The Albula Bernina Railway

One of the most spectacular UNESCO-railways, the Albula Bernina was designed for steam locomotives to travel around the mountains from Thusis to St Moritz. The Albula line was finished in 1903 and the Bernina line was completed seven years later. While created to transport tourists, the mountain railway is a tourist attraction in its own right. Travelers can sit back and enjoy spectacular views of soaring peaks, deep valleys, snow-covered glaciers, and picturesque villages as they journey through some of the most breathtaking scenery on Earth.

This historic railway line consists of two sections – Albula Line (Chur to Thusis) and Bernina Line (Thusis to Tirano). Together, these lines span more than 60 miles (100 kilometers) of track and feature numerous bridges, galleries, tunnels, and viaducts that cling to sheer cliffsides.



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