Register for SBB TrainRallye 2021 now.

Through Switzerland with top international trains on 4 or 10 November 2021.

Discover the TGV, the Giruno and the ICE up close: during SBB TrainRallye, you spend a day with us on the move finding out interesting facts and gaining thrilling insights into top international trains and their exclusive services.

Want to join us? Then register for one of the two dates by 30 September 2021. If you are already very familiar with these trains, then feel free to forward the invitation to a colleague.

There is a limited number of participants. We can only consider one registration per agency. Thank you for your understanding.

The programme.

We have put together a programme full of variety for this year’s TrainRallye. 

You will pay a visit to top international trains with us and get a chance to familiarise yourself with the characteristics and different departments on a walk through the train. We will also visit the night train depot in Zürich Herdern accompanied by experts, giving you exclusive insights into the various night trains. 

What’s more, you can expect a visit to the SBB Transport Police and a tour of Zurich main station, the largest station in Switzerland.

And at the end of the day, you can look forward to a delicious aperitif and a raffle with excellent prizes – you may be in for a surprise!

Details of the programme are to follow at a later date upon confirmation of your registration. 

The programme is subject to change at any time. Subject to TrainRallye going ahead. 

What you need to bring.

  • Covid certificate (mandatory for SBB events)
  • Face mask
  • Smartphone

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