From glaciers to palms
It's worth being spontaneous: the last minute offers let you travel 2nd class on selected Bernina Express trains from just CHF 49. Book your trip from Chur/Davos/St. Moritz to Tirano online eleven days or less before your travel date to enjoy attractive special prices.
From the high, glistening glaciers back down to the palms – the Bernina Express route offers a change of scenery that is out of this world. No other railway line links north and south in such a spectacular fashion: the modern panoramic cars pass through 55 tunnels, cross 196 bridges and master gradients of up to 7 per cent with ease. Climb on board and enjoy an unbeatable culture and nature experience!
Now on offer: the smell of fresh mountain air and all-round views on the Albula and Bernina Lines. From 3 July to 22 October 2017 open scenic carriages will be attached to the Bernina Express between Davos Platz and Tirano. The open carriages have no windows and thus add to a perfect experience of nature. Reflection-free photos of the breathtaking landscape are guaranteed!
Die Strecke führt abwechslungsreich durch Obst-, Kastanien- und Weingebiete ins italienische Tirano.
Der Lago Bianco ist eine Wasserscheide. Südwärts fliesst das Wasser in die Adria, ostwärts in das schwarze Meer.
Die Linienführung ist harmonisch in die Natur eingebettet. Landschaft und Eisenbahn verschmelzen.
Die Montebellokurve gehört zu den meistfotografierten Sujets der Berninalinie.
Der 136 Meter lange Landwasserviadukt ist das Wahrzeichen der Rhätischen Bahn.
Die Talschaft Domleschg gehört zu den burgenreichsten Regionen der Schweiz.
When you travel on the Bernina Express, you will enjoy one highlight after another. There is everything from impressive constructions to spectacular views.
The Albula and Bernina section of track is a masterpiece in terms of civil engineering and routing. Landscape and railway blend into one: in wide radiuses, ingenious man-made structures punctuate rugged valleys. The Landwasser Viaduct, the helical tunnels between Bergün and Preda and the Brusio Circular Viaduct all stand testimony to the early, pioneering days of the railway.
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.
The picturesque village of Poschiavo is dominated by three towers: the Romanesque tower of the Catholic Church, the Baroque tower of the Reformed Church and the medieval tower of the town hall. The landlords of the typical Graubünden restaurants in the village take pride in their delicious Pizzoccheri. A glass of Veltliner will also stand you in good stead. Viva!
This viaduct turns round a 360-degree curve, lengthening the track so that it is possible to overcome the difference in altitude in the narrow Valposchiavo. The Brusio Circular Viaduct is considered the most spectacular construction on the Bernina Line.
The flat-rate package includes 2nd class return travel.
|Chur - Poschiavo/Le Prese/Tirano - Chur||CHF 49.00||CHF 69.00|
|Davos - Poschiavo/Le Prese/Tirano - Davos||CHF 49.00||CHF 69.00|
|St. Moritz - Poschiavo/Le Prese/Tirano - St. Moritz||CHF 49.00||CHF 69.00|
All prices are in Swiss francs (CHF) per person. The compulsory seat reservation is included in both directions.