You can reach our destination from all directions: from the south, through the Gotthard Tunnel, from the north, through the Schöllenen Gorge, from the west and east, via scenic mountain routes. And it’s not far from anywhere.
Andermatt lies in the heart of Switzerland, and it can be reached quickly and easily by train, coach or car. The Matterhorn Gotthard Railway runs between Andermatt, Sedrun and Disentis.
Trains from Basel, Lucerne, Zurich, and Zug, as well as from Bellinzona, stop every hour in Göschenen. From there, you can change directly to the Matterhorn Gotthard Railway, which will take you to Andermatt in less than 10 minutes. You can find the corresponding schedules on the SBB website.
The Andermatt railway station is located centrally, and using the underpass, you can reach the Gütsch Express gondola, the village centre, and Andermatt Reuss in just several minutes.
From Zurich or Lugano, the trip on the north-south A2 motorway takes less than 90 minutes to Göschenen. From there, you can reach Andermatt via the Schöllenen Gorge in less than 10 minutes.
Parking is available at the 24-hour car park in Andermatt Reuss, next to the Gemsstock valley station, next to the railway station, and, for golfers, next to the golf course. Parking fees are charged at all areas.
Village centre: Throughout the area where the speed limit is 30 kph, parking is permitted only in the marked spaces.
Outdoor parking areas: The parking areas are signed out starting at the Roundabout North (the first roundabout when entering the Ursern Valley after the Schöllenen Gorge). Please be aware that overnight parking is not allowed at some parking areas.
Long-term parking: The Andermatt Reuss car park is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and has monitored long-term parking spaces. You can reach the public car park directly from the Roundabout North when entering Andermatt. You can find more information on the Andermatt Swiss Alps website.
Parking for electric vehicles: The Andermatt Reuss car park offers parking spaces for electric cars – six with charging stations that have an output of 22 kW/h, and six with charging stations that have an output of 11 kW/h.
Reaching Disentis and Sedrun
Disentis and Sedrun lie in the centre of the Alpine region, and both destinations can be easily reached by train, coach or car. The Matterhorn Gotthard Railway runs between Andermatt, Sedrun and Disentis.
From Zurich, take one of the fast trains to Chur. From there, the Rhaetian Railway will take you on a spectacular journey through the Rhine Gorge to Disentis, where the connecting train to Sedrun will be waiting.
From Lucerne, take the Gotthard route to Göschenen. Change there to the Matterhorn Gotthard Railway, which will bring you through the Schöllenen Gorge via Andermatt and the 2,044-metre Oberalp Pass to Disentis/Sedrun.
In Disentis/Sedrun, use the free local buses to conveniently reach your hotel or other important points in the region.
By intercity coach
Intercity coaches travel several times a day at affordable prices from Munich, Lindau, Bregenz, Dornbirn, and Milan directly to Chur without the need to transfer. Change there to the Rhaetian Railway, and in about one hour, you’ll reach Disentis, where the connecting train to Sedrun will be waiting.
As the transalpine axis (San Bernardino Pass) between Munich and Milan, the A13 motorway runs straight through Grisons. Leave the motorway at Exit 18, heading toward Disentis/Mustér, and follow the H19 for about 50 kilometres to Disentis and Sedrun.
From Milan, you can reach Disentis/Sedrun via Lugano. In summer, you can reach the region through the Gotthard, Oberalp, and Lukmanier Passes or with the A13 via the San Bernardino Pass and Chur.
Parking is available for a fee at the Sedrun railway station and on the Oberalp Pass. Other parking options are available at the valley stations of the cableways.
You can find schedules for public transportation on the SBB website and the schedule for the car-train on the Matterhorn Gotthard Railway website. You can find everything you need to know about reaching us by intercity coach on the FlixBus website.