Grand Tour of Switzerland

Grand Tour of Switzerland

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This route will lead you 1000 miles through four language regions, over five Alpine passes, to eleven UNESCO World Heritage Sites as well as two biospheres and along 22 lakes. This tour provides a concentrated insight into Switzerland, with exquisite scenic views and cultural jewels. The Grand Tour of Switzerland is an individual experience by car.

This tour takes you to Engadin St. Moritz at an altitude of 1,800 m in the inspiring high valley of the Engadin at the southeastern corner of Switzerland on the southern side of the Alps. Breathtaking views, a valley of seemingly endless expanse, thrilling contrasts, and the exceptional quality of the light: all these attributes make the region an absolute paradise. Glamorous, world-famous St. Moritz is just as much an attraction as the rugged, unspoilt natural beauty of the Upper Engadin and the picturesque, traditionsteeped Engadin villages.

Discover what makes Engadin St. Moritz so unique on the Grand Tour for 40 km.

Muottas Muragl
Muottas Muragl
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Something for the heart … and for the feet. Not only artists have been inspired since time immemorial by the view from the classic mountain. People like us are also captivated over and over again by the setting. Alone the ascent with the red funicular is a show.
Diavolezza
Diavolezza
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Where the true high mountains start! The Bernina massif vis-à-vis the Diavolezza towers above the scenery with eight peaks ranging up to about the four thousand metre mark: a veritable feast for the eyes and an El Dorado for climbers and alpine mountaineers.
Mountain Biking
Mountain Biking
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400 kilometres of mountainbiking bliss: the well-signed Engadin bike routes show you the way.
Swiss National Park
Swiss National Park
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A century ago, visionaries founded the Swiss National Park, creating a unique natural sanctuary.
Lake Staz
Lake Staz
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Lake Staz, located between St. Moritz and Pontresina, is perfect for "water rats". Well equipped with picnic areas, barbecue sites and children's playground, they are particularly ideal for families.
Segantini Museum
Segantini Museum
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The Segantini Museum, which opened in 1908, was designed by the architect, Nicolaus Hartmann, as an accessible memorial to the painter, who lived during the last five years of his life in the Engadin.
Gastronomy
Gastronomy
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Locals and visitors have the choice of an exquisite experience at the gourmet restaurant or an authentic one at the village inn - either way, they will not only discover the varied scenery but also the diverse cuisine of this inspiring high-Alpine valley.

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