1000 mountains, 150 valleys and 615 lakes, Graubünden has it all. From famous, glamorous holiday destinations such as St. Moritz and Davos Klosters down to small and idyllic mountain villages far away from the hustle and bustle. Hikers have free use of the cable cars which launch them directly into the Alpine world. Long distance bikers can benefit from the luggage transportation and language lovers will be enchanted by the public announcements in Rhaeto-Romansh aboard the Rhaetian Railway. Excitingly, the latter is now part of UNESCO’s world heritage. The world famous whiter than white snow is guaranteed in the higher ski resorts. Therefore over 40 top ski regions such as Laax and Samnaun are eagerly sought out by winter sports enthusiasts. Even cross-country skiers and hikers can indulge their passion on beautifully prepared paths and runs which remain frozen the whole season. This is Graubünden.Swiss alpine holidays your way.


Graubünden Ferien

Alexanderstr. 24, CH-7001Chur
+41 81 254 24 24



Surselva Tourismus AG

Bahnhofstr. 25, CH-7130 Ilanz
+41 91 920 11 00


Bregaglia: Simply AuthenticBregaglia is an idyllic alpine valley that connects the canton of Graubünden, to the North, with Italy, to the South ( Maloja 1815 m-Chiavenna 333 m ). Steep, elegant granite mountains and beautiful forests protect the small villages rich in art and history. Bregaglia is a paradise for hikers and mountains climbers, but also a quiet refuge for artists. In Bregaglia, the time passes slowly, at exactly the right pace for people wantig to escape the hectic daily life. There is a remarkable change in vegetation, from the hight alpine lakes to the Mediterranean climate further down the valley. Below dramatic mountain peaks, historic trails with breathtaking views wind their way through centuries-old chestnut groves, deciduos, romantic fir forests and isolated pastures. The unspoiled authentic landscape offers countless excursions and the opportunity to get to know a fascinating culture. Bregaglia's unique landscape is the birthplace of Alberto Giacometti and has always been the home and inspiration for numerous artists, including Giovanni Segantini and Varlin. The Maira River , known as " the powerful one", flows through the valley, fed by brooks and streams. It is a silent witness to the long and sometimes troubled history of this valley. Although Bregaglia is still geographically a part of Switzerland, the language, warmth and cordiality of the people gives the valley an Italian touch.


Bregaglia Engadin Turismo

Strada principale 101, 7605 Stampa
+41 81 824 31 88



Heidiland Tourismus

Valenserstr. 6, CH-7310 Bad Ragaz
+41 81 720 08 20

St. Moritz

The high, sunny valley of the Engadin is a paradise for all kinds of adventures, thanks to its pristine natural landscapes of mountains, glaciers and lakes.With its four main peaks and 88 slopes, up to 230 kilometres of cross-country ski trails and 150 kilometres of winter walking paths, Engadin St. Moritz is one of the most varied winter sport regions in Switzerland. In summer breathtakingly beautiful panoramic paths reveal glorious views of the towering peaks and mighty glaciers.


Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG

Via San Gian 30, CH-7500 St. Moritz
+41 81 830 00 01