Hi, I'm traveling to St moritz in October, will be there on 13~15Oct. Is it still a good time to do some hiking?
what are the cable car/gondola hours and what will I find when I get to the top?
We are travelling from Rome to St Moritz on 24th June and intend travelling on the Glacier Express to Zermatt.
Would like to know the "must see" attractions in St Moritz and if they are within walking distance or public transport.
Is St Moritz a compact town? Would an overnight stay be sufficient?
Any recommendation for good 3 star accommodation, reasonable price, walking distance from rail station. Is the rail station near town centre.
Can we purchase Glacier Express rail ticket on day of travel or afternoon before? What is cheapest 2 or 3 day Swiss pass and will it be accepted for use on the Glacier Express?
We most likely will have 2 night stay in Zermatt , any hotel recommendations and then travel to Montreux or Geneva for 1 night as we need a train connection to Paris
I believe there is a French Rail Pass which is accepted on Swiss Rail, minimum 4 day pass. As we are travelling onto Paris this may be a better option if it is accepted on the Glacier Express without an excessive gap charge.
Appreciate all replies.
I'm planning to travel in Switzerland during the 1st-2nd week of June.
And at the end of the itinerary, I have two full-days to trip to the Eastern part of Switzerland and wondering which areas can be included for the best trip.
I planning to spend 4 nights in Interlaken to travel around the nearby mountains and cities, and then move to Zurich or Scuol to visit the Eastern part (for 2 nights) and then have to go back to Zurich to take a flight to my country.
Mainfeld is at the top of my wish list, but other than this, I couldn't make up my mind.
I'm interested in Appenzell and Scuol (+ Guarda) but I don't know I have enough time to visit both.
So could you recommend between Appenzell and Scuol (+Guarda) in terms of the beauty and the uniqueness of the town? Which one has more things to see and do?
(Please don't think about the thermal baths, since I will visit Bad-Ragaz or Leuikerbad if I can't go to Scuol.)
Here are the things I've thought about:
- very traditional village, cheese, beer, cow.. etc.
- close to Zurich
- scraffiti houses (I was hooked by this feature!)
- far from Zurich
I'll wait for the kind replies from you guys!
Thank you! :)
how close is muottas muragl from st moritz
how do we do that?
I will be visiting St. Moritz this summer and I'm hoping to visit a historic church that still holds services. So far I haven't found anything. Suggestions?
What is a good way to get from St. Moritz to Lugano in May. The Palm Express bus starts in June and we didn't want to take the Bernina express?
I am planning to take a trip at the of April on the Bernina Express to St.Moritz but I have to go back to Tirano Italy after just 21/2 hr
So in that time I have to have lunch.Can anyone tell me if its possible to take a short cable car to a nice place where I can enjoy the view and have lunch and back to the train station in 2 hrs?
We have already reserved seats for Bernina express departing at 8.32 am from Chur to Tirano on 28th aug. morning.
we would be making our base in Lauterbrunnen , and later may be Lucerne (not decided as yet ) . Suggestion wanted,
1) where should I make my stay on 27 aug. .in zurich or in Chur ? so to reach Chur early morning .
2) we have total 6 days stay in Switzerland so which Swiss pass should we buy ? so it covers our Bernina Train journey too ?
My husband, toddler and I are planning a trip to St. Moritz, Switzerland in middle of May this year. What do you recommend in clothing? What are the temperatures like in May? How is the wind chills? Should we dress warmly?
We would like to visit Graubunden Region for the Easter holidays.
Can anyone suggest a good self catering accommodation please?
And any suggestions where are the best places to visit please?
Starting next week, I will start working in St. Moritz.
The closest airport in wich Ryanair operates is Bergamo - (Orio al Serio).
My question is, is there any easy / direct way to travel from Bergamo to St. Moritz by train?
Thank you very in advance for any help
we are driving from Fussen to Lake Como, planning to stop in the St Mortiz area overnight to get a break from the drive and tour the are briefly the next morning. Can you recommend the more scenc drive? Is it along 27 or is it better to go down A13 and cut across from Thusis to St Moritz? Which is the easier drive?
I am arriving in Milan on a flight from the US; arrival is 8AM on 27 Feb (that's a Sunday). I need to be in Sils Maria (outside St Moritz) for a meeting the next morning at 8:30AM; so, I need to arrive in St Moritz the evening of 26 Feb, but want to spend as much time as possible in Milan on 27 Feb (sigthseeing!).
I think I can rent a taxi / car service for approximately350 Euros for a one way trip from Milan to Sils Maria; but, I would rather take a train if it's reliable. There are trains leaving Milan at 4 and 5PM on 27 Feb, and arriving in St Moritz later that evening. These trains look like a good option - but they have a few transfers without much time in between trains. Also, there may be a bus journey included as well. I'm concerned that if I miss a transfer then I won't be able to arrive in St Moritz that evening (which is essential - since I need to be at a meeting in Sils Maria on 28 Feb early in the morning). I would appreciate any insights about the train trip, the reliability, and risk of missing a transfer (for example, because the 1st train on the journey is late). Thank you.
I'm going for a short trip to St. Moritz - 2 nights there. I'm not a skier but I look fwd to go to the mountains to enjoy the view and to enjoy a little bit of the snow.
I liked the following places which I think are close by to St. Moritz and close to each other too - Diavolezza, Piz Nair, Piz Corvatsch and Muottas Muragl.
I suspect I wont be having the time to go to all 4 of them but would love to go to 1 or 2 and I would love to seek suggestions from fellow VTers here - to which 1 or 2 places should I go?
Another thing - besides paying for cable car / mountain railways up there, do I have to pay any entrance fees although I dont ski?
