Coronavirus: Entering Switzerland
On account of the COVID-19 pandemic, certain restrictions are in place for entering Switzerland. With few exceptions, everyone entering Switzerland must present an entry form and a negative test result starting from December 3, 2021.
All Roads Lead to Zurich
Located in the heart of Europe, Zurich can be reached in many different ways. Those who travel by train, by bicycle, or on foot are doing something for the climate. Those coming from further afield should plan a longer visit; this protects the environment, allows you to recuperate better, and increases local value added.
Switzerland is a nation of train travelers. Accordingly, traveling to Zurich by rail is both easy and convenient. The Swiss Travel System also saves travelers a lot of time and money. Books or games help to pass the time on the train. Or you can simply sleep your way to Zurich on the night train.
By Coach or Travel Bus
A coach full of people means around 30 fewer automobiles on the road. Long-distance buses are very cheap and practical. However, it is well worth checking out the various providers: is it possible to offset the journey in a climate-neutral way?
Compensate CO2 Emissions
There are many ways to offset the CO2 emissions caused by a journey. With the carbon footprint calculator from myclimate, the emissions arising from travel by automobile, ship, and plane can be easily calculated and offset with appropriate climate protection projects.
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From an ecological point of view, traveling to Zurich by car is not recommended. If you have no alternative, you can help offset your emissions by filling the car with the maximum number of people permissible, choosing alternative fuels, or using car-sharing platforms.
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