Travel to Bern
Due to the geographic position in Central Europe and a worldwide famous public transport system, travelling to Bern can be done ecologically friendly by train for a large number of participants.
Booking a supersaver offer «Sparschiene» as early as possible will reduce travel costs significantly. Night train services are already operating from Berlin, Vienna, Zagreb, Budapest, Ljubljana, Amsterdam, Rome, Hamburg, and Prague.
If you are booking excursions or extending your stay in Switzerland, it might be worth buying a Swiss Travel Pass. This ticket gives you unlimited travel by train, bus and boat, as well as many other advantages within Switzerland.
We advise you to check also supersaver offers by the train lines of the neighbouring countries:
We will kindly remind you that you have no internet on SBB trains. However, DB and ÖBB operating Swiss destinations offer free WiFi.
For those coming from far away, direct flight connections to Zurich and Geneva airport are available from nearly all over the world. In addition, EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse offers low cost flights (EasyJet, Ryanair) from numerous European destinations. Bern can be reached by train directly from Zurich and Geneva airport, and via local bus and train from EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse.