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St Gallen, home to the famous Abbey library


Getting there You can get to St Gallen from Lucerne, Bern and Lausanne. Best price and travel duration below.

From Munich 03:08 HK$622
From Zurich 01:02 HK$297
From Geneva 04:08 HK$807
From Lucerne 02:15 HK$408
From Bern 02:21 HK$668
From Lausanne 03:30 HK$835
From Buchs 00:49 HK$148
From Chur 01:22 HK$251
From Wil 00:21 HK$93

Getting around From St Gallen, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Wil 00:28 HK$93
To Bregenz 01:01 HK$130
To Buchs 01:05 HK$148
To Zurich 01:12 HK$297
To Chur 02:04 HK$251
To Bern 02:20 HK$668
To Schaffhausen 02:28 HK$241
To Basel 02:28 HK$390
To Lucerne 02:53 HK$408
To Munich 03:26 HK$622
To Lausanne 04:10 HK$752
To Geneva 04:51 HK$807

St Gallen city guide

St Gallen, home to the famous Abbey library

Tucked between Lake Constance and Appenzell, St Gallen is located in the eastern part of Switzerland. Home to a beautiful Old Town, St Gallen is well known for its famous library, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Visit the traffic-free Old Town, and discover the colourful windows of the buildings. Don’t miss the cathedral and the Abbey Library, St Gallen’s most famous landmarks.

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  • "Poor attention "    
    A complimentary snack, tea and coffee would have been great especially in first class and for a journey of 5 hours, What does the hostess do on the train - she wasn't very pleasant.  
  • "Family Trip"    
    The travel date is not correct. I had traveled during third week of June 2016. My rating is for that trip. It was an unforgettable experience. May be little lower price will attract more traveler.  
  • "Very good."    
    The trip was very good and fast.  
  • "Well-run"    
    I even got a meal that I was not expecting!  
  • "Geneve to Milano"    
    Very enjoyable trip which I recommend to any vacationer as the views around Lake Geneva on the way to Milan and Alps make it a more pleasurable experience than flying. If you like the lake try and get on the right hand side. And unlike flying you can move around, take some time in the dining car for a drink, whatever. For a relaxing vacation it's time well spent with a view.  
  • "to Colmar"    
    very pleasant and easy  
  • "Hassle free"    
    My wife and I had no problems considering I was nursing a fractured ankle. The station staff were very helpful and the train roomy and comfortable. Good value for money now I need to get back to France with both legs operational!!  
  • "Very good"    
    we very much enjoyed this trip. The journey was easy and relaxed, the train was on time, We absolutely consider this trip as a valuable for money. We will travel again with Renfe.  
  • "Florence-Venice trip"    
    Great way to travel  
  • "Lourdes Trip"    
    We traveled as family and we really doesn't want to share the cabin with strangers sleeping at night. Our train was delayed due to the fact that the train hit an animal. We weren't inform what happened. It is so scary to be stranded at the middle of the night, out of nowhere. Thank God there was an empty cabin, otherwise we will be awake all night if we have to share a cabin with a stranger. We didn't know that it was a sleeping coach. We prefer to travel sitting up.  
  • "No 1st class seats"    
    As soon as you leave the Swiss side of the train station, the difference in comfort level is very apparent, both in the station and on the train. We traveled on a 1st class ticket, but the train has no 1st class seats. The train is not very clean either.  
  • "Short commute"    
    Trip was the first leg of a longer journey. It was fast, convenient. There is very limited space for luggage. Trains don't seem to cater for passengers with suitcases.  
  • "Smooth ride"    
    The ride was so clean and smooth, but it was strange that nobody checked our tickets.  
  • "Sempre la Frecciarossa"    
    The train is my favourite form of transport in Italia. The Frecciarossa is superb - you arrive exactly on time, totally relaxed. I only wish we had such services in Canada ...  
  • "Hassle-free travelling"    
    Rail Europe provides a hassle-free travelling experience. We enjoyed the comfort and the timeliness!  
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