With the 30-franc Children’s Co-Travelcard, children aged six to 15 can travel throughout Switzerland for a whole year, accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket.
The Children’s Co-Travelcard is available for all accompanying adults (grandmother and grandfather, godmother and godfather, neighbour, aunt and uncle, childminder, family friends and acquaintances, etc.) aged 16 and over.
Purchase a Children’s Co-Travelcard:
- The Children’s Co-Travelcard is available to purchase at all staffed salespoints. When purchasing the travelcard, both the accompanying adult and the travelling child must be specified. You will need a separate travelcard for each different combination of child and accompanying adult.
- To make the purchase, please bring a passport or another form of official identification for the child. The document must specify the child’s date of birth. There is no restriction on the number of Children’s Co-Travelcards that may be purchased.
The Children’s Co-Travelcard is valid wherever the Half Fare Travelcard can be used. It also enables children to travel free of charge or at reduced prices on many tram and bus routes operated by local transport companies. Find out where the Children’s Co-Travelcard is valid by visiting the Junior Travelcard and Children’s Co-TravelcardTarget not accessible webpage or any staffed salespoint. On any given journey, an accompanying adult may travel with a maximum of four children who hold valid Children’s Co-Travelcards.