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Graubünden is renowned for its luxurious elegant resorts and its wild and dramatic nature. The highest holiday region in the Alps, Graubünden is home to Heidi, the ibex and the source of the Rhine.
Our Glacier Express train tour offering stunning views in specially designed panoramic trains. Travel on one of the world's most memorable scenic train rides between St Moritz and Zermatt with spectacular Matterhorn views.
Relax and enjoy an exclusive experience in the new Excellence Class on the Glacier Express. Comfortable lounge chairs and panoramic windows to enjoy the unforgettable journey. First Class train travel. A concierge will be available throughout the journey.
Highlights await you on your 8-day "Alpine Cruise" rail journey, such as the trip on the Bernina Express from St. Moritz to Poschiavo or an excursion to the Diavolezza. Decide for yourself whether you want to start your journey in Chur, St. Moritz or Davos and in which hotel category (3*** or 4**** stars) you want to stay overnight.
The famous Bernina Express route between St. Moritz and Tirano is a landmark which has UNESCO World Heritage status. Crossing the Bernina Pass, you travel along Lago Bianco and experience a ’roundabout ride’ over the circular viaduct in Brusio. The Bernina Express bus connects Tirano with Lugano.
The Rhine-Route frames the east of Switzerland in a big bow. You start with a proper climb across the Oberalp pass, the region of the Rhines source, continue through the romanisch-speaking Surselva, and get impressive views of the wild rhine-valley Ruinaulta and visit the rätoromanian capital Chur. With the typical local wind at your side you ride through the “Bündner Herrschaft” (famous wine region) and on the Rhine dam quickly to the wide Lake of Constance, where orchards, castles and happy tourist chatter decorate the shore of the green and silver shimmering «Swabian Sea».