Thanks to the Rhaetian Railway, the three villages are easily and comfortably accessible by public transport. The railway stations of Lavin and Ardez are located directly in the villages. Guarda’s train station is below the village, but there are regular post buses to the village.

It is therefore advisable to travel by public transport.
Travelling in Switzerland by train, bus, train or boat – simply plan and travel comfortably:

There are numerous ways to get to the Lower Engadine. On the one hand from the
Upper Engadine, which can be reached via the Maloja, Julier, Bernina and Albula passes, or via the Flüela, Ofen and Reschen passes and from the Upper Inn Valley in Austria. Another access route is via the Italian Livigno Valley.

Car transport If you prefer a more leisurely journey, we recommend the car transport from Klosters to Sagliains through the Vereina Tunnel. Train every 30 minutes at peak times, takes around 15 minutes. More information at:

From the north Take the A3 or A13 motorway to Landquart. Continue on the national road N28 in the direction of Davos. Then either to the Klosters Selfranga loading station for the journey through the Vereina Tunnel or over the Flüela Pass.
or over the Flüela Pass to Susch. In Susch or Sagliains turn left on the main road 27.

From the south (Vinschgau Italy): Take state road 38 to Schluderns. At Schluderns take the state road 41 towards Müstair. In Switzerland, continue on the national road 28 over the Ofenpass to Zernez. In Zernez turn right onto the main road 27.

From the east (Ried im Oberinntal Austria): Start on the Reschenstrasse B180 to the southwest. After Vorderrauth turn right and then continue on the Engadinerstrasse / B184 until Schalkl, where the road name changes to Route 27 via Scuol Scuol to Lavin, Guarda
& Ardez.