Romansh, German and Italian. Art, architecture and events. Giacometti, Zumthor and Origen festivals. In view of 150 valleys, three linguistic regions and a long history, it's not surprising that Graubünden has developed a very diversified culture over the centuries. The alpine landscape and the people that reside here continue to inspire artists. And they leave their mark on Graubünden: From the Sergantini museum to the Schlossoper in Haldenstein near Chur. Embark on a cultural journey of discovery through the Swiss mountains.
Cultural Highlights: 10 Recommended Tips in Graubünden
Graubünden surprises you – with lots of culture. The region offers something for every taste from A for ancient town of Chur to Z for Zillis Church. Graubünden – the most beautiful stage for culture.Discover tips
In the footsteps of Giovanni Segantini
At the end of the 19th century, the famous painter Giovanni Segantini lived in Savognin. The spectacular alpine backdrop of Parc Ela and life in the mountains is what inspired some of his greatest masterpieces.Follow in the footsteps of Giovanni Segantini