Groups & MICE

Thanks to the Swiss Travel System, meetings and incentives start as soon as your guests arrive in Switzerland. Trains, buses and boats are ready to take guests straight from the airport to their meeting destination.

The Swiss public transport network is the densest in the world and therefore offers the best conditions for optimal congress logistics. Move around without losing valuable work time or use the time on board to pamper your guests with culinary delights and scenic views.

Group reservations (10 or more persons) for trains without surcharge as well as buses and boats belonging to the Swiss public transport network can be made free of charge via SBB Rail Service: [email protected]

Group reservations for trains subject to surcharge such as Glacier Express, Bernina Express and Gotthard Panorama Express do not fall under this provision. Such reservations have to be made directly with the respective carrier. Go to premium panoramic trains

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Switzerland is not only a popular holiday destination, but also an impeccable place for congress organizers from all over the world. The Swiss public transport network offers mobility solutions for every taste.

In MICE business, coordinating travel for a large group of people can oftentimes be a hassle, but it doesn’t have to be if you plan wisely. Whether you have to organize a business meeting, an incentive trip, an industry congress, or specialized event: With the Swiss Travel System, meetings and incentives start as soon as your guests arrive.

The perfectly coordinated public transport system brings guests from abroad from the Swiss airport or border station directly to the congress destination. We are happy to provide you with detailed information about mobility solutions during your stay in Switzerland: [email protected].

For general information about MICE in Switzerland, visit

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Chartered Carriages and Trains

Red Arrow “Churchill”
This legendary train was specially designed to mark the occasion of the Swiss National Exposition in 1939. It owes its nickname to the former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (1874-1965), who travelled across Switzerland on this train during his visit in 1946.

Even today, passengers can use it on individually selectable routes – just like the famous politician did – while enjoying culinary highlights or a relaxing Aperitif.

The Red Arrow “Churchill” train can accommodate 110 guests and is fitted with:

  • 27 tables for four and 1 table for three
  • On-board kitchen and a large bar
  • Air conditioning
  • Technical installations: loudspeaker system, CD player, microphone

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Passengers who want to use the travel time between the airport/border station and their destination for a first meeting travel in style in the charter coach “Salon suisse” – a conference room on wheels.

This coach is bookable in individual configurations specifically tailored to the client’s needs, e.g. with seating around a conference table, at tables of four, or in comfortable seats.

You will enjoy:

  • Two roomy saloon carriages
  • Air conditioning
  • Armchairs, sofas, side tables, and chairs
  • Customized interior designs
  • Custom lighting
  • Audio and video system
  • Projectors and screens
  • Wireless handheld microphone, table microphones and headset
  • Flip chart on request

For meetings requiring a truly extraordinary ambiance, the “Salon suisse” can be integrated into a charter train including a dining car.

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Sitting carriages are the sustainable mobility solution for up to 1’000 passengers. During the ride, a meeting can be held, work can be done calmly or the journey simply enjoyed in a relaxed manner: completely according to your personal preference.

The sitting coaches in 1st class deserve special mention. Apart from excellent comfort, they offer perfect working conditions while travelling. The stage is set for a productive and at the same time scenic journey. Sitting coaches can be added to the train as extra coaches, combined with other coaches or deployed as a special train.

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