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Travel to Switzerland

Switzerland: Less Carbon Footprint, More Train Tracks

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by Lane Atteridge

November 23, 2018

1 minute read

We impact our environment through our every action, and that is especially true when we travel. Airplanes, ships, busses, they all leave behind a carbon footprint. The key to becoming a conscientious world traveller is minimizing your impact on the environment as you travel far and wide.

Take the train

The Swiss Rail Service is the perfect way to lower your carbon emissions on tour - efficient, clean, and can get you across the Swiss Alps in style and comfort. Cutting down carbon emissions is a major way we can make a positive impact on the environment, and preserve the beautiful landscapes of Switzerland for future generations.

Access the otherwise inaccessible

Switzerland by rail isn't just a great way to lower your carbon footprint, it's also a great way to see the incredible landscapes of Switzerland. Trains take you where roads often can't go, across steep mountain faces and through tunnels. When you look out the window of a Swiss Rail train, you're going to lay your eyes on beautiful vistas of snow-capped peaks, glimmering valleys, and deep forests, all seemingly designed to take your breath away.

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