Such a nice ride to the alps. The chocolate store Laderach had excellent chocolates. Do make time to run down to the lake and take pictures if you can. Such a nice trip.
Meet your guide in central Milan and set out on the journey to Tirano on air-conditioned coach. Soak up the scenery as you head north into the foothills of the Alps, and enjoy free time to explore Tirano.
Next, step aboard the red-painted train carriages of the Bernina Express and enjoy unbeatable views from panoramic windows. The around 2.5-hour train ride takes in one of the most impressive sections of the Bernina route, including views of Lake Como, the spiral viaduct of Brusio, and the mountains of the Bernina Pass. As you cross into Switzerland, pass snow-covered peaks, wild gorges, and Swiss Alps, before stopping at the ski resort of St Moritz.
In St Moritz, enjoy lunch (own expense), admire the alpine scenery, or stroll the historic town and browse for souvenirs.
After meeting with your guide, return to Milan by coach, where your tour ends at the departure point.
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Let me start by telling you I travel a lot and do a lot of excursions. This hands down was the most beautiful views. We took a bus to the train and then road the train up the mountains. They said this is the highest...More
We were based in Lecco, on Lake Como, and took a trip to St Moritz, on the route of the Bernina Express. But we didn't travel on the panoramic coaches of the Bernina Express (which has to be booked in advance) but on the local...More
It was a good trip. The package price is little high. From Milan, It starts with bus journey (approx. 3 hrs in Bus) then we reached Dogana Di Tirano train station. From there, Bernina express train journey. It was amazing. Panoramic....Destination at St. Mortiz(Which is...More
Do we need visa to enter Switzerland? We are planning to take this tour? Thanks in advance. I don’t know if we need to get one prior to the trip.
Dear Gladys, you don't need any VISA for Switzerland. Switzerland, even if not a member of the EU, is a Schengen country. If you don't need a EU VISA or you already have one, you don't have any problem travelling to Switzerland. At your disposal.