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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Switzerland is the beautiful, majestic, clean and mountainous . The rail system is very efficient and the carriages clean and up to date. Our family 2 Adults and 2 teenage daughters really enjoyed traveling the beautiful mountains by train passing through small villages, seeing really...More

Thank Weilong
Reviewed 13 June 2018

We took the Bernina Train Line from Tirano. First we took a bus from Milano to Tirano. It was not what was advertised. I was very disappointed and uncomfortable. For example, the ad said we would see the lake of Thun, That is why we...More

Thank Stewart S
Reviewed 2 June 2018

We took a cog train day trip to the quaint town of Poschiavo at the end of the Bernina pass cog railway. The views are incredible going from low valleys, to high meadows and snow covered mountains. We then had a great lunch at Caffe...More

Thank John G
Reviewed 1 May 2018

I seem not to be able to find words for this attraction, it's one of the most amazing rides I have been on. We boarded a bus from Lugano that took us through some very picturesque countryside to Tirano in Italy. Here we got onto...More

Thank Garrett - A
Reviewed 12 February 2018

Stopped at Osprizio Bernina, Europe's highest train station. In winter when covered in snow this is a spectacular view. On the other hand, without suitable equipment you won't be able to move around much. There is no accessible road from the train station only a...More

Thank David L
Reviewed 18 January 2018

the Bernina express is a must for all sightseers. A warm and comfortable ride down to Torino, although we had a white out it was still very memorable. I think we might return in summer to see the scenery

Thank terrypj
Reviewed 26 November 2017

The Bernina Express trains goes in two directions - from Tirano, Italy to Chur, Switzerland or the other way around. We boarded the bus from Lugano and the three hours bus ride took us through scenic lake route (Lake Lugano and Lake Como) and finally...More

Thank eddiesng
Reviewed 14 November 2017

The Bernina Pass and train ride was an my most unforgettable experience in my whole life. It was like your on Christmas Land. Every turn of the train as it ascends the mountain pass was awesome. It was worth the trip. I booked for the...More

Thank gtrkitek2017
Reviewed 2 September 2017

My wife and I took the Glacier or Bernina Express (red train) from Torino, Italy to St. Moritz, Switzerland on 8/10/17. We traveled in one of the panoramic cars and this trip did not disappoint. The trip was great and combined the wonder of engineering...More

Thank Robert D
Reviewed 2 September 2017

Travelled on the bernina express from St Moritz to Tirano in Italy.the journey took about 3 hours on a beautiful slow train over the Bernina pass the scenery was outstanding,although the weather was a little damp which impeded the views somewhat. But a delightful journey...More

Thank Richard S
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