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Discover our Regions

In Graubünden world class resorts like St. Moritz und Davos Klosters rub shoulders with the small and pretty regions like Prättigau, Surselva or Viamala. Far from the hustle and bustle. The diversity of Switzerland's largest holiday region is mirrored in the languages: whilst, for example, German is spoken in the Alpine town of Chur or in Arosa, the locals in Scuol Samnaun, Val Müstair or Savognin converse in Romansch and in the southern valleys of Val Bregaglia und Valposchiavo and in San Bernardino, Mesolcina Calanca it’s Italian. In Lenzerheide and Flims all mountain-bikers are in the right place, railway fans in Bergün Filisur and Vals is the place for all those seeking relaxation. Or you can go to the origin of the Heidi stories in the magnificent Bündner countryside or – talking of origins – to the source of the Rhine in Disentis Sedrun.

Discover our regions

  • Arosa Lenzerheide

    Holiday for all: Arosa Lenzerheide can be experienced on 200 km of hiking paths or 305 km of bike trails, combine the experience of nature and fun, on the Schanfigg high route just as much as at the Bike-park.

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    Piz Scalottas, Arosa Lenzerheide
  • Bergün Filisur

    Holidays in Bergün Filisur bring variety instead of routine. You can hike the extensive forests of the Parc Ela nature park or discover the Rhaetian railway UNESCO world-heritage line.

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    Albula Pass, Bergün Filisur
  • Bregaglia Engadin

    Mild climate, chestnuts and mountains like the Piz Badile: Where once the Romans started out up to the Julier pass, the Bergell fascinates holidaymakers, climbers and artists with historical paths and nature.

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    Soglio, Bregaglia Engadin
  • Chur / Rheintal

    City visits, sports or cuisine – a visit to Chur has many possibilities. Switzerland’s oldest town invites you to wander around and take a trip to its own mountain, the Brambrüesch with the Alpine bike-park.

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    Chur
  • Davos Klosters

    The flair of Davos, the highest town in Europe, untouched glacial valleys like Sergig and Dischma: Davos Klosters opens up many perspectives for summer holidays– from the Schatzalp mountain to the golf course.

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    Klosters
  • Disentis Sedrun

    The hike to the source of the Rhine, the Tomasee or the long-distance trail «Senda Sursilvana» are just two paths to discover in the rich variety of the holiday region of Disentis Sedrun.

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    Lake Toma, Disentis Sedrun
  • Engadin St. Moritz

    The sunny high valley of the Engadin was formed by glaciers and is characterised by the myth of St. Moritz. Here you can combine hikes with pleasure and culture, like on the panorama path of Muottas Muragl.

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    Muottas Muragl, Engadin St. Moritz
  • Flims Laax Falera

    From the Runca trail to the Vorab Glacier, Flims Laax Falera is the destination for passionate mountain bikers. Families hike in the Rhine gorge or enjoy the Ami Sabi children’s programme.

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    Lake Cauma, Flims Laax Falera
  • Heidiland

    From the Heidi village of Maienfeld to the Heidi path in Pardiel: Travel in Heidi's footsteps on relaxed days and lovingly preserved tradition. Add to that health, wine and highlights like the 5-lakes hike.

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    Maienfeld, Heidiland
  • Prättigau

    There is plenty of variety when climbing in Prättigau, such as the Ratikon route, with highlights like Silbergeier, Intifada or Rialto. The climbing park of Sulzfluh, is ideal for less experienced climbers.

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    St. Antönien, Prättigau
  • San Bernardino Mesolcina Calanca

    The region of San Bernardino Mesolcina Calanca rewards visitor’s with untouched high moors and pine forests. Take the 50km long high level route through the Calanca valley.

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    Fortress of Mesocco, San Bernardino Mesolcina Calanca
  • Savognin Bivio Albula

    From the moor landscape of the Alp Flix to the mountain forest: On a family holiday in Savognin Bivio Albula you experience a whole variety of Alpine nature in the Parc Ela, Switzerland’s biggest natural park.

    Savognin Bivio Albula
    Alp Flix, Savognin Bivio Albula (Picture: Lorenz A. Fischer)
  • Scuol Samnaun Val Müstair

    Biking and hiking in Switzerland’s only National park: Follow the tracks of the chamois in the holiday region of Scuol Samnaun Val Müstair. Or enjoy a pleasant health break in Bogn Engiadina.

    Scuol Samnaun Val Müstair
    Lai Nair, Scuol Samnaun Val Müstair
  • Surselva

    Walser culture and unspoiled nature, Surselva in an enormously varied Alpine landscape. You will find pure relaxation in the Greina-high plateau, just as in the Rhine gorge or in the Safien valley.

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    Tenna, Surselva
  • Valposchiavo

    In Valposchiavo, the southern valley of Graubünden, you are guaranteed a stay rich in experience. Most of all for railway enthusiasts who can easily visit stations like Alp Grüm and the circular viaduct.

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    San Romerio, Valposchiavo
  • Vals

    Water is all around you on a health holiday in Vals, in the award-winning 7132 Therme just as in the "Vals water-world“, the home of mineral water. A hiking tip here is the Three Lakes tour.

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    Vals
  • Viamala

    Viamala combines exciting gorges with relaxation in the mineral spa of Andeer. The long-distance path via Spluga invites you to take a journey into the past and history even comes alive in the Casa Storica.

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    Splügen, Viamala