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Bernina Express Guided Tour

Bernina Express Guided Tour

Departure from Milan

Bernina Express: the best panoramic train between Switzerland and Italy. Leave Milan with us and enjoy the amazing views.

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About this experience

Have you heard of the Bernina Express?
It is a historic mountain train through the Swiss Alps: one of the most beautiful railway routes ever created.
After a coach ride from Milan to Tirano, you will get on the train to admire the Alps on a fantastic point of view.

In addition, you will have the chance to explore St. Moritz, an elegant vacation spot that’s popular for winter sports. Stroll the lake, ogle the snow-speckled mountains that ring the town, enjoy lunch or browse the local chocolatiers to sample Swiss chocolate. All food is at your own expense. In the early evening, return to Milan by coach. Your tour of Northern Italy and Switzerland finishes with a drop-off at the start point.

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Experience details
How to use the voucher

Mobile Voucher Accepted

Cancellation Policy

Cancel up to 1 day in advance for a full refund

Additional Information

A current valid passport is required on the day of travel
Not wheelchair accessible
Service animals allowed
Infants must sit on laps
No heart problems or other serious medical conditions

Supported languages

Español, Português, English

What's included

Guaranteed panoramic carriages for reservations within 7 days of the departure date
English speaking assistant on board
Travel by Bus GT from Milan to St. Moritz

What's not included

Meals and not mentioned services

Meeting Point

Departure at 07:30 by bus from Milan Piazza della Repubblica number 5, (at corner with via Turati opposite to newsstand)