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Rue de L'Envol 19, Sion, Valais, 1950, Switzerland
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What trains from Sion to Venice

by egrgdjg

I am on the Euro rail website and I can't get the time of the trains from Sion to Venice. I know you have to break down your trip to get it, but I am struggling.

If anyone knows what routes or the break downs, please let me know!


RE: What trains from Sion to Venice

by erabler

Use instead.

RE: What trains from Sion to Venice

by Tripack


The best is to take the Cisalpino CIS number 37:
departue from Sion 10:17, arrival Venice 15:38.

All details on or

Sion - Venezia S.L.
CIS 37

arr. dép.
10:17 Sion
10:46 10:48 Brig
11:18 11:20 Domodossola
11:41 11:42 Stresa
12:35 12:55 Milano C.le
13:43 13:45 Brescia
14:04 14:05 Peschiera d/G.
14:20 14:22 Verona P.N.
14:50 14:52 Vicenza
15:06 15:08 Padova
15:26 15:28 Venezia M.
15:38 Venezia S.L.

Greetings from the Swiss Alps

RE: What trains from Sion to Venice

by altamiro

I don't know who set ou tis story about "breaking down the trip" and then using the (Raileurope?) website - all the info you need is on the sites of the Swiss railways SBB ( or Italian rail, Trenitalia (

Travel Tips for Sion

Sion en lumière


One of the highlights of our time in Sion was a visit of the sound and light show "Sion en lumière".

It is a free of charge event which in summer takes place every day at 22:15 h. A schedule for the rest of the year is available at the tourist information office.

At the starting time, people gather on the left side of the Town Hall (Hôtel de Ville), where blue light points guide a way along the illuminated buildings up to a place just below
both the Valère and Tourbillion Castle.

Here a mysterious story from the middle ages is told and accompanied by fantastic dynamic illuminations of the two castles. The whole event lasts about 45 minutes.

Few words in Swiss French

by ealgisi

Below few words in French that you can use while visiting Switzerland.

Yes/No = Oui/Non
Yes, please/No, thank you = Oui, s'il vous plaît/Non, merci
Please = S'il vous plaît
Thank you = Merci (madame/monsieur)
You're welcome = Il n'y a pas de quoi
Here is/are = Voici...
Hello/Good morning/afternoon = Bonjour, (madame/monsieur)
Hello/Good evening = Bonsoir (madame/monsieur)
Goodbye = Au revoir
Good night = Bonne nuit
How are you? = Comment allez-vous?
Very well, thanks = Très bien, merci
Excuse me = Excusez-moi
Do you speak English? = Est-ce que vous parlez anglais?
Can you help me? = Est-ce que vous pouvez m'aider?
I don't understand. = Je ne comprends pas.
I don't know. = Je ne sais pas.
Could you please write it down = Est-ce que vous pouvez l'écrire?
Sorry = Désolé(e)
Where? = Où?
When? = Quand?
How? = Comment?
Why? = Pourquoi?
Who? = Qui?
Which? = Lequel?/Laquelle?
Where is...? = Où est...?
How much? = Combien?
How many? = Combien?
What's that? = Qu'est-ce que c'est?
I like it. = Ça me plaît.
I don't like it. = Ça ne me plaît pas.
OK/Agreed. = Ça va/d'accord.
That's fine. = C'est bien.

Official currency: Swiss Francs


Although Switzerland is situated in the centre of Europe it is not a member of the European Union nor does it have the Euro as currency.

The official currency in Switzerland is the Swiss Franc (CHF). The smaller denomination is called Rappen (100 Rappen = 1 CHF).

As all countries around Switzerland use the Euro as official currency, many shops and restaurants catering to tourists will accept payment in Euro but probably not at the best rate.

You can get your Swiss Francs from many cash points or exchange offices all around the town. Credit cards are widely accepted.

Daytrip to St. Leonard and the underground lake


The small town of St. Leonard is located about 7 km east of Sion. It has less than 2000 inhabitants and is famous for the largest undergound lake (Lac Souterrain) in Europe.

One grey morning we went from Sion to St. Leonard by train (single fare 4,40 CHF) and visited the underground lake which is well signposted from the train station. Admission costs 10 CHF.

Tours of the 300 m long lake are only possible by large rowing boats.

The guides speak various languages and tell you everything about the mysterious cavern and the lake. The tour lasts about 45 minutes.

When we left the underground lake the weather had improved and we decided to walk back to Sion along the so called "Bisse de Clavau". This is a path which follows the irrigation system for the vineyards and offers panoramic views of the Rhone valley.

I must admit that I enjoyed the hike much more than the visit of the underground lake, but all in all this was just a perfect programme for a relaxing daytrip.

St. Leonard:

Lac Souterrain:

Notre Dame-de-Valère Church

by yumyum

Inside this old church you will find various paintings and artefacts. You can pass through a door (which you need to close because of temperature regulation) and it takes you through the partition to the chapel from which you can take a peek to the original part of the church with its wall paintings.

You can take a tour if you want to go to the inside of that part.


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