For a proud 100 years, they travelled almost daily on the Bernina Line. The two first generation railcars were built between 1908 and 1911. The two old-timers will now be in weekly service on two days from Pontresina to Alp Grüm and back from 15 July - 13 August. The idyllic journey in the Bernina nostalgic coaches is both historic and spectacular. The view of the Morteratsch Glacier and the world-famous Montebello Curve show that the railway pioneers also had bon vivants in mind when they designed the line. The train continues along Lago Bianco and Laj Neir via Ospizio Bernina, the roof of the RhB at 2 253 metres above sea level, to Alp Grüm, the only restaurant with a train-only connection. You can experience this pleasure trip at the normal ticket price.
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