Bernina Train and Saint Moritz

A breathtaking day - from Tirano to Saint Moritz on the highest mountain railway in the Alps!


Panoramic train tour from Tirano to St. Moritz. The newest alpine delight in Graubünden: there is twice as much to see as before along one of the most beautiful railway routes in the world - on board the Rhaetian Railway panoramic coaches. The journey begins in Tirano, over the spiralling viaduct at Brusio and keeps on going - without cogwheels - over the Bernina Pass into Engadin.


> April to October:

  • Tuesday and Friday: English
  • Monday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday: English and Spanish
  • Wednesday: English and Portuguese

> November to March:

  • Tuesdays and Thursdays: English
  • Saturdays and Sundays: English and Spanish

Time: 7:00; duration: 12 hours.

Departure: Foro Bonaparte n. 76, at the corner with Via Cusani

Children under 4 years old free.

Departure with at least 6 people booked, maximum 50.

ATTENTION: Passport required and Visa for some nationalities (please check with Swiss consulate)


  • Return bus trip
  • English speaking tour leader
  • Bernina Express ticket (second class)

Not included: Entrance fees – personal extras – tips.

Cancellation policy: No penalties for bookings canceled at least 2 working days before date of tour. 100% penalty for cancellation within 2 working days, no-show or late arrival on departure.

Bernina Train and Saint Moritz

For a day excursion you won't forget, take the highest mountain railway in the Alps!

After about 2 ½ hours bus ride through the pre-Alps from Milan to Tirano in the Province of Sondrio, on the left bank of the Adda river. Tirano is still surrounded by the walls erected by Ludovico il Moro at the end of the 15th century, and the area of the Madonna di Tirano church from the first half of the 16th century is an important pilgrimage destination and commercial center.

After some free time to enjoy lunch in Tirano, you'll board the famous Bernina Train. At first, your train ride takes you over the spiraling viaduct at Brusio, and keeps on going - without cogwheels - over the Bernina Pass into the Engadin.

With the Bernina Express you'll reach St. Moritz in a 2 1/2 hour trip, passing wild gorges, soaring bridges, fascinating loop tunnels, and white glaciers close enough to touch. You'll travel from the palms and oleanders of Tirano and northern Italy to the crisp snow of the Bernina Pass in Switzerland.

After the train journey you will visit the exclusive resort of St. Moritz, stopping at Swizerland’s best chocolate house, before enjoying some free time. Explore St. Moritz, which enjoys an average of 300 days of sunshine per year, and is not only a sports hub, but also a picturesque town surrounded by truly beautiful vistas of some of the highest alpine peaks. See for yourself why St. Moritz is called the "Top of the World!"

At the end of your eventful day in the Alps, you'll board your comfortable bus. Sit back and relax, you'll be taken back to Milan in a little over 3 hours.


Cancellation Policy

  • Once a confirmation code has been assigned to the reservation we can refund the cost of unused tickets minus a service fee (reservation fee and online booking fee) up to 2 business days before the visit.
  • No refund is possible for a cancellation less than 48 hours before the visit, and for no-shows.

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