Historic sites Flims Laax Falera

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The megalithic cult site is a unique center that combines astronomy, mathematics and Bronze Age cult.


The mountain village of Falera can look back on a long history. The first settlers already existed several millennia ago not far from the church of St. Remigius. Excavations in the 1940s provided evidence of a Bronze Age settlement and many finds such as pottery, grinding stones, sickles and a magnificent bronze needle from the 2nd millennium BC. These finds are now on display in the Rhaetian Museum in Chur. On a walk over the prehistoric settlement mound you will also discover shell stones and column-like boulders of unknown function. The landmark of Falera is the church of St. Remigius. The tower dates back to the 13th century.

Scientific research is currently underway to learn even more about the first settlers.

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Public Transport

The international train connections take you to Chur. There you get on the Postbus to Flims, Laax and Falera. The same applies if you arrive in Ilanz with the Rhaetian Railway.


You use the A3 / A13 to Chur or come via the San Bernardino route and take the Reichenau exit (number 18).

You can also reach Flims, Laax and Falera after an impressive drive over the Lukmanier or Oberalp Pass.


Please use the large parking lot at the entrance to the village. Falera is a car-free place and it is only allowed to drive in and park with an appropriate driving permit.


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