Travelling to the Engadin

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You can travel to the Engadin on well-maintained roads via Chur over the Julier pass or via Klosters and take the car transporter through the Vereina Tunnel (trains run every half hour) from anywhere in Switzerland. The Engadin can also be reached from Germany and Austria via Landeck – and from Italy via the Maloja Pass, Bernina Pass and Ofen Pass.

  • Zurich – St. Moritz 200 km, 3 hrs
  • Basel – St. Moritz 280 km, 4 hrs
  • Munich – St. Moritz 280 km, 4 hrs
  • Friedrichshafen – St. Moritz 210 km, 3 hrs.
  • Innsbruck – St. Moritz 190 km, 2½ hrs.
  • Milan – St. Moritz 175 km, 3 hrs.

Road conditions

Train

Take the SBB (Swiss Federal Railways) train as far as Chur, where you have to change and continue your journey with the RhB (Rhaetian Railway). With its loop tunnels and vertiginous viaducts, the railway line through the Albula Valley to the Engadin is one of the most picturesque and most interesting railways in all of Europe. Along with the Bernina line, it has also been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 2008.

First travel by train to St. Moritz, then take the Engadin bus to St. Moritz Somplaz (change at Schulhausplatz in St. Moritz). It is then approximately a ten-minute walk to the hotel. A taxi from St. Moritz railway station will cost approximately 25.00 CHF.

SBB timetable

Airplane

The destination Engadin St. Moritz has the highest situated airport in Europe, Engadin Airport, which also boasts customs clearance facilities. International flights directly to this airport are therefore possible. A charter service connects the Engadin with national and international airports.

Engadin Airport

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