List of Named Passenger Trains of Switzerland
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List of Named Passenger Trains of Switzerland

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, S?, H?, ?S 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

  1. ^ "Swiss Travel System". Swisstravelsystem.ch. Retrieved .
  2. ^ "Swiss Travel System". Swisstravelsystem.ch. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Swiss Travel System". Swisstravelsystem.ch. Retrieved .
  4. ^ "Swiss Travel System". Swisstravelsystem.ch. Retrieved .

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