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Travel to Zürich from €39

Travel in coaches, couchettes or sleeping cars at reduced rates!

Breakfast will be served to passengers travelling in a sleeping car or couchette. Breakfast is included in ticket price.

Non-alcoholic, alcoholic, hot drinks, chocolate bars and snacks will be served throughout your journey.


Timetable and fares

  • EN 414 Zagreb GK 6:37pm – Zürich HB 9:20am
  • EN 465/415/40465 Zürich HB 8:40pm – Zagreb GK 10:43am

Coach from €39*

Couchette from €59*

Sleeping car from €79*

*limited number of seats

 

Zürich is the largest city in Switzerland and the capital of the canton of Zürich. According to a survey conducted in 2006, Zürich is considered a city with the highest quality of life in the world.

It is located on the banks of Lake Zürich and Limmat River. One of the most amazing experiences is certainly a walk along the shores of Lake Zürich. If you just walk straightforward from Zürich Hauptbahnof along Bahnhofstrasse, you will arrive at Bürkliplatz, where you can enjoy a view from the great green terrace above the lake. Watchmaking, like cheese and chocolate, is synonymous with Switzerland. No wonder a decorative Flower Clock is situated precisely in the city of Zürich. With its 1,200 fountains, Zürich is one of the cities with the most fountains in the world.

Numerous church towers dominate the skyline: the twin towers of the Grossmünster and St. Peter´s Church, which is nearby. St. Peter´s Church boasts the largest clock face in Europe (8.64m).

Zürich is home to numerous museums: the Museum of Fine Arts (Kunsthaus Zürich) is one of them. Don´t miss out on the Swiss National Museum! The museum building looks like a fairy-tale castle with many small and big towers reaching up into the sky. Zürich is a great place for shopping. Some of the department stores to add to your must-visit itinerary are: Jelmoli, Globus and Grieder and ShopViile in Zürich Main Station. Bahnhofstrasse is well known around the globe as one of the most exclusive and expensive shopping streets in the world.

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