Chocolate Train

  • Chocolate Train
    Enjoy traveling in a vintage Belle Epoque car.
  • Chocolate Train
    How many roundtrips to heaven do you know?

Add a touch of sweetness to your Swiss holiday

Please note: This train is offered as a one-day, round trip excursion, just reserve your trip one-way and we'll automatically reserve your return trip.

Beautiful scenery and tasty, world-famous chocolate make for an unforgettable experience as you travel on the Swiss Chocolate Train. Your trip begins in Montreux on the Swiss Riviera and then takes you by train to Gruyères, home to the renowned Gruyères cheese.

While there you’ll visit a cheese-making factory and go to Gruyères Castle. Then comes some free time to explore and have a delightful, local lunch on your own before proceeding to Broc. In Broc you’ll visit the Cailler-Nestlé Chocolate Factory where you’ll nosh on delicious and delectable chocolate treats.

Choose to travel in old-fashioned elegance by train in a vintage Pullman “Belle Epoque” carriage or go ultramodern in a sleek panoramic car with over-sized windows. Either way, you’ll enjoy breathtaking views of the vineyards that surround Montreux and medieval Gruyères. You’ll savor both the heavenly chocolate samples at the Nestlé Factory, and the views of Lake Gruyères and the Alps surrounding it.

This daylong excursion runs Monday through Friday during the summer months of July and August. And on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays in June, September and October. Why not book this flavorful, scenic journey now? As always, you can count on a sweet deal from Rail Europe.

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