NEW TOUR – P&O Switzerland, A Cluster of Rails in Klosters
Destination: Switzerland, Klosters
Duration: 10 days
The Swiss Alps are home to some of the most dramatic scenery in the world. Set in a stunning valley of green meadows, Klosters is a peaceful quiet village, well known for being the winter playground of the British Royals; one of the cable cars is even named after Prince Charles, and both Prince William and Prince Harry learnt to ski at this stylish yet tranquil resort.
The Silvretta Park Hotel, Landstrasse 190, 7250 Klosters. Tel: 00 414 423 3435
Located in the heart of Klosters, the 4 star hotel has a traditional wooden exterior and a spacious reception area. All 94 en suite rooms are well furnished and have TV and hairdryer. There is a cosy piano bar, lounge and three restaurants. Leisure facilities include indoor swimming pool, sauna and wellness suite available at a small charge. There is a lift and free high speed WiFi throughout.
Overnight hotels: 3 star in France and Germany
Single room & sole occupancy inside cabin £186
Low berth inside cabin £15.50
Outside cabin £18
P&O Ferries Hull * Rhaetian Bahn * Arosa Bahn * St. Moritz * Klosters
- Luxury air conditioned extra leg room coach
- Overnight sailings Hull/Rotterdam
- Meals on board ship
- Inside 2 berth cabin
- 1 night dinner, bed & breakfast in France
- 5 nights dinner, bed & breakfast in Switzerland with choice of menu & tea/coffee after dinner
- Davos/Klosters Premium Card
- Entrance to Albula Railway Museum
- One way journey on the Rhaetian Bahn (Bergun – St. Moritz)
- Return journey on the Arosa Bahn to Chur
- 1 night dinner, bed & breakfast in Germany
- Excursion programme
- Door to door service (subject to conditions)
Departs approx 1530 arrives back approx 1000
We depart mid-afternoon and make our way to Hull for the evening sailing to Rotterdam. There are many facilities on board for you to enjoy, including a cinema, gaming tables, live music, café and restaurants.
After breakfast and disembarkation we re-join our coach for the journey to Strasbourg. We have a lunch break in the Rhine Valley area before continuing to our overnight hotel.
We depart after breakfast and make our way across the Black Forest region and into Switzerland passing by Europe’s largest lake, Constance as we journey to our hotel.
Today we travel to Davos, where the Davos/Klosters premium card gives you a discount on the cost of a journey on the Schatzalp funicular railway to the botanical gardens which feature around 3500 different flower species from all over the world at a height of 1861 metres. You will also have the opportunity to use the mountain railway on the Jakobshorn Mountain on the other side of the valley, again at a reduced rate.
Today will be at leisure in Klosters, giving you time to explore the local area using the Davos/Klosters premium card, which gives free travel on local trains and buses (conditions apply).
It’s a drive through the ruggedly romantic countryside today to Bergun where we will visit the Albula Railway Museum before embarking on a railway journey from Bergun to St Moritz. This journey takes us through a series of magnificent circular tunnels as the train descends along either side of the famous gorge. We then have free time to explore this stylish resort that sits 1856 metres above sea level.
We make our way to Chur today to board the Arosa Bahn. The train trundles through the town before climbing up into the mountains. The journey takes one hour before arriving in Arosa amidst beautiful mountain scenery. Time at leisure before making the return journey to Chur and back to the hotel.
After breakfast we make our way through Switzerland to the Alsace wine region where we make a leisurely lunch stop in one of the wine villages. We then continue to Saabrucken for our overnight hotel.
We now make our way through Luxembourg to Maastricht for lunch before continuing to Europort for the overnight sailing to Hull. Cabins and meals are included.
After disembarkation we make our way home.
NB: A small overnight holdall is required for this holiday.