Tirano: Bernina Red Train and Cablecar to Diavolezza Refuge
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- Duration: 1 day
Spend a day admiring unique panoramas of the Swiss Alps whilst traveling on the famous Bernina Red Train, which in 2010 was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. You will leave from Tirano, an ancient Italian town known for its Renaissance Basilica and its 18th-century palaces, churches and gates. Tirano is also famous for the excellent red wines made from Nebbiolo grapes, and culinary specialities like pizzoccheri, bresaola and alpine cheeses. You will board the Bernina Red Train in Tirano, climb the Swiss Valposchiavo Valley and start the descent into the Engadin Valley until you reach Diavolezza station, where you'll take the cable car up to Diavolezza Refuge (3000 meters), also called the "Ballroom of the Alps". Here you'll to enjoy the stunning view on the Piz Bernina and have free time to enjoy a drink or lunch at the refuge. On your way back to Tirano, where the experie...
Treat yourself to a 2.5-hour private guided tour aboard the famous Bernina Red Train from Tirano in Italy to St. Moritz in Switzerland. Be amazed by the fascinating history of the Rhaetian Railway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and by the beauty of the landscapes along the route.
Meet your private tour guide in front of the Tirano Rhaetian Railway station, where you will board the train and begin your adventure.
Cross the border into Switzerland and climb along the Valposchiavo, passing the famous Brusio helical viaduct. Travel by the breathtaking Poschiavo Lake before climbing to reach the highest railway station in the Alps.
Continue through the Val Bernina to St. Moritz. Take in views of the Piz Bernina and the Morteratsch glacier before beginning the journey back to Tirano.
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