Nonrev’s love Italy and many also like to visit Switzerland when going to Europe.
Nonrev’s will usually make two trips, one to see Italy and one to see Switzerland.
One of the best ways to see either country is by rail.
Eurail has opened up a route linking the Swiss Alps to the Italian Riviera which not only feels like big news, but is guaranteed to fill a single trip with snow-capped mountains, raclette, hearty Italian reds, and views of the Ligurian Sea.
Eurail, the European train network that allows travelers to jump on and off various trains throughout the continent with a single ticket, quietly rolled out a new route back in April. By purchasing either a first- or second-class Italy-Switzerland pass, you can essentially travel wherever you want throughout the two countries, as long as you fall within the designated time period.
Conde Nast Travel just did a story about this new rail option that allows you to visit both Switzerland and Italy.