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Klosters & Eastern Switzerland


A relaxing mountain paradise

Klosters, found in the Swiss canton of Graubünden, is an Alpine paradise and the winter playground of the British Royal Family. Located in the east of Switzerland, this region is known for its dramatic mountain scenery, stylish resort towns and chalet-lined villages. It is also home to spectacular railways, and a transalpine train journey is a wonderful way to experience the magnificent landscapes: these impressive feats of engineering lace through snow-tipped peaks, verdant meadows and rushing rivers.


Alpine charm & spectacular rail journeys

From £1,269 per person

based on two sharing in a twin/double room, with a minimum of 30 passengers travelling in a specific month

Best time to go

June, July, August, September, October

Suggested Hotel

Silvretta Parkhotel, Klosters

  • Cosy, family run, 4-star hotel
  • Traditional wooden exterior and bright communal areas
  • Modern, spacious bedrooms
  • Indoor pool, sauna & wellness centre
  • Several restaurants and a piano bar on site

Not the hotel for your group? Other hotels are available, contact us.

Hotel Photos

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Nestled in an Alpine valley, the picturesque village of Klosters is a favourite of the British Royals. Backed by mountain views, this idyllic village resort is clustered with chalets and surrounded by meadows, so it’s postcard-perfect whether dusted with snow or speckled with flowers.


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The lovely city of Chur is beautifully historic and encircled by the Alps. It’s also the oldest city in Switzerland; a settlement has been here for over 5,000 years, so it has a fascinating history. Chur’s pedestrianised Old Town is a maze of winding alleys interspersed with quaint churches, independent boutiques and charming restaurants. Its cathedral dates back to the 12th century.

Albula Railway

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The Albula Railway Museum in Bergün traces the pioneering history of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. The museum enthrals its visitors with fascinating exhibitions on the engineering achievements of this spectacular route and its legendary ‘crocodile’ locomotives. Following this, experience the magnificence of the Albula Line on a journey from Bergün to St Moritz – which cuts through mountains, glides over viaducts and climbs over 1,000 metres in this incredible terrain.

St Moritz

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The luxe spa town of St Moritz has beauty and glamour in equal measure. Deep green forests and mountain vistas surround this pretty town and its sparkling lake. An Alpine wonderland in the winter and a sunny paradise in summer, it’s often frequented by the rich and famous.

Bernina Express

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Board the Bernina Express in Klosters to experience a wonderful journey on the highest transalpine railway in Europe. This unique route swoops though truly impressive natural surroundings, from glittering glaciers and incredible bridges to balmy and palm-dotted countryside. After enjoying the stunning scenery on this relaxing trip, alight in Tirano, a pretty and historic town at the floor of a valley lined with vineyards which is found across the border in Italy.

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