AMADEUS: FG SMVBER
Sabre: FG 198960.
GALILEO: FG E5064
WORLDSPAN: FG SMVBR
Pegasus: FG SMVBR
From Zurich: It is a two train trip to which you can set your watch to through tunnels, bridges and beautiful gorges which run along the glaciers to Saint Moritz. (“Unesco” recently marked parts of the 3 1/2-hour ride as a World Heritage Site, honoring the rail’s amazing mountainview design).
From here, trains depart every 30 minutes to Samedan which takes 12 minutes. (In high summer, ensure your share of Alpine breezes in an open-air Aussichtwagons)
The regional airport of the Upper Engadin in Samedan, 5 km away from St.Moritz, is the highest airport in Europe at 1’707 m.
The airport is connected to the international airports of Zurich, Geneva, Milan and Munich and is accessible all year round by aircrafts of various categories, including medium size jets.
From Milan: The entire route takes about 2 hours and 30 minutes with the Bernina Railway “Red Train”.
From Zurich: With a duration of two hours and forty minutes, there are on average 26 trains which run daily between the two locations.
From Milan: Taking two hours and 30 minutes, your trip will be an exciting adventure.