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Tron
Tron
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Mar 27, 2022 - 1:27 PM

Guidance will be appreciated. As can be guessed we are "new" to rail travel in Switzerland and we don't have a "..... for Dummies" manual. This forum and the advisors have been extremely helpful so far. We will be dipping into this pool of knowledge quite often.

Which train normal (without seat booking) does one take in Tirano to St Moritz using (benefiting) with a Swiss half fare card? I thus assume that no Italian ticket is necessary in this case.

Arno
Arno
15796 posts
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Mar 27, 2022 - 1:47 PM

Hi Tron,

I'm glad to hear you find MySwissAlps useful, thanks! Any train in the timetable will work for you: www.myswissalps.com/timetable. Except for the Bernina Express, as it requires seat reservations. It will be labeled as such in the timetable so you can avoid it.

All you need is your Swiss Half Fare Card and a discounted ticket. Then board and find a seat.

Enjoy the ride!

Last modified on Mar 27, 2022 - 1:48 PM by Arno
1960man
1960man
4691 posts
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Mar 27, 2022 - 11:46 PM in reply to Tron

Tirano is just inside Italy but the railway is owned by the Swiss company so no 'Italian ' tickets are required for the few hundred metres between Tirano and the Swiss border.

You can buy a half fare ticket for any of the regular Bernina Railway trains. Travel on the ordinary trains for a more 'local' experience with the same views as any other train.

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