Is it worth it to up­grade to Busi­ness or First Class trains?

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For shorter leisure trips you will be per­fectly happy in the com­fort­able and af­ford­able coach fare class cars. SBB trains are all very clean and re­lax­ing. For busi­ness trav­el­ers, or those who are tak­ing a longer route, Biz Zone seats on In­ter­city trains of­fer spe­cial in­cen­tives to up­grade like workspaces with ta­bles, out­lets for lap­tops/phones and read­ing lamps. They also have cloak­room and lug­gage stor­age ar­eas. Cer­tain sec­tions in 1st class are marked Quiet Zones, where pa­trons are dis­cour­aged from con­duct­ing con­ver­sa­tions, mak­ing phone calls and lis­ten­ing to mu­sic, even with head­phones.

Swiss Travel Sys­tem: www.swis­strav­el­sys­ Rail Europe: www.raileu­

Re­gard­less of the route you take or your rea­sons for travel, SBB will take you there and back with hos­pi­tal­ity and re­li­a­bil­ity. Eco-friendly travel has never felt so good! The one route still on my bucket list is The Bern­ina Ex­press, which re­port­edly has the most spec­tac­u­lar Alpine cross­ing with 55 tun­nels, 196 bridges and stun­ning in­clines. Start plan­ning your own get­away in Switzer­land with the Swiss Travel Sys­tem or Rail Europe, and ex­plore all of the many op­por­tu­ni­ties when vis­it­ing this lovely coun­try. Here, trav­el­ing by train is much more than sim­ply a way to get be­tween your des­ti­na­tions, as it is truly an en­joy­able part of ev­ery jour­ney!

Eco-friendly travel has never felt so good!

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