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In the village of Valendas, on the one hand, the largest wooden fountain in Europe and its historic and stately patrician buildings inspire.
In the Safiental you will find traditional Walser houses, which were built of wood. But not in Valendas. There are stately buildings made of stone, which suggest an earlier wealth.
Learn the history of the mountain village of Valendas with a total of 14 interesting stops on this village tour. The route begins at the village square with the largest wooden fountain in Europe and its mermaid from 1760 as a fountain stock and ends at the castle built 1332 years ago. It is worthwhile to stroll through the village with the brochure "Village Tour Valendas", which is available on site. Valendas has a lot to offer with its historic and stately patrician buildings as well as with the townscape of national importance. In addition, the permanent exhibition in the stable of the historic Jooshuus informs about the history and development of the mountain village.
Visit the exhibition "Valendas" in the stable of Jooshuus.
By bus (403) from Ilanz train station to the bus stop Valendas village.
By train from Ilanz station to Valendas-Sagogn station. Then go up towards Valendas village.
Motorway Chur–Thusis, exit Bonaduz, in Bonaduz direction Ilanz. Via the historic and scenic road through the Versamer Tobel, you can reach Valendas from Bonaduz after 13.7 kilometres. Coming from Ilanz, drive 6.3 kilometres towards Bonaduz.
Parking is available on the outskirts of the village in the direction of Dutjen or at Valendas-Sagogn train station.
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