A visit to the Swiss spa and vacation destination Scuol in the canton of Graübunden, Switzerland's Engadine Valley. In the Old Town area of Lower Scuol, cobblestoned squares are centered on fountains. We stayed at the Hotel Belvedere, which is connected by a glass passageway to the health and activity baths, Engadin Bad Scuol. Castle Tarasp is nearby and it is a short ride to the Swiss National Park, just southwest of Scuol.
Alpy 2015: Maloja - St. Moritz - Zernez - Scuol (Engadin, Graubünden, Switzerland); cycling
Passo Maloja - Scuol
A Tour of St. Moritz, Switzerland
During our trip to Switzerland in early 2013, we discovered multiple reasons why St. Moritz, Switzerland, should be on anyone's must-visit list. The resort town offers high-end, luxury experiences along Via Serlas, where Gucci, Chanel, and Rolex are found alongside gourmet confectionaries. St. Moritz also draws visitors with its abundance of winter season sporting events; the Olympic Bob Run lies at the end of the main road in town and is the only place where non-professionals can experience a true bobsled course. For the non-snow sport aficionados, Muottas Muragl and the boutique Hotel Romantik sit high above St. Moritz, where guests enjoy refreshments and a breathtaking view.
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My Switzerland Graubünden 4K Aerial
Engadin / Bernina / Schmittentobelviadukt / Maloja / Brusio / Sils / Albula
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Travis & Heather Sherry visit St Moritz, the birthplace of winter sports for a summer adventure.
Scenes from Chur, Switzerland
Chur is the capital of the Swiss canton of Graubünden and lies in the northern part of the canton. Chur is situated at the right shore of the Rhine River and is known as the oldest town of Switzerland.
Chur is situated at a height of 1,949 ft