Travelling to Switzerland
You may wish to consider travelling by rail, a journey which allows your family more room to stretch their legs and 'explore'. Eurostar coaches 1 and 18 have baby changing facilities, extra space, more family tables and the train's buffet cars have plenty of snacks. You will also be allowed to bring a pushchair in addition to the normal luggage allowance.
For those travelling by air, SWISS, British Airways and easyJet all allow free carriage of a pushchair in addition to normal luggage allowances. Most SWISS flights give out children's activity packs as well as complimentary chocolates! SWISS flights include a small snack, while easyJet have kids snack packs available to buy, which include games and activities.
Onward travel to your resort
Upon arrival at Zurich and Geneva airport, you will be relieved that the transition to your onward rail transfer is very simple since the stations are housed within the airport terminals. We'll even tell you in advance which platform to head for. The double-decker InterCity trains have 'Ticki Park' family coaches with a small play area and tables fitted with board games, while single-deck trains have 'family zones' with plenty of space for pushchairs. Families can relax here knowing that a higher level of noise will be tolerated than in other parts of the train. Stewards will pass by your seats with Lavazza coffee for the adults as well as snacks to keep the children happy.