Sankt Gallen Transportation

  • Troggenbahn
    Troggenbahn
    by freeluas
  • SBB
    SBB
    by Martin1966
  • Transportation
    by Hieronymus

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    Public transport in Switzerland is great.

    by Shibiru Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    The best way to get around the city, not only St. Gallen, but in Switzerland in general is by train and by bus. 'Cause if you get a car, you'll probably have problems to find parkings...and if you find them. You can be sure that they are expensive.

    At the main station you can get some more information about it...depending on how long you are staying, you can by discount tickets with extra trips.

    In the summer you could have a bike to get around...many cities rent them for free...you just have to give them your ID and they will give it back when you return the bike.

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  • St Gallen trips away

    by freeluas Written Mar 31, 2010

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    Troggenbahn

    In St. Gallen Railway Station, you may notice another small station. There is a narrow Gauge railway station which belongs to the Appenzell Railway. This station brings you steeply up hill and then on to the Appenzell region. Visiting Appenzell Town isnt a long trip.
    Also near the main station you may notice the Orange Tram which goes to Trogen on the outskirts of St. Gallen. Another lovely short trip. Both trips are free if you have a Swiss Pass.

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    How to go there?

    by amsterdam_vallon Updated Jul 20, 2004

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    There's two main ways to get to Sankt-Gallen :

    By the road :
    By car from Zurich, head east on N1 (also called E17).

    By train :
    St. Gallen is on the main train lines connecting Zurich with Munich. At least a dozen trains per day arrive from both directions. Trip time from Zurich is about 75 minutes. St. Gallen is the railway linchpin for at least four local lines.
    The cost is 26 chf one-way
    More info : Swiss Federal Railways

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    We drove as we almost always...

    by will-care Written Sep 12, 2002

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    We drove as we almost always do. Parking without having Swiss coins was a slight inconvenience. Once we found the centralized underground parking,life became much easier.

    This is a compact town easily navigated on foot. Obviously some of the architecture is old but the flavor is of a very modern convenient commercial center.

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    From Zurich HB (Main Station)...

    by swissgabe Written Sep 7, 2002

    From Zurich HB (Main Station) there is every 30 min a train to St. Gallen and the trip takes around 1h and 20min, you can catch the train also from other stations. It starts at Geneva Airport and goes via Lausanne (or Bienne), Fribourg, Bern to Zurich and St. Gallen...

    From Zurich AIRPORT you get also around every 30min a train and the trip takes 15min less than fromZurich Main Station...

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    If you come from Zurich...

    by hermanita Written Aug 26, 2002

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    If you come from Zurich (Airport) you can take the train, which will bring you in less than an hour to St.Gallen. Also by car you won't need more than an hour, unless there's rushhour...
    Within the city of St.Gallen there's a very well extended bus-system.
    Around the city, you can reach a lot of places by train.

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    by plane to the airport of...

    by Hieronymus Written Aug 24, 2002

    by plane to the airport of zurich (http://www.zurich-airport.ch/) or to the airport of altenrhein (http://www.flughafen-altenrhein.ch/) and then by train (1h)to St. Gallen main station
    Bus (PTT or local Bussystem)

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    Moving in Sankt-Gallen

    by amsterdam_vallon Written Jul 20, 2004

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    Sankt-Gallen Bus Lines

    The service is very good.

    The tickets and the one-day card (6 chf) can be bought from the distributor at the station or in the bus.

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    Schweizerische BundesBahnen

    by Martin1966 Written Oct 13, 2003

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    SBB

    From Zurich/Kloten (Airport) you need 1h 20 min to St. Gallen and you have to pay CHF 26.- for a one way ticket.

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