Head for the snow on an overnight train


Let City Night Line take you to the skiing regions of Switzerland and Austria

In the 2013/2014 winter season, City Night Line will run to the most beautiful skiing regions in Switzerland and Austria every Friday from mid-December 2013 till the end of March 2014. The perfect destinations to enjoy downhill slopes, cross-country trails, toboggan runs and fresh Alpine air.

Travelling by rail to these destinations is the relaxing and comfortable option for winter sports fans. Avoid traffic congestion on the roads and driving in poor winter conditions. And best of all, skis, snowboards and toboggans are all carried free of charge on
City Night Line trains. Simply board the train in the evening and wake up rested and relaxed at your skiing destination the next morning.

Corvatsch, Switzerland Tourism

Extend winter in Switzerland:
Alpine winter tourism plays a central role in the mountains of Graubünden. Hardly surprising, considering the 1000 peaks and more than 2200 kilometres of slopes and trails in the region.

The Alpine city of Chur offers a combination of urban love of life and magical alpine scenery. You can ski and snowboard right there on Chur’s very own Brambrüesch mountain. Skiing here means around 30 km of slopes with no artificial snow. But even without the help of snow cannons, Brambrüesch always has reliable snow levels. Innovations and a huge range of leisure activities are available in nearby holiday resorts such as St. Moritz, Davos, Laax and Lenzerheide. If you prefer not to ski, why not take the kids to the igloo village at Stels in Prättigau for the weekend or relax at the hot springs and spas of Tamina Therme in Bad Ragaz.

More about Graubünden.

Extend winter in Austria:
Stubai Valley, Lech Valley Alps, Zillertal Arena or Kaisergebirge: these and many more skiing areas in Tyrol offer excellent winter sports amenities which are constantly monitored as part of a quality control scheme. It is no coincidence that Tyrol is known as the “Heart of the Alps”: after a day spent in the snow, you can party the nights away in Kitzbühel, Ischgl, Sölden or St. Anton.

Cross-country skiing enthusiasts will particularly appreciate the Olympic region of Seefeld, which is good enough to satisfy even the professionals. The wide range of excellent accommodation ensures you can enjoy a good night’s sleep, whether in a 5-star spa hotel or inexpensive guest-house. Visit www.austria.info to find lots of bargain packages which include accommodation, ski pass and wellness.

More about Tyrol.

Destination Departure Station Number of train Via
Switzerland
Chur in Graubünden via Zurich, Landquart
Amsterdam CNL 40419 Utrecht, Duisburg, Dusseldorf, Cologne, Bonn
Switzerland
Chur in Graubünden via Zurich, Landquart
Hamburg CNL 479 Hanover, Göttingen
Austria
Innsbruck im Tirol via Kufstein, Wörgl, Jenbach
Amsterdam CNL 419 Utrecht, Duisburg, Dusseldorf, Cologne, Bonn
Austria
Innsbruck im Tirol via Kufstein, Wörgl, Jenbach
Paris CNL 40451 -