Arosa Gourmet Express
Culinary through the evening
Enjoy the trip from Chur to St. Moritz and back while treating yourself to culinary highlights and an exclusive ORMA Whisky tasting.
Take advantage of the exclusive opportunity on this unique trip through the beautiful landscape to be seen on the way from Chur to St. Moritz to taste five different ORMA Swiss whiskies from Graubünden with a corresponding starter. On the return trip from St. Moritz to Chur, you can look forward to a delicious main course and dessert. You're in for a treat on this trip – not just gastronomically, but musically, too: two bagpipe players will be on hand to conjure up a special ambience.
Saturday, 9 October 2021
Saturday, 20 November 2021
Trip including whisky tasting, 3-course menu, mineral water and coffee (excluding other drinks).
ORMA - the Romansh word for soul - indicates the drink's cantonal roots. Among other places ORMA Swiss Whisky matures on the high plateau of the Engadin, in the ground, rich in minerals, in Passugg, as well as in Val Lumnezia, the valley of light. ORMA Swiss Whisky is an outstanding limited-edition Single Malt which, thanks to its unmistakable character, gives a whole new meaning to the word appreciation.
Further information on Orma Swiss Whisky.
The magic of the mountains or vibrant city life? The oldest town in Switzerland offers both. Picturesque lanes and snow-covered peaks, modern shopping centres and unspoilt natural beauty, trendy restaurants and interesting museums. That's simply Chur: the first city of the Alps.
© Chur Tourismus
Even today, the 62-kilometre Albula Line is still considered a masterpiece in terms of railway engineering and routing. The RhB opened the spectacular section of track between Thusis and St. Moritz in 1903, after just five years' construction. The red train climbs over 1,000 metres in altitude – thanks to the Solis Viaduct, Landwasser Viaduct and the helical tunnels between Bergün and Preda – without rack-and-pinion technology.
The viaduct at Filisur spans the Landwasser Valley and leads directly into a tunnel. The construction of the three main pillars in 1901/02 was an outstanding architectural feat, considering that the viaduct was built using only two cranes and without scaffolding. This is the most spectacular landmark on the Rhaetian Railway and it has become famous the world over.
Elegance, style and class: St. Moritz is not simply a holiday resort. This is the place where Alpine winter holidays were born in 1864. Nowadays, fabulous restaurants and internationally famous hotels welcome guests from around the globe.
The Swiss gastronomy safety concept and public transport regulations apply in the dining car. The safety concept relies on passengers taking responsibility and showing solidarity, and is being implemented and supplemented by means of various measures by Panoramic Gourmet AG.
Menu Whisky Gourmet Express
Chur - St. Moritz - Chur
Service Chur - St. Moritz:
Bündnerplatte (1 wooden platter per table) with: Jerky and a selection of bread
Vegetarian: Vegetable dip with herbal cream
Service St. Moritz – Chur – incl. whisky tasting:
Entrecôte à la Bordelaise
served with fried potatoes and green beans
Vegetarian option: vegetable strudel served with fried potatoes and green beans
Chocolate mousse with warm berry sauce
Coffee or tea and biscuits
Trip including 3-course menu, whisky tasting, mineral water and coffee (excluding other drinks)
Make sure to book your seat online in good time.
For more information or should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Railservice on +41 81 288 65 65.
Conditions of travel
Trips will only take place if there is a sufficient number of participants. Reservations can be made up to thursday before the day of travel.If the trip cannot be held, you will be informed at the latest by the Friday lunchtime before the trip is due to take place. If the trip is cancelled you will receive a full refund.
There is only a limited number of places available on each trip. No seat numbers are allocated.