You can reach us by car, by train or, plane. If you arrive by public transport, we pick you up at the St. Moritz station. Please notify us of your arrival time in advance.
Travelling by train
Up until Chur, you can travel by SBB (Swiss Federal Railways). From Chur, you continue your trip with the most modern express train of the RhB (Rhaetian Railway), through twisting tunnels and over dizzying viaducts. The journey from Zurich to St. Moritz is 400 km and takes about 3 1/2 hours.
Transfers to and from St. Moritz station
Let us know your travel time and we will pick you up at St. Moritz railway station. The same applies for your departure between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m.
Travelling by car
St. Moritz is located in the Upper Engadine and is accessible via a network of well-built Alpine roads. It takes around three hours to drive from Zurich and Milan and four hours from Munich.
|Zurich via Chur und Julier Pass - St. Moritz||200||3|
|Milano, via Chiavenna and Maloja Pass - St. Moritz||175||3|
|Munich, via Landeck - St. Moritz||300||4|
|Basel, via Zurich, Chur, Julier Pass - St. Moritz||250||4|
Travelling by plane
The Upper Engadine regional airport in Samedan, located 5 km from St. Moritz, situated at 1,707 metres above sea level and thus it is the highest airport in Europe. There are good flight connections to the international airports of Zurich, Geneva, and Basel. Samedan - St. Moritz can be reached year-round by airplanes of various sizes, including mid-sized jets.
More about Samedan Airport
Swiss International Air Line