Rail travel to other European countries in coronavirus times.

On this page, we regularly collate the most important information. Please check the online timetable before making any journey.

Full information by country:

It is the customer’s personal responsibility to inform themselves about the regulations which are currently in force locally before their journey.

SBB accepts no liability in case of refused entry to the relevant country. As regulations regarding the requirement to wear a face mask in specific cities and regions can change at short notice, we recommend that you always carry a face mask with you. No liability is taken for the accuracy of this information. This list makes no claim to be comprehensive.

Last updated on 2 February 2023.

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