The Hidden Treasures Of The Rhine

Monday, Oct 04, 2021 0

It takes eight hours to travel from St. Moritz to Zermatt, at an average speed of 35 km/h. But this panoramic train, which spans 291 bridges, passes through 91 tunnels and climbs more than 2,000 metres to the Oberalp Pass, is made to take its time. The Glacier Express is an original way to visit Switzerland and offers a breathtaking view of the grandiose scenery of its mountains. An extraordinary experience, a vertiginous and intoxicating adventure.

You won’t be bored for a single second! High peaks and peaceful lakes, vast pastures and dense forests, narrow gorges and majestic glaciers: the wonders, sculpted by the colossal forces of nature, parade one after the other past the wide windows of the train, which rise up to the roof, for a pleasure of 360°, or almost.

Multilingual audioguides and a catering service at the train station provide a pleasant accompaniment to this spectacular journey through the heart of the Swiss Alps. Read more



Learn more about


Most Read

UK Travel industry is left off the Chancellors Christmas List - We speak to UKInbound

KeeToo - A new app for booking experiences in the UK

The New TravelMole & Partner Zone: All About

Tony Evans of TProfile talks through why his company has such an impressive clientele for tech

Phil Dickinson of Qatar Tourism talks over latest plans for tourism, sport events and MKT campaigns

How wide is the choice of accommodation and activities at the Abama Resort Tenerife?

Minister of Tourism for Barbados, Lisa Cummins, talks through post pandemic planning

Apprentices could be in your company plus a government grant to help - We speak to the Mitre Group

We take a tour of European countries with Tours by Locals

A new luxury resort in Mozambique from the Banyan Tree stable We speak to Eduardo Johnston da Silva

Husain AlHashmi of Visit Abu Dhabi talks to TravelMole at WTM21

Xavier Pascuet of Calvia, Mallorca talks through how they are building back better

Price Based Country test mode enabled for testing United States (US). You should do tests on private browsing mode. Browse in private with Firefox, Chrome and Safari