Glacier Express scenic train
This is the famous scenic train link between St-Moritz and Zermatt in Switzerland. It's a panoramic trip through the Alpine heartland of Switzerland, and a memorable way of traveling from the eastern to the western Swiss Alps. The journey lasts 7.5 hours. It passes through 91 tunnels and crosses 291 bridges and the 2033 m high Oberalp Pass.
Glacier Express scenic train route
The Glacier Express runs on the following route:
- Zermatt - St. Moritz
Facilities and services
- Air conditioning
- Audio system
- Disabled facilities
- Power sockets
- Waiter service
Facilities may differ per train and route.
Conditions for Interrail pass holders
Interrail passes including Switzerland are valid on the entire route from St. Moritz to Zermatt. Seat reservations, or dining car reservations at extra cost, are compulsory.
The cost of your reservation depends on the length of the route. You can find this information and all other reservation costs, like dining car reservations, on the website of the Glacier Express.
Reservations can be made through:
The new 1st and 2nd class panorama cars are air-cushioned, air-conditioned, wheelchair-accessible and are considerably quieter than the previous generation of rolling stocks. The new interiors are elegant and pleasant and the improved information system is available in six languages. The Glacier Express runs daily during Summer and Winter seasons and offers 1st and 2nd class coaches, panoramic coaches and a dining car.