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Lärchenwälder im Herbst
Discover the whole variety of the holiday region Graubünden. We hope you enjoy browsing through our overview page.
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Alp Grüm im Herbst

Survey of the Grisons. Facts and Figures

Graubünden is the largest region in Switzerland, making up 17.2 % of Switzerland’s total land area. Graubünden is also the most sparsely populated region with only 198'500 inhabitants.

Graubünden is the largest region in Switzerland, making up 17.2 % of Switzerland’s total land area. Graubünden is also the most sparsely populated region with only 198'500 inhabitants – Switzerland has 8.6 million in total.

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Chalandamarz

Chalandamarz, Pschuuri and Co. Customs and Traditions

Winter is the time of traditions. During Chalandamarz, young people drive out the cold season with loud cowbells and the cracking of whips. 

Winter is the time of traditions. During Chalandamarz, young people drive out the cold season with loud cowbells and the cracking of whips. This tradition is celebrated in the Engadin on 1 March every year. The custom Trer Schibettas in the Surselva also has the same goal: driving out the winter.

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Heimeli Sapün (Foto: © Graubünden Ferien / Andrea Badrutt)

The Recipe for the Perfect Holiday. Cuisine

Four ingredients make a gourmet holiday in Graubünden special: the regional cuisine from three language areas, the unmatched mountain scenery, the large variety of events and the warm hospitality.

Four ingredients make a gourmet holiday in Graubünden special: the regional cuisine from three language areas, the unmatched mountain scenery, the large variety of events encompassing everything from winter hiking to skiing, and the warm hospitality. In Graubünden, you’ll experience the highest standards of pure enjoyment.

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