In order to make planning your journey to Graubünden as easy as possible, we have listed different travel options for you. Use the route planners and timetables for information on the shortest and fastest journey to Graubünden. We look forward to your visit and wish you a pleasant and safe journey.
There is almost no quicker way to get from the Prättigau to Engadine than with the Vereina car shuttle train. In winter, the Oberalp Pass between Andermatt and Sedrun is traversed most easily by train. The Rhaetian Railway and the Matterhorn Gotthard Bahn bring you safely and reliably to your destination.
The usual price for a vignette (motorway toll stickers) is 40.00 CHF (26 EUR). The vignette is valid from 1st December of the previous year to 31st January of the following year (printed on the vignette). If you have a trailer or a camper van, you are required to purchase an additional vignette. The autobahn vignette can be obtained from border posts, Swiss post offices, petrol stations, etc.
Switzerland’s public transport network is amongst the best in the world, getting you from A to B quickly, punctually and reliably. Best of all, a train journey through Graubünden is the perfect intro to your holiday in the mountains, carrying you past towering peaks, quaint little villages and through lush green valleys. Over spectacular viaducts and through loops tunnels, the journey on the Rhaetian Railway takes you through our majestic mountain scenery.
The SBB (Swiss Federal Railways/Schweizerische Bundesbahnen) makes it easy to reach your travel destination in Graubünden using public transport. Please note that some seat reservations are necessary.
All winter sports regions in Grisons can be reached using trains departing on the hour or half hour. There are extra seats thanks to the additional trains. You therefore travel more comfortably and arrive relaxed.
The SBB (Swiss Federal Railways/Schweizerische Bundesbahnen) and the RhB (Rhaetian Railway/ Rhätische Bahn) both offer luggage transport throughout the year as well as ski equipment transport in the winter.
Two things are essential if you want to take your bike across borders on a train: booking a free space for the bike and an international bicycle card, which costs 20 CHF or 10 EUR in the Eurozone. Cycle cards can be obtained from nearly every train station and are valid all the way to the destination station.
Zürich Airport is one of Europe’s air traffic hubs and is served by numerous airlines. Additionally, it is ideally connected to the public transport network, guaranteeing you a seamless post-flight journey to Graubünden. There are numerous other airports in and around Graubünden, such as Friedrichshafen (DE), Innsbruck (AUT), St. Gallen-Altenrhein, Basel or even in Samedan near St. Moritz at 1,707 metres above sea level.
In addition to the shuttle bus and the Graubünden Express detailed below, it is also possible to travel on Swiss Federal Railways/Schweizerische Bundesbahnen (SBB) trains from different airports. Within Graubünden, transport from Chur is exclusively on the Rhaetian Railway/Rhätische Bahn or onPostAuto buses.
The Graubünden Express is your direct connection from Zürich Airport and Friedrichshafen to your hotel in Arosa, Brigels, Chur, Davos/Klosters, Disentis-Sedrun, Flims/Laax, Lenzerheide, Obersaxen, Pontresina, Savognin, Scuol, Sils Maria and St. Moritz.
With the Laax Airport shuttle, you can travel directly from Zürich Airport, Friedrichshafen, and Memmingen to LAAX and back again.
Every weekend from the middle of December to around the end of March (as well as Christmas Day and New Year), you can pre-book a place on the Engadin Express between Zürich Airport and the Engadine.