St Moritz has a small airport in Samedan which is around 5kms away from the town. It can be connected to other international airports in Switzerland such as Zurich, Basel and Geneva along with several others outside the country, such as Milan and Munich.
St Moritz has a train station which serves the town perfectly. There are hourly trains which leave from Chur and reach St Moritz. St Moritz is also the starting point for the famed Glacier and Palm Express.
The Post Bus is right next to the train station and there are buses to St Moritz from Chur and Lugano. It’s a good idea to make reservations because this is a popular holiday destination and is always full. The last bus leaves at 11pm.
Travelling by car offers some scenic routes and breath-taking vistas and you will certainly enjoy the experience. However, there are no highways and in winter, the passes are all closed. If you are coming from other countries such as Davos, you can take the car train through the Fluelapass. If you are coming from Italy, you can drive over the Bernina or Maloja.
By Bus : There are local buses which act as a shuttle between St Moritz-Bad and St Moritz-Dorf. It takes just five minutes to reach the town centre from the train station, by bus. St Moritz-Bad can be reached by bus as well.
By Bicycle : You can rent bicycles to get around the town but do bear in mind that because of the steep nature of the landscape, it might be a little difficult to cycle around with ease.
By Walking : Since St Moritz is a small town, it’s possible to reach most places by walking. However, most places are uphill, and you may find yourself out of breath before you reach your destination.
By Cable Car : Cable cars are used to take you up the mountains. If you are staying in St Moritz, then numerous hotels offer discounts and even free trips by cable cars.
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