Davos, Europe's Highest Town

Davos, Europe’s Highest Town

There are two direct trains per hour from Zurich to get to Chur. It takes about one hour and fifteen minutes to arrive there. You can check out Maienfeld for the legendary Heidi-Village with those old wooden chalets seized upon as the "original Heidi house", good way to visualize how Heidi had lived one hundred years ago. Chur to Davos Another one and a half hour away by train from Chur is to Davos. Whether you change in Landquart or Filisur, you can get to the heart of the Alps, Davos. Sm... [ read more ]

Lower Engadine's Scuol and Chur

Lower Engadine’s Scuol and Chur

The main resort of 1,250 metres in Lower Engadine is the health spa, Scuol. Next to it and around it are twenty-five other mineral springs. Bogn Engiadina complex is worth a visit, it is located at Stradun and opens from 8am. Admission is CHF 25 and if you are a wanderer adventurous enough, you could see those incredibly quaint looking Engadine cobbled squares and dwellings in Lower Scuol. Hiking and Biking Possibilities In about two hours if you take a train from Chur to Scuol-Tarasp, you... [ read more ]

Grison, the Biggest Swiss Canton

Grison, the Biggest Swiss Canton

Here in Grison, it hosts many popular resorts such as St. Moritz, Films-Laax-Falera, Scuol and Davos to name a few. Famously known for sports, you can find 150 valleys, 615 lakes, small villages, and beautiful mountain landscapes. There is the Swiss National Park, hiking places, adventures, and biking trails. Take the Glacier Express or Palm Express through the Grison area, You can also try the Bernina Express or the Engadin Express. Films, Laax, Falera (Surselva) These are linked sports r... [ read more ]