Travellers coming from the north of Switzerland easily reach Andermatt either by train or the Gotthard Panorama Express on the historic rail route via Göschenen. Train passengers from the south travel to Göschenen through the old, historical Gotthard Rail Tunnel, that was once the longest rail tunnel in the world. Having arrived at this historically relevant railway village passengers transfer to the Matterhorn Gotthard Railway that runs up through the Schöllenen Gorge and passes the Teufelsbrücke (Devil's Bridge) to arrive at Andermatt.
Rail passengers coming from the counties of Wallis or Graubünden travel comfortably with the Matterhorn Gotthard Railway or the Glacier Express to Andermatt.
Those who wish to experience crossing the Alpine Passes at first hand travel with the Post Bus to Andermatt. Guests can also travel easily and comfortably using the Swiss Travel Pass. This All-In-One ticket for rail, bus or ship facilitates travelling in Switzerland and offers various discounts.