Rail & bus IN ENGADIN ST. MORITZ

Without doubt one of the most beautiful train rides of all, the Rhaetian Railway’s Albula and Bernina lines link northern and southern Europe in such spectacular fashion that in summer 2008 they were jointly named a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Rhaetian Railway’s “little red trains”, as they are affectionately known, pass through many other attractive locations all over the canton of Graubünden. The PostBuses, meanwhile, can take you on a fascinating tour of discovery to Chiavenna, Lugano, over the Julier Pass to Chur, or over the Ofen Pass to Mals, from where the Vinschgerbahn railway transports you to the final destination in Merano.

Local public transport
Local public transport
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The Engadin has a dense public transport network.
UNESCO World Heritage
UNESCO World Heritage
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The Rhaetian Railway in the Albula / Bernina landscape is a masterpiece of engineering in nature.
«Bernina Express»
«Bernina Express»
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The highest rail crossing in the Alps leads from the Bernina Pass down to Tirano in Italy.
«Glacier Express»
«Glacier Express»
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Seven hours of pure railway adventure: the slowest express train in the world is also the most famous.
Alp Grüm (2,091m/6,860ft)
Alp Grüm (2,091m/6,860ft)
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Explore a breathtaking Alpine paradise on board the Rhaetian Railway’s Bernina Express
On the Bernina Express to the Valposchiavo
On the Bernina Express to the Valposchiavo
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Over the highest Alpine rail crossing in Europe: big adventure on a narrow gauge.
Bad Scuol & Travel Combined Ticket
Bad Scuol & Travel Combined Ticket
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The Rhaetian Railway takes you through the snow-covered Alpine landscape straight to pure spa pleasure.
Engadin–Merano route
Engadin–Merano route
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Trip by postal bus from Zernez to Müstair and on to Mals/Malles
Julier Pass route
Julier Pass route
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Trip by postal bus over the Julier Pass to St. Moritz
Palm Express
Palm Express
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Trip by postal bus from St. Moritz via Menaggio to Lugano
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