Ranveer just inaugurated something special on his name and we are super thrilled!

Amid getting jealous of all Ranveer Singh’s posts from his Switzerland holiday, we have a super exciting news to share about the Padmaavat star. Ranveer just inaugurated a ‘Ranveer on Tour’ train in Switzerland. The train honours his contribution to the increasing popularity of Switzerland. Indian tourists have been preferring the destination over others in the past and the tourism team believes it is because of Ranveer Singh.

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The train will run on the Golden Pass Line and has been launched by Switzerland Tourism and the Swiss Travel System. Ranveer is jumping with joy with this honour and he recently shared, “The ‘Ranveer on Tour’ train does not just transport, but an unforgettable journey that takes you on a panoramic journey of Switzerland.Looking through the huge panoramic windows of the train is a feast for the eyes as you drink in the beautiful views of tall mountains, green valleys, and endless vineyards. I still remember being completely mesmerised on my first train ride last summer and I hope all our esteemed travellers enjoy this incredible ride as much as I did.”

Martin Nydegger, CEO o the Switzerland Tourism believes that the Indian market is fundamentally important for them.He said, “In 2017, activities to promote Switzerland in India have resulted in a strong increase of 23.4 percent in overnights.” Their campaign with Ranveer Singh as brand ambassador has contributed to their success.

With this train named after Ranveer Singh, the team is hoping for a further increase in the market with more Indian tourists. The train has pictures of Ranveer Singh all over. The train ride will offer a spectacular view of the changing landscapes of the Lake Geneva Region. Next, it will pass from Montreux, through the Unesco world heritage vineyards of Lavaux and the Jura mountains to the Bernese Alps.



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