HOLA,MI NOMBRE ES ROSA,TENGO PENSADO VIAJAR MAS O MENOS EL 8 DE ENERO A ZURICH.MI DESTINO ES LLEGAR A DAVOS DORF, DONDE AHORA MISMO ESTA TRABAJANDO UN AMIGO MIO AL CUAL QUIERO VISITAR.ANDO UN POCO PERDIDA Y MAL INFORMADA POR QUE EN INTERNET HAY INFORMACIONES CONTRADICTORIAS DE COMO LLEGAR DEL AEROPUERTO DE ZURICH HASTA DAVOS.TENGO UN NIVEL DE INGLES BASTANTE BAJO,Y TEMO NO PODER LLEGAR A ENTENDER LOS CARTELES INFORMATIVOS.CREO QUE DEL AEROPUERTO DEBO DE IR HASTA LA ESTACION CENTRAL,Y DE AHI A DAVOS HACIENDO UNA PARADA EN LANDQUART....ME GUSTARIA QUE ALGUIEN ME INFORMASE UN POCO DEL TRAYECTO QUE DEBO HACER DESDE QUE ME BAJE DEL AVION HASTA LA ESTACION CENTRAL,SI ES MEJOR IR EN TAXI O EN EL TREN QUE SALE DEL AEROPUERTO..NO SE,AGRADECERIA CUALQUIER INFORMACION.MUCHAS GRACIAS ROSA.
Hi, I arrive at St Moritz on the Glacier express and leave on 22nd for Interlaken. Appreciate some tips on what to do. Generally like landscapes and natural beauty rather than museums etc. Thanks in advace.
When going to Switzerland I'll take a train ride there.
I know that hitchiking doesn't have to be a safe way of travelling but wanna ask. Does anybody have a good experience with hitchiking in Switzerland? Do people give you a lift often?
We plan to go up to the top of Corvatsch by the cable car , if the weather is OK.
Tickets prices are not cheap so that we wonder if it's worth a visit?
Is the climbing up by the car a good experience?
What about view from the top of it ?
Drop us a line please.
We will be there at the end of July and we wonder if we can find a restaurant or tavern serving traditional Swiss foods p.e. locat dried meats, cheese, fondie, roestie, etc
We love Swiss specialities and want to enjoy it at their original place.
Will be happy to have an answer :)
I just re-checked a travel schedule. It now appears all trains that formerly ran from Scuol-Tarasp to Pontresina now originate in Ardez. There seems to be shuttle-bus service from Scuol-Tarasp to Ardez. Does anyone know what happened? Is this permanent? Just curious...
I am going this year to White Turf, is anyone else going?
Any advices for the best viewing spots? Or parking?
I have nevr been before to St.Moritz, is it large, can we walk from the centre down to the lake for the races?
Thanks so much!
I know Graubünden tends to start its summer season a bit later than the rest of the country because of its snows. We'd like to explore this part of Switzerland, but it looks like the only time we could get to this area is early to mid-June. I've heard a lot about the mountain hotel at Muottas Muragl and thought it might be fun to stay there. The website seems to indicate it would be open, but I'm not sure if it would be worthwhile so early in the season (we'd prefer to do some hiking if possible). Would you recommend I press on to Muottas Muragl, or should I "stay in Scuol"? ;) Thanks!
I have checked the dates for the Bernina Express - it appears it runs on a winter timetable from 20 Oct to 13 Dec and the summer timetable from 10 May to 20 Oct. Does this mean it doesn't run from 13 Dec to 10 May? We are looking to visit next year either March, April, May or June. Is any particular one of these months better than another for sightseeing? Also is one section of the Bernina Express line more scenic than another - could we just do the section from St Moritz to Lugano or is the more scenic section from Chur to St Moritz. Any help with this would be appreciated. Thanks.
I'm living in London UK and attempting to plan a trip as follows:
(a) Go to St Moritz
(b) Take the Glacier express to Zermatt
(c) Come back to UK
Based on this travel plan, any information on the following would be most helpful.
(a) What is the best way to get to St Moritz from London UK?
(i) Fly to Zurich?
(ii) Fly to Geneva?
(b) Having flown to the destination of (a) what is the best mode of travel to get to St Moritz?
(c) Has anyone been on the Glacier express?
(i) Does it need to be booked in advance?
(ii) What form of ticket is needed to travel on it?
(iii) Does it run everyday in October and November 2007?
(iv) Where can I find the times that it runs?
(d) Does anyone have any advice on the airlines or airports that are best from London UK to Switzerland and what is the duration of flights?
(e) Does anyone have any advice on the hotels in St Moritz and Zermatt?
(f) Does anyone have any information on the best activities and entertainment in St Moritz and Zermatt.
thanks for your help in advance.
I need to get to Bolzano from St Moritz in Early Oct 2007.
Anyone any ideas?
Where is a good place to shop
How much is a cup of coffee these days? In u.s. dollars?
Where can you get horseback riding?
Me and my husband are going for our "babymooning" trip to Swiss and Austria. We have planned for 3 nights in St Moritz. We will be getting there from Zermatt on the Glacier Express. And plan to fit in Bernina Exp in one of the 3 days we will be there. Want to spend the other two days exploring the region and small villages near-by. That is the broad plan we have for the region.
Now for the issue - we are not able to find any b&b or affordable hotel in this area. The ones we checked out are either booked out or are too expensive. Any pointers to smaller, affordable and clean hotels? Our budget is in the range of E90-130 per night.
Thanks & Rgds,
We would like to travel the Bernina Express one way (Chur-Tirano or Tirano-Chur), but not both ways. Is that possible, coming from Milan? How can one get to Chur from Milan - I mean any way other than Bernina Express? Any other related suggestions - we are quite open at this time.