SBB Children’s and young people’s fare of just CHF 39

Thinking about a family holiday in France?
Stop thinking, start organising! With the SBB JUNIOR and CHILDREN’S CO-TRAVEL discount railcards, kids and teenagers can travel for just CHF 39* – any time and to anywhere!

Little ones travel at low prices

Are you travelling as a family? Are your children aged between 4 and 15? If so, the SBB children’s and young people’s fare is made for you.

That’s right – you can travel to all the French destinations served by our trains from Switzerland without blowing your budget.

Make a date with France, enjoy fun walks, visit exhibitions for young and old, experience the magic of Disneyland © Paris and much more. Can’t wait? Neither can we!

 A single ticket costs just

  • CHF 39* in STANDARD class
  • CHF 49* in STANDARD 1ÈRE

This fare is now available on SBB channels.

💡 Top tip: For an even more enjoyable and comfortable family trip, don’t forget to reserve seats in the Family Square or Club 4 – VIP spaces designed just for you.

Play cards, Trivial Pursuit or whatever other family games you enjoy.

BOOk now!

*Conditions for SBB Children’s and young people’s fare

Price is per journey and per child aged 4 to 15 accompanied by an ‘adult’ (aged 16 or over) travelling on a TGV Lyria ticket (maximum 4 children per accompanying adult). To obtain this fare, children aged from 6 to 15 must hold a JUNIOR or CHILDREN’S CO-TRAVEL discount railcard.  Children aged 4 or 5 do not need a discount card. Fares are available all year round on all TGV Lyria trains for a one-way ticket in STANDARD or STANDARD 1ERE class, departing from Basel SBB, Zurich HB, Vallorbe, Geneva Cornavin or Lausanne to Paris Gare de Lyon, Dijon, Aix-en-Provence, Avignon or Marseille (and vice versa). Fares can be booked on the SBB website, at the ticket office in all stations served in Switzerland, or via the SBB Contact Centre on 0848 44 66 88 (CHF 0.08/min). Fully flexible tickets: exchangeable and refundable up to departure. Subject to variations in prices and exchange rates.