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    The funicular to Muottas Muragl

    by globetrott Updated Jul 19, 2010

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    The funicular to Muottas Muragl is ´just about 4km from St. Moritz and its a great place for a panoramaview and a lot of fun for the whole family! I had been there in August, but this funicular is also working in wintertime. There is a large carpark next to the station of this funicular and the parking there is totally free of charge. On the top you will find a hotel and restaurant, read more about it on my link below !The hotel is under reconstruction at the moment and will be open again in December 2010, the restaurant is open though also in 2010 !

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    The returnticket to Muottas Muragl is 30sfr
    and is open in summerseason:
    from June 6th till October 18th,
    and in winter : Dec. 19th till Feb. 28th,
    07.45am is the first funicular every day
    and at 11.00pm the last one leaving downwards
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    Engadin Wanderpass is including lots of cablecars around St.Moritz
    and is 67 sfr for 2 days, 97 for 3 days and 127 sfr for 4 days
    all of the summerseason is 304 sfr in that area
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    A Familyticket for Muottas Muragl is available every Wednesday
    in summer from 11.00 till 03.00pm for just 99 sfr
    including the transport of all of the family
    lunch for all of them incl. Mineralwater and
    someone is looking after the kids, while
    the parents go hiking !

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    The Cablecar to Diavolezza

    by globetrott Updated Jul 19, 2010

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    Diavolezza is a great chance for you to touch snow any time of the year ! 125 passangers is the capacity of the giant cablecar that takes you up to Diavolezza in a hight of 2997 meters above sealevel. There is a carpark - free of charge - for several hundreds of cars, obviously they need that in wintertime, but in summer it was almost empty in August 2009.
    The station of the train is right next to the cablecar,and it is called Bernina Diavolezza , so it is just a few meters to walk, when you get there by train.
    The ride to Diavolezza takes just about 15 minutes and the cablecars are leaving every half hour in summertime. From St. Moritz you need about 45 min by car to get to the cablecar !

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    Walking - Caminando

    by ezaguryk Updated Apr 15, 2008

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    El mejor medio de transporte es caminar, ya que st moritz no es tan grande uno puede disfrutar del pueblo caminando. disfrutar de lo que la vida del pueblo.

    Cerca del lago hay una caminadera, donde disfruta de la vista de la cuidad en diferentes puntos

    El pueblo se divide en dos st moritz and st moritz bad.


    the best way to know the city it is walking, since st moritz it is not so big, you can enjoying a

    Near to the lake there is a walking street, were you can enjoy the different point of view of the city.

    the town if divided in two, st moritz and st moritz bad

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    TRAIN TO ST MORITZ

    by ezaguryk Updated Apr 15, 2008

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    Parte del viaje de a St. Moritz es la experiencia de llegar................. , mi mayor recomendacion es tomen el tren.

    El trayecto de zurich a st moritz dura 3 horas, y el paisaje es hermoso, solo las foto puede describirlo...........

    Part of the travel to st moritz it is the experience of getting there......., my recomendation it is to take the rain. From zurich to St moritz it is 3 hours, and the view of the scene are incredible.......

    here some pictutes

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    Transporte hacia la montaña / mountain railways

    by ezaguryk Updated Apr 15, 2008

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    Corvigilia

    Para trasladarse a la montania de Corvigilia, tienes como un monoriel que te lleva desde la cuidad hasta la montana del corvigilia. Los precios varian segun la temporada en que te encuentres y tienes diferentes ociones.

    Desde este punto puedes ir y buscar diferentes teleferiocos, lift etc que te llevan a diferentes puntos de la montañia.

    La vista que se disfruta desde el mono riel de toda la cuidad de St moritz es increible y forma parte del paseo.

    To go from the city toCorvigilia montain, you need to take the mountain railways, the prices change dipending on the season.

    you take two railways to get to the center of the montain, from here you can go to diferent part of the montain, can be on sky or by teleferico.

    you engoy a incredible view of the city of st moritz.

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    The Glacier Express

    by cfuentesm Updated Oct 12, 2005

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    The Glacier Express is the slowest express train in the world but it's a great way to get to this town. The train route links 2 magnificent resorts (St Moritz and Zermatt). It doesn't matter how long you take on this ride, the views are just so gorgeous that its worth it (as well as the price). I've taken it twice. Once from Zurich, once from Geneva.

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    Bernina Express

    by Cristian_Uluru Written May 1, 2005

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    Bernina Express

    The best way to reach Saint Moritz is with Bernina Express. It connect Tirano to Saint Moritz every hour and reach the Bernina Pass (2253 m). During the journey you see wonderful landscape. It is a great experience.

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    Zürich-Chur-St. Moritz

    by Dyesebel Written Jan 4, 2009

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    From Zürich take the train to Chur then change to Rhätische Bahn to St. Moritz.The total journey time from Zürich approximately 3.5 hrs.

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