The journey starts out in Montreux by Lake Geneva and the first stop is the medieval town of Gruyères, yes that's where the cheese comes from! Whilst in Gruyères you'll have time to check out the local attractions including the famous cheese factory and the local castle. After a relaxed lunch you jump back on the train and head to the final stop for the day, Broc. From here you'll take a short bus trip to the Cailler-Nestlé chocolate factory where you can enjoy fantastic free samples and wonderful views of the mountains and lakes.
When does the Chocolate Train run?
The Chocolate Train runs every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from May to October and every day in July and August.
How do I book tickets for the chocolate train?
Reservations are compulsory and can be made at Montreux train station or at your travel agency.
What's included in the package price?
- coffee and croissant on the train
- bus transfers
- entry to the cheese dairy and the chocolate factory
How much does it cost?
Ticket and reservation 99.00 CHF (81.30 Euro)
Half-Fare Card 69.00 CHF (56.68 Euro)
SwissPass or GA 1st class 49.00 CHF (40.24 Euro)
SwissPass or GA 2nd class 59.00 CHF (48.47 Euro)
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