhof) – Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) – Milan (Central) present
IC Mediolanum SBB-CFF-FFS, Trenitalia BaselLucerneMilan (Central) present
IC Monte Ceneri Cisalpino Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) – Milan (Central) present
IC Riviera dei Fiori Cisalpino BaselLucerneGenovaNice present
IC Teodolina Cisalpino Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) – Milan (Central) present
IC Tiziano SBB-CFF-FFS, Trenitalia BaselLucerneMilan (Central) present
IC Verdi SBB-CFF-FFS, Trenitalia BaselLucerneMilan (Central) present
RE Lötschberg[3] BLS SpiezKandersteg – Goppenstein (Lötschental) – Brig present
Rheingold BaselHook of Holland 1934 – 1987
Rheintal Express SBB-CFF-FFS St. GallenChur present
TEE Gottardo SBB-CFF-FFS, FS ZurichMilan (Central) 1961–1988
TEE Ticino SBB-CFF-FFS ZurichMilan (Central) 1961–1974
Train des Vignes SBB-CFF-FFS VeveyPuidoux-Chexbres present
Train du Chocolat[4] TPF MontreuxGruyèresBroc present
Trenhotel Pau Casals Elipsos Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) – Barcelona (Estació de França) present
Trenino della neve RhB St. MoritzTirano present
Train Fondue TPF (Montreux) – MontbovonBulle present
Voralpen Express Südostbahn, SBB-CFF-FFS LucerneRomanshorn present

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Swiss Travel System". Swisstravelsystem.ch. Retrieved 2010-05-02. 
  2. ^ "Swiss Travel System". Swisstravelsystem.ch. Retrieved 2010-05-02. 
  3. ^ "Swiss Travel System". Swisstravelsystem.ch. Retrieved 2010-05-02. 
  4. ^ "Swiss Travel System". Swisstravelsystem.ch. Retrieved 2010-05-02.