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Hire a car or take the train to Sion from Malpensa?

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Hi, I've seen the long discussion on driving into Switzerland via the Simplon pass, or via the Grand Saint Bernard pass - but wondered if it was worth taking the train from Gallarate rather than driving. Useful stuff - it has given me much food for thought.

We're going on the Saturday between Christmas and New Year, and wondered how busy the train would be. Obviously we would book seats but if its anything like trains out of Paddington on Friday evenings, then I wouldn't be too keen on dragging all the ski equipment and wife/children onto a very busy train.

Anyone know how busy this is likely to be? - We'd be catching a train around 3pm - I guess it depends how many Milanites/people from the airport use this train.

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