How to get to St. Moritz

Many ways lead to the Engadin in Switzerland

High up in the Swiss mountains is a valley of lakes, mountains and light. A world where minor and major miracles of nature have created a heavenly backdrop for sports and leisure. And it is in this inspiring high-lying valley that St. Moritz is located.

CH FR IT AT DE ENGADIN St. Moritz Bozen (165 km) Innsbruck (190 km) München (280 km) Friedrichshafen (210 km) St. Gallen (180 km) Chur (85 km) Como (135 km) Bergamo (145 km) Milano (175 km) Lugano (120 km) Sion (330 km) Chambéry (495 km) Genf (470 km) Lausanne (420 km) Bern (320 km) Besan ç on (450 km) Basel (280 km) Zürich (200 km) Freiburg (350 km) Luzern (225 km) Frauenfeld (230 km) Augsburg (320 km) Ulm (300 km) Stuttgart (380 km) ENGADIN St. Moritz Innsbruck (190 km) München (280 km) Friedrichshafen (210 km) Bergamo (145 km) Milano (175 km) Chambéry (495 km) Genf (470 km) Basel (280 km) Zürich (200 km) Freiburg (350 km) ENGADIN St. Moritz Bozen (165 km) Innsbruck (190 km) München (280 km) Friedrichshafen (210 km) St. Gallen (180 km) Chur (85 km) Trento (215 km) Bergamo (145 km) Milano (175 km) Lugano (120 km) Sion (330 km) Chambéry (495 km) Genf (470 km) Lausanne (420 km) Bern (320 km) Besan ç on (450 km) Basel (280 km) Zürich (200 km) Konstanz (215 km) Freiburg (350 km) Zug (195 km) Luzern (225 km)