Oct 21, 2019 - 11:50 PM
in reply to Micheleang17
A few comments:
1) I’ve decided to take the train from 1.Zurich airport to Munich
Great news - much nicer than the bus. I see there are still three direct trains in the new timetable which is a good compromise with the ongoing improvemnet work.
2. Munich to St Moritz. Staying in Sils-im Engadin area and train or tram to St Moritz for sightseeing/exploring.
Sils (Engadin) is not on a railway line. You will have to take the local bus
There are no trams in any of the places you are visiting, just trains
3. St Moritz to Zermatt (still deciding between Glacier Express or Normal train). Staying In Tasch area and train or tram to Zermatt for sightseeing/exploring.
As per previous there are no trams.
For Täsch to Zermatt (for me Täsch is spoiled by the huge car park - I prefer staying in Zermatt village) you either pick up a normal MGB Visp - Zermatt train or you get the car drivers shuttle service train
4. Zermatt to Milan
Based on the above travelling pattern, Eurail don’t seems to be worth it. For the travel days in St Moritz, I’m considering between the Sleep+Ski pass and the graubünden pass. Are there any other pass or cards for traveling within the Graubunden area?
You may well get a tourist card from your accomodation for use on the buses in the immediate St Moritz area, otherwise Graubünden pass may be best, although a Swiss travel pass flexi might be better for you in the long run for the whole trip
4a. Similarly for Zermatt area, Are there any other pass or cards for traveling within the Valais area?
Nothing else practical for the Valais region
Last modified on Oct 21, 2019 - 11:56 PM by 1960man