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Paar im Jacuzzi auf der Diavolezza (Foto: © Rob Lewis Photography)
A hike in the Swiss National Park, a dip in the thermal baths designed by a star architect or a walk through an idyllic mountain village: Make sure you don’t miss out on these ten experiences when you visit Graubünden.
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Wandern im Schweizerischen Nationalpark

Wild. Hike in the Swiss National Park

The National Park in the Engadine is the oldest in the Alps and the only one in Switzerland. With a little luck, you will encounter the park’s animal inhabitants – such as ibexes and vultures.

The National Park in the Engadine is the oldest in the Alps and the only one in Switzerland. With a little luck, you will encounter the park’s animal inhabitants – such as ibexes and bearded vultures – when you’re out hiking.

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Capuns im Bergrestaurant Las Palas Milez in Sedrun (Foto: © Sedrun Disentis Tourismus SA, Mattias Nutt)

Delicious. Give Capuns A Try

Capuns, stuffed cabbage leaves with spaetzle dough, are Graubünden's best-known speciality.

Capuns, stuffed cabbage leaves with spaetzle dough, are Graubünden's best-known speciality. They taste slightly different from one restaurant to another. After all, doesn’t everyone think their own grandmother’s recipe is the best one?

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Landwasser Viadukt

Cosy. Ride the Rhaetian Railway

The Albula/Bernina line from Chur to Tirano is one of only three railway lines in the world that are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The highlight of the trip is when you cross the Landwasser Viaduct.

The Albula/Bernina line from Chur to Tirano is one of only three railway lines in the world that are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The highlight of the trip is when you cross the Landwasser Viaduct.

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Relaxen in der Therme Vals

Relaxing. Take a Dip in the 7132 Thermal Baths

The thermal baths designed by star architect Peter Zumthor are of timeless quality and pure elegance. You can take a dip in the 30 degree warm water of the only thermal springs in Graubünden.

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Gletscher bewundern auf der Diavolezza

Icy. Marvel at Glaciers at the Diavolezza

Whether from the jacuzzi of the mountain lodge, from the hiking path or via ferrata – the view you have of the Morteratsch Glacier is magnificent. 

Whether from the jacuzzi of the mountain lodge, from the hiking path or via ferrata – the view you have of the Morteratsch Glacier is magnificent. Adventurous visitors can also enter the eternal ice on guided tours.

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Tschlin im Unterengadin

Idyllic. Discover Mountain Villages

From A for Andeer to Z for Zuoz – you’ll find a multitude of charming villages in Graubünden. 15,000 Graubünden fans voted and chose the ten most beautiful Graubünden mountain villages.

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Rheinschlucht (Foto: © Stefan Schlumpf)

Unique. Walk in the Rhine Gorge

The river in the middle, limestone walls up to 350 metres high on the left and right – the Rhine Gorge between Chur and Ilanz is not called the “Swiss Grand Canyon” for nothing.

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Maiensäss im Prättigau (Foto: © Graubünden Ferien, Stefan Schlumpf)

Secluded. Stay Overnight at a Maiensäss

Maiensässe are rustic mountain huts located on the gentle slopes above the villages. In the past, they were a stopover on the way to the alpine mountain pastures.

Maiensässe are rustic mountain huts located on the gentle slopes above the villages. In the past, they were a stopover on the way to the alpine mountain pastures. Nowadays, many of them can be rented as holiday apartments.

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Nut pie

Sweet. Try our Nut Pie

With a filling of caramel and walnuts covered in shortcrust pastry, a nut pie is a sweet affair. It tastes best after your hike – with a dollop of whipped cream.

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Foto: © Ivo Scholz Schweiz Tourismus swiss image

Refreshing. Be Amazed by the Viamala Gorge

In days gone by, the muleteers hated the Viamala Gorge, through which the Posterior Rhine roars. Today, visitors voluntarily descend into its depths to admire the whirlpools and smooth rock faces.

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