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By train or bus

From the north to the east...

From Basel, Zurich and Munich to Chur (and onwards to Arosa, St.Moritz, Laax and Disentis Sedrun) and Landquart (and onwards to Klosters, Davos and Scuol) are the main public transportation routes.
Bus connections are also provided from Landeck on the Austrian railway network (Munich, Innsbruck and Vienna) to Scuol, which has a rail connection to St.Moritz.

 


From the west...

You can reach Graubünden via the Oberalp Pass. For example, on board the renowned Glacier Express, the direct train connection from Zermatt to St.Moritz and Davos.

From the south...

Fast PostBus connections operate between Bellinzona and Chur, as well as Lugano and St.Moritz. The legendary route of the Bernina Express connects Tirano on the Italian rail network (Milan) with St.Moritz.

Timetable & Fare Information

Information and timetable of the SBB (Swiss federal railways): www.sbb.ch

Information about the PostBus in Graubünden: www.postbus.ch

Information and timetable of the Rhaetian Railway: www.rhb.ch

Important: Seat reservation is sometimes required.

Transporting Skis

Swiss Railways transport skis, snowboards and ski boots in protective coverings. They also offers a convenient luggage delivery service right to your hotel.

More information about transporting skis on Swiss Railways

More information about transporting skis on the Rhaetian Railway (See Normal Service)

Transporting bikes

Swiss federal railways and the neighbouring rail networks allow accompanied bikes on cross-border trains.
To be able to take your bike with you when travelling abroad, you must first buy an international bike ticket. This is valid from the point of departure to the destination on your ticket. Reservations for accompanied bikes on cross-border trains are required and are included in the price of the international bike ticket.

 

More information about transporting bikes on Swiss Railways

More information about transporting bikes on the Rhaetian Railway

Special Tickets

Here are all the special tickets for foreign tourists:

Swiss Pass

The Swiss Pass entitles you to unlimited travel on consecutive days throughout the Swiss Travel System rail, bus and boat network. The Swiss Pass is available for 4, 8, 15 or 22 days or one month.

Swiss Flexi Pass

The Swiss Flexi Pass allows travelers to choose their travelling days freely. You may travel on the Swiss network for 3, 4, 5 or 6 non-consecutive days within a month.

Swiss Transfer Ticket

The Swiss Transfer Ticket is ideal for travellers and for those spending holidays in one location.

Swiss Card

The Swiss Card offers the same advantages as the Swiss Transfer Ticket and includes one-day transfers from airport or border station to a destination in Switzerland and return plus unlimited tickets at half-fare.

Swiss Half Fare Card

The Half Fare Card allows unlimited purchase of train, bus, boat and some cable car tickets at half price within a one-month period.

More information about these tickets

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