Glacier Express

From Zermatt to St. Moritz

The journey in what has been dubbed the World’s slowest express train takes travellers across the Alps within roughly eight hours, passing through 91 tunnels and over 291 bridges.

The Glacier Express offers a journey for the senses – from Engadine right to the Matterhorn. On its relaxing drive from dazzling St. Moritz to equally sophisticated Zermatt, the Glacier Express delights travellers with scenic attractions and technical state-of-the-art achievements.

With its overhight panoramic windows, the Glacier Express opens up unobstructed views of unique landscapes.

Leg: St. Moritz–Zermatt or vice versa
Distance: 291 km
Duration: 8h 03 min

Website: Glacier Express

  • Food served at passenger’s seat
  • Daily plate (CHF 30)
  • 3-course-menu (CHF 43)
  • Catering is available on the panorama trains and can be booked together with seat reservation

Ticket
This route is fully covered by the Swiss Travel Pass (Flex) and GA travelcard

Reservation
Apart from a valid ticket, a seat reservation is required (max. 90 days in advance)

In addition, the train is subject to surcharge:

  • Surcharge low season (until 29 March 2018): Long section CHF 23*, short section CHF 13*
  • Surcharge shoulder season (30 March - 15 June and 17 Sept - 14 Oct 2018): Long section CHF 33*,
    short section CHF 23*
  • Surcharge high season (16 June - 16 Sept 2018): Long section CHF 43*, short section CHF 33*

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*Surcharge only, fares without lunch

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