The cosmopolitan resort
St. Moritz is one of the most tradition-steeped holiday resorts around. Even its name is protected as a quality brand and all over the world is equated with style, elegance and class.
St. Moritz is not simply a holiday resort. It was the birthplace of winter tourism in the Alps (1864) and has hosted two Winter Olympics. Nevertheless, St. Moritz originally owes its importance to its mineral springs, to which people have been flocking for 3,000 years and which did much to establish the village early on as a summer health resort.
These days, St. Moritz is the world’s top address among all the Alpine holiday destinations. While the summer season is slightly less glamorous, it actually attracts more international visitors than in winter. Here, out-of-the-ordinary leisure and sporting activities, cultural highlights, a wide variety of shopping facilities and world-class events are guaranteed. The resort is also home to exclusive hotels of world repute and excellent restaurants.
Hotels, holiday homes and campgrounds in St. Moritz
St. Moritz Magazine
This new magazine published by the Engadin St. Moritz Tourism Organisation provides a fascinating insight into St. Moritz and the pioneering feats of yesteryear. It features stories about things that move St. Moritz and the people behind them.
The first issue takes up the theme of “Lively”, which, among other things, is portrayed through a hiking tour, in the kitchen of star chef Martin Dalsass, behind the scenes at the Festival da Jazz and at the workshop where Tabeas handbags are made.
The magazine is published twice a year. It can be obtained free of charge from the Tourist Information offices in St. Moritz or by e-mail via , and is also available to download
|The previous editions of the St. Moritz magazine can be downloaded here|