How much is the train ticket from Turin to Zurich?
How to travel from Italy to Switzerland by train?
- Italy – Switzerland. Trenitalia operates daily services between Italy and Switzerland from Milan to Bellinzona, Geneva, Basel and Zurich from Venice to Geneva. Some of these are night time trains with first and second class sleeping and couchette cars. The trains are air conditioned and ventilated.
What is the name of the train station in Zurich?
- Switzerland’s largest train station, Zürich Hauptbahnhof (or Zürich HB) connects Zurich to most Swiss cities, and is an international hub to major cities throughout Europe. It’s located in Zurich’s central old town near the junction of the city’s two rivers.
How do I get from Milan to Switzerland?
- The Trenitalia route between Milan and Zurich is always direct, while the train between Venice and Geneva will stop in Milan or another smaller city. If you stop in Milan you will be required to change trains. Trenitalia's high-speed Alta Velocità (AV) trains leave Milan or Zurich every two hours — averaging nine trains per day.
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