Bernina Express trains typically comprise two or
three First and Second class carriages separated by a bar and
services carriage at the train's centre. The carriages in both
classes are spacious and offer air conditioning, panoramic windows,
comfortable seating and an at-seat trolley service providing light
Second Class carriages are designed to carry more passengers and
are configured with two rows of tables, one each side of the
carriage, each of which provides seating for four people.
First Class carriages comprise one row of four-seater tables and
one row of double seats. Carrying fewer passengers than Second
Class carriages means that First Class passengers enjoy more space
and greater legroom and larger, leather-upholstered seats. Fewer
seats in First Class also mean that the views from the carriages'
larger panoramic windows are less obstructed.