Location
  • Zürich HB
  • Bahnhofpl.
  • 8001 Zürich
  • Schweiz
Additional info
  • Free
  • Special needs
Description

The middle part of the upper deck of these coaches features a playground area decorated with imaginative jungle motifs where your little ones are free to play to their hearts' content.

 

A number of tables next to the upstairs playground area are fitted with the exciting board games "Jungle Hunt" and "The Snake Game".

 

InterCity trains with family coaches are marked in the timetable with FA. 

 

They operate on the following routes:

 

St. Gallen-Zurich HB-Bern-Geneva Airport

Romanshorn-Zurich HB-Bern-Brig

Basel SBB-Bern-Brig

Basel SBB-Bern-Interlaken Ost

Basel SBB-Zurich HB-Chur

 

 

The family zone – more room for pushchairs.

 

SBB trains have introduced family zones in 2nd class on single-deck InterCity and InterCity tilting trains for a more comfortable experience for passengers with pushchairs

 

These zones provide space for pushchairs and families to relax knowing that a higher level of noise will be tolerated than in other parts of the train.

 

You and your children can play the exciting board games “Jungle Hunt” and “The Snake Game” at the game tables specially provided on board.

 

The family zone is always located in the driving trailer found at the very front or rear of the train or unit.

 

In InterCity tilting trains, carriage no. 7 (driving trailer) has plenty of room for your pushchair. The width of the door leading from the vestibule to the coach interior is 71 cm. 

 

In Single-deck InterCity tilting trains, the driving trailer has plenty of room for your pushchair. The width of the door leading from the vestibule to the coach interior is 80 cm. 

 

In Double-decker InterCity trains the upper deck of the driving trailer has plenty of room for your pushchair. The width of the door leading from the vestibule to the coach interior: 71 cm.

 

Space for pushchairs is available on all services of SBB

 

Prices

 

Children under 6 years of age accompanied by an adult travel free of charge. 

 

The accompanying individual must be at least 12 years old and hold a valid ticket, and can accompany up to 4 children free of charge.  

 

An individual of 16 years of age can a accompany up to 8 children free of charge, and for each additional child, half-price tickets must be purchased.  

 

Children between 6 and 16 years of age, and children under 6 years of age traveling alone must purchase a half-price ticket or minimum fare.  

 

The 1-day travel pass for children between 6 and 16 years old is CHF 16 for the whole day in 2nd class, and CHF 32 for 1st class, when accompanied by an adult.  

 

The Junior travelcard for children between 6 and 16 old makes it possible to travel on public transport for a whole year, accompanied by a prent with a valid ticket, for CHF 30.  

 

The GA Travelcard for children 

 

Prices / Year:

1st class           CHF 2760

2nd class          CHF 1645

 

Prices / Month

1st class           CHF 250

2nd class          CHF 160

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