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Fantastic train trip from Tirano Italy up through the Alps and down into Switzerland. Views were magnificent, we chose the First Class section which has the panoramic windows and well worth the extra cost. There were superb green valleys and hillsides with bright blue &...More
This train line is indeed beautiful. We took the local trains instead of the Bernina express so that we could hop on/hop off at the different stations. The station that I recommend to get off for the spectacular photos opportunity is Alp Grum station. You'll...More
This is a must if you are in the area. The train climbs to the dizzy heights of 2253 meters going through beautiful country side reaching the snow covered mountain tops. There are great views on the train with large glass windows so no disappointment...More
This steep, scenic railway trip goes from Tirano to St. Moritz through wonderful countryside. The cars are comfortable and they have oversize windows for sightseeing. The elevation change is approximately 1800 meters, and you go past 3 glaciers. At St. Moritz the small lake is...More
I did the Albula/Bernina express. I wanted to understand how come that the railway is considered the World's heritage. Albula and Bernina railways are parts of the Rhaetian railway and is a UNESCO Heritage that moves! A single track railway passes through 55 tunnels and...More
I took the 9:00 Regio train from Tirano for a 4 hour spectacular train journey to Chur. Via the Buriso spiral viaduct, lakes, green medows, small towns to Bernina pass 2250m. Down to Pontresina where I had to change for the 6 min ride to...More
Used the Rahaetian railway as part of a longer trip from Malta to the UK and it was far and away the best part of the trip, in fact it made the whole trip worthwhile. Route was Tirano-Chur changing at Pontresina and Samdan, and even...More