Getting here

Davos Congress Centre is situated in the centre of Davos and is easily accessible by public transport and by car.

By Car

Davos lies in the heart of the Canton of Grisons in the east of Switzerland, just a few hours’ drive from various major cities:

  • From Zurich: 1.75 hours
  • From Bern: 3 hours
  • From Milan: 3.5 hours
  • From Munich or Stuttgart: 4 hours

As a conference city and holiday destination, Davos has plenty of parking spaces.

Directions to Davos

Please note that in winter, you may need snow chains or an all-wheel-drive vehicle.

From Zurich, take the A3/A13 motorway (follow the green signs) in the direction of Chur as far as Landquart. From Landquart, continue on highway 28 to Davos. Please note that you need a toll sticker (CHF 40) to drive on the motorway in Switzerland. You can purchase this at any border crossing, filling station or post office.

Vereina Tunnel

RhB’s car transporter (Autoverlad Vereina) transports you and your car quickly and safely through the Vereina Tunnel , providing safe transit between Davos Klosters and the Lower Engadine.

Traffic updates

Latest traffic updates (cantonal):

  • Tel. traffic news: 163
  • Tel. roadside assistance: 140

Charging points for electric vehicles

Various vehicle charging points are available in Davos. See details

Davos VIP Transport

A limousine service for discerning clientele. Davos VIP Transport  organises bespoke and flexible transport services and transfers around the clock.

Car sharing

As a Mobility customer, you can stay mobile at all times. Davos has a Mobility station:

  • Bahnhof Davos Platz, Parkhaus Silvretta, 4. UG, PP 43, 7270 Davos Platz

By public transport

Davos is well connected, with two railway stations – Davos Dorf and Davos Platz. The Congress Centre lies between the two stations and is a 20 minute walk from each. There are also regular buses from the station that will take you directly to the Congress Centre. Trains run from Zurich every hour.

Bus network in Davos and Klosters

Davos and Klosters share an extensive local bus network. Davos Klosters Card holders can use the bus network free of charge. Bus connections in and around Davos:

Luggage service

Interested in travelling around Switzerland without having to haul your luggage with you?
Check out the Rhaetian Railway’s luggage service or SBB’s Luggage special.

Grisons Congress Ticket

Ask your conference organiser whether you can use the Congress Ticket for a free return journey on public transport.


Train times

To: Davos Platz
Departure Arrival
Train information

By Plane

Zurich Airport (ZRH) is just 2 hours’ drive from Davos and also enjoys good rail connections. Enjoy panoramic views of Lake Zurich and watch the Alps move ever nearer, until you finally arrive in Davos in the heart of the mountain landscape.

Airport shuttle

Alternatively, you can use the airport shuttle during the winter season: the Davos Express shuttle service, operated by Kessler, runs between Zurich Airport and Davos every Saturday during the winter season (December to April).