St. Moritz is located on the upper side of the Engadin valley, famous for its impressive, unspoilt Alpine scenery.
The combination of lakes and mountains offer amazing skylines all yearlong, but during the winter season the magical winter land atmosphere of the snow in combination with all the winter activities and events, make it unique in the Alps.
A skier’s paradise because of the four large and varied ski areas of Corviglia/Piz Nair, Corvatsch, Diavolezza/Lagalb and Zuoz, with 350km of slopes waiting to be explored.
Each area has slopes for all levels, modern lifts and a great choice of restaurants, some of them with spectacular panoramic views over the highest mountains and glaciers.
St. Moritz during the winter season, walking around the lake.
Guests from all over the world appreciate St. Moritz for the modern Alpine lifestyle, characterised by top-class restaurants able to satisfy gourmet requests even on the slopes. Hotels here, set standards in all categories and events of international calibre.
For shopping lovers, the Via Serlas guarantees great shopping in a limited space. Via Serlas is located in the center of the old St. Moritz and is not only Europe’s highest shopping avenue, it also boasts the highest density of top brands.
The excitingly fashionable Alpine shopping scene entices you to purchase in boutiques, traditional sports outlets, souvenir, gift shops and exclusive delicatessens.
"The Christmas feeling of this village riding in a horse-drawn sleigh on the frozen lake of St. Moritz"
IN THE VILLAGE
1. Shopping in the luxury Via Serlas.
2. Ski fun on the slopes of the Corviglia ski area.
3. Winter Bob rides for visitors. An adrenaline experience on the oldest bobsleigh run in the world.
4. Save the date of the Snow Polo world cup on the frozen lake of St. Moritz.
5. Enjoy a romantic ride in a horse-drawn sleigh or carriage one the frozen lakes.
6. Visit the Segantini Museum of the important artist of Realistic Symbolism Giovanni Segantini.
7. Relax in the new and modern St. Moritz Swimming pool and Spa or in the smaller and cosy wellness centers of Samedan and Pontresina.
IN THE NEARBY REGION
1. Engadin ski pass - a unique ski pass to use pubblic trasport and to ski on the diffrents slopes areas of the valley, Corviglia, Diavolezza, Corvatsch and more.
2. Save the date of the country Ski Marathon one the frozen lakes of Engadin.
3. Reach Muottas Muragl the best panoramic point of St. Moritz and the Engadin.
5. Friday night skiing on the slopes of the Corvatsch ski area.
6. Ski trail, Freeride, MTB and Trekking around Engadin.
St. Moritz is a mountain luxury resort and offers a lot of hotels and holiday houses. It is possible to find an accomodation also in others villages of Engadin.
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Located in Switzerland the center of Engadin valley, St. Moritz is reachble by car and is connected by pubblic busses. It is possible to reach St. Moritz also by train from Thusis with the Glacier Express, or from Tirano (IT) with the Bernina Express.
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Visit the collection of the painter of Engadin landscape is an other good reason for a day in St. Moritz.
Bernina express is one of the most spectacular ways to cross the Alps. An unforgettable train ride.
On the epic journey from Chur to Tirano, through St. Moritz, you’ll head through 55 tunnels and cross 196 bridges. The journey will hold you captive with highlights like the Montebello Curve, with its view of the Bernina massif, the Morteratsch Glacier, the trio of lakes Lej Pitschen, Lej Nair and Lago Bianco, Alp Grüm, and the circular viaduct at Brusio.
Now you see why the Bernina/Albula line has long been the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage Property.
Anyone looking for a rather more leisurely day out can enjoy a romantic ride in a horse-drawn sleigh or carriage, exploring the idyllic side valleys or the spectacular landscape of frozen lakes along the way.
Info at local tourist office.