Travel on the famous Classic Glacier Express – one of Switzerland’s best scenic train rides across the Alps, connecting two of the most popular resorts – St. Moritz and Zermatt. The entire journey takes around 7.5 hours and crosses 291 bridges, passes through 91 tunnels and climbs over the 2,033 m high Oberalp Pass. One of the best ways to spend a summer holiday in Switzerland.
Book by 17 December 2017 and receive a free upgrade to first class when travelling in January, February or March
Part of the UNESCO World Heritage
An unforgettable experience
The slowest express train in the world
Itinerary – Classic Glacier Express
Flight or rail from the UK to Zürich and 2nd class rail transfer to St. Moritz. Overnight in St. Moritz.
This day is for your free time. Take advantage of the included Swiss Card and enjoy one of the many top excursions in the region. Explore this sunny region and the beautiful Engadine countryside surrounding the resort. Overnight in St. Moritz.
Today you take the world famous Glacier Express for a thrilling ride in the panorama carriage to Zermatt. Overnight in Zermatt.
Discover the natural paradise on Gornergrat at half price with your included Half Fare Card. The Gornergrat railway takes you from Zermatt to the top at 3,089m (10,134ft) for stunning views of the Matterhorn and a panorama of 29 four-thousand-metre peaks. Overnight in Zermatt.
Rail transfer to Zürich or Geneva and return journey to the UK.
The slowest express train in the world.
From Prices per Person in £
Book by 17 December 2017 and receive a free upgrade to first class when travelling in January, February or March.
Upgrade to 1st class rail
Upgrade to 1-course lunch on Glacier Express
Upgrade to 3-course lunch on Glacier Express
- Return flights from UK to Switzerland in economy class including 1 piece of hold luggage and all taxes
- Rail travel as per programme including Half Fare Card
- 4 nights’ accommodation in selected category
- Daily breakfast
- Seat reservation on Glacier Express
- Souvenir gifts
- Local taxes
- Travel documentation