Switzerland Rail Packages

Train travelling through Berner Oberland in Switzerland.



[See below for a bonus Holidays to Switzerland discount]

Planning to explore Switzerland by train?

The easiest way to plan your tour of Switzerland by train is to book a Grand Train Tour or Scenic Rail Journey tour package of Switzerland. There are more than 20 different packages available, with suggested itineraries ranging from 3 days / 2 nights up to 9 days / 8 nights.

Every package is designed for the independent traveller and can be customised to suit your requirements, so if you want to stay longer in a particular destination, or travel in the reverse direction, you can.

If you want to add in a mountain excursion or upgrade or downgrade the suggested accommodation, that’s possible, too.  Seat reservations are included on the premium panoramic trains, and on some of the packages, luggage transport can be arranged as well.

These holiday packages for Switzerland are fantastic if you don’t have the time or the inclination to research, plan and book your trip.  All your trip arrangements are made on your behalf, and everything can be paid for in one simple transaction, so it’s super easy.

There are Switzerland train tour packages to suit every type of traveller, whether you are travelling alone, as a couple or with friends. There are even Switzerland tour packages for family groups.

Don’t forget to add the code HTSWISS when booking to receive 5% discount.
(Full details below.)

These Swiss train vacation packages include:

  • All rail travel within Switzerland for your chosen itinerary in your choice of 1st or 2nd class
  • Accommodation with breakfast at each destination
  • Seat reservations on premium panoramic trains

Optional add-ons include:

  • Mountain excursions / major attractions in some destinations
  • Luggage transport on some itineraries
  • FLEXI OPTION insurance

Click each image below to learn more about the different Switzerland rail packages that are available.


Switzerland Travel Centre is a subsidiary of Switzerland Tourism and Swiss Railways SBB, the Swiss Hotel Association and various Swiss regional railway companies. They have offices in Zurich, London, Stuttgart and Hong Kong.

The company’s strength lies in arranging Swiss rail tour packages with accommodation and they work with over 2,000 Swiss hotels and all the major railway and mountain railway companies.

Switzerland Travel Centre is a member of the Swiss Federation of Travel Agencies and a PCI DSS certified company, providing peace of mind for travellers.

To find out more about the scenic rail packages available, and to make your booking, click here.
Don’t forget to add the code HTSWISS to the Promo Box when booking to save 5%.


Holidays to Switzerland readers can benefit from a 5% discount when they book one of Switzerland Travel Centre’s Scenic Rail Journeys, which includes the Grand Train Tour of Switzerland packages. Simply quote the code HTSWISS in the Promo Code box when making your booking to qualify for the discount. 

Image showing where to enter promo code HTSWISS to qualify for 5% discount on Switzerland rail packages.
Enter the code HTSWISS in the Promo Code box as shown in the above example to qualify for the discount.

🇨🇭 You can watch a video which shows you the steps to booking a rail package online here.

Important Information

  • The code HTSWISS must be added during the booking process in order to qualify for the discount. It cannot be added on completion of the booking.
  • 5% discount will apply to the total package price.
  • Cancellation fees may apply – please refer to the cancellation policy information on the package holiday page.
  • FLEX OPTION insurance is available for CHF 49 per person.

Ready to book one of these Switzerland train tour packages? Click here to get started.
Don’t forget to add the code HTSWISS in the Promo Box when booking to get 5% discount.

Disclosure: Should you make a booking with Switzerland Travel Centre using the code above, Holidays to Switzerland may earn a referral fee.

All images courtesy of Swiss Travel System.