Zuoz

Tradition-conscious and authentic

Zuoz

Tradition-conscious and authentic

Zuoz

Tradition-conscious and authentic

The picturesque village setting of Zuoz is regarded as the most beautiful in the Engadin, delighting visitors with its preserved and authentic Romanesque village atmosphere. So it’s no surprise that it’s of national significance. Impressive patrician houses such as the Chesa Planta proudly showcase their characteristic bay windows and sgraffito embellishments, with numerous art galleries yet another attraction for those with an interest in culture. There are also plenty of culinary treats in store from the authentic restaurants specialising in their very own take on contemporary alpine Engadin cuisine. And as the wide range of leisure activities demonstrates, time does not stand still in this tradition-conscious village of 1,300 inhabitants: they include the family-friendly ski area with its many attractions, the children’s ski school with the remodelled Kinderland, the ice rinks and toboggan runs, and the Sur En Nordic Centre.
Friends of enticing aromas are certain to make their way to Europe’s highest coffee-roasting facility – and retrace the history of coffee itself at the Caferama Badilatti.
Families, for their part, feel utterly at ease in Zuoz, a village that has been awarded the ‘Family Destination’ seal of quality and has everything on offer to delight children and families alike and make their holidays a complete success.

 

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