Passengers may choose to travel in an early 1900s fashion wagon that remembers a carriage-Pullman Belle Époque style. But for those who prefer to keep pace with the times, there is also the ability to sit comfortably on spacious armchairs in most modern cars.
The Chocolate Train gives the starting signal shortly after eight and a half in the morning. In Montreux on the shores of Lake Geneva .To begin your day aboard you will be offered hot coffee and soft croissants.
First stop, arriving at ten o’clock, at Broc, where the Cailler factory (Nestlé)
The chocolate Train travels every Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, between May and October, and every day in July and August.