Feb 16, 2018 - 11:55 PM
in reply to dakr1234
>> I searched on the SBB and RBH websites but couldn't find the PR annotation, unless you're referring to the blue train icon before 'R'?. They only have 'R' or Bernina Express.
When you do a timetable search, and the list of possible connections comes up (see attached screenshot 1), you need to click on the connection you want to get further information about it (see attached screenshot 2).
I have outlined the relevant bits in blue on the screenshots. Please have another try using the SBB timetable, and let me know how you go.
>> I can't seem to find a way to book the panoramic cars when I tried to buy tickets on the RHB website. There is an option to select seating (coach 9, 25 March, departing 11AM) however it doesn't say that this is the panoramic car.
As stated in the text from the Rhätische Bahn website that you quoted above "Reservation is not possible for standard coaches". So if you can make a reservation for a particular train, this means it is in the panoramic car.
>> Total price for single adult came to CHF 37.
That is the price for a ticket (CHF 32) plus a reservation (CHF 5).
As it seems (from another thread) you have not yet decided whether to get a pass or buy separate tickets, I would suggest you simply make a reservation now and worry about the ticket later. Tickets do not sell out, and you can buy them any time up until boarding the train.
To buy a reservation only, after putting in how many adults and children are travelling, you need to select "Ticket available" in the "Tickets/Reductions" box. Then you will just get charged CHF 5 for each reservation.
Last modified on Feb 16, 2018 - 11:57 PM by Alpenrose666
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