Engadin–Merano route

Engadin–Merano route

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Take a ride along the Engadin–Merano route, through the unspoilt Swiss National Park and the picturesque Val Müstair to Mals/Malles (at the border you will you require an identity card or passport).

After crossing the Flüela Pass, you arrive in Zernez, the ideal departure point for excursions, hikes and bike rides in the Swiss National Park. Shortly afterwards begins the ascent over the Ofen Pass, from where you can enjoy delightful views of the Val Müstair, the Vinschgau region and the imposing Ortler massif.

Having passed through the beautifully kept villages in the Val Müstair, you finally reach the border village of Müstair, home to the world-renowned Convent of St. John, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Just across the Italian border, you reach the little mediaeval town of Glurns/Glorenza. Here you can explore the stately patrician houses and picturesque arcades set within the intact ring wall. From Mals/Malles, the Vinschgerbahn railway takes you after a good hour’s journey to Merano. Tickets for the Vinschgerbahn can be purchased in the PostBus.     

 

Audio guide

An audio guide for this route is available on the PostBus app. The spoken information accompanies you on your trip and can also be downloaded beforehand onto your smartphone. Here you can download the app.

 

Travel dates/Prices

The Engadin-Merano line operates throughout the year. Here you can find the current dates and prices.

 

Reservations

Seat reservations are compulsory for the Engadin-Merano route and must be made at the latest by 5.30pm on the previous day.
T +41 58 386 32 83 or via the link.

 


Information

PostAuto Schweiz AG
Geschäftsstelle Engadin
7550 Scuol
F +41 58 667 63 94
scuol@postauto.ch
http://www.postauto.ch/graubuenden
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