|Average price||SFr 110|
|Possible routes||4 found|
We recommend taking the train from Schaffhausen to Zürich HB and then taking the train from Zürich HB to Morges, which takes around 3h 55m.
The cheapest way to get from Schaffhausen to Morges is to drive which costs SFr 35 - SFr 55 and takes 2h 46m.More details
The quickest way to get from Schaffhausen to Morges is to drive which costs SFr 35 - SFr 55 and takes 2h 46m.More details
No, there is no direct train from Schaffhausen to Morges. However, there are services departing from Schaffhausen and arriving at Morges via Zürich HB. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 3h 55m.More details
The distance between Schaffhausen and Morges is 209 km. The road distance is 274.6 km.Get driving directions
The best way to get from Schaffhausen to Morges without a car is to train which takes 3h 55m and costs SFr 80 - SFr 160.More details
It takes approximately 3h 55m to get from Schaffhausen to Morges, including transfers.More details
Schaffhausen to Morges train services, operated by Swiss Railways (SBB/CFF/FFS), depart from Schaffhausen station.More details
The best way to get from Schaffhausen to Morges is to train which takes 3h 55m and costs SFr 80 - SFr 160. Alternatively, you can bus, which costs SFr 30 - SFr 65 and takes 5h 37m.Mode details
The quickest flight from Zurich Airport to Geneva Airport is the direct flight which takes 45 min.Search flights
Schaffhausen to Morges train services, operated by Swiss Railways (SBB/CFF/FFS), arrive at Morges station.More details
Yes, the driving distance between Schaffhausen to Morges is 275 km. It takes approximately 2h 46m to drive from Schaffhausen to Morges.Get driving directions
Royal Jordanian and Swiss offer flights from Zurich Airport to Geneva Airport.Search flights
There are 440+ hotels available in Morges. Prices start at SFr 100 per night.More details
The national railway company of Switzerland, Swiss Railways operates trains throughout the country and adjacent European nations including Germany, France, Italy and Austria. Tickets are sold in two classes - First and Second - with most long-distance trains offering a bistro car serving beverages and snacks. Individual tickets can be bought easily at stands, while a variety of travel passes are on offer to suit different travel needs.
Deutsche Bahn’s high-speed InterCity (IC) trains connect cities within Germany. They’re a popular way to travel as they’re faster than Deutsche Bahn’s regional trains and offer a frequent, fast service. All IC trains have first and second class carriages, power sockets and toilets, and most have a bistro cafe or restaurant. Tickets can be booked up to 180 days in advance of travel.
One of Europe’s leading bus companies, Flixbus serves 2000+ destinations in 29 countries, including Germany, France, Italy, Austria, the Netherlands and Croatia and into Scandinavia and eastern Europe, as well as some US cities. Coaches have toilets, free WiFi and power outlets, plus snacks and drinks for purchase on board. Flixbus is a good choice for the budget-conscious traveller; purchase tickets in advance for the cheapest fares (note: there is no option to reserve a seat in advance).
Eurolines is a network of coach companies that operate throughout Europe plus Morocco. It’s an affordable way to travel around the continent, with tickets starting at €5. All coaches have Wi-Fi, plug sockets and USBs, reclining chairs and toilets, and a standard ticket includes up to two medium suitcases plus carry-on luggage. Within France, Eurolines serves 69 destinations; including Paris, Lyon, Versailles, Nice and Bordeaux.
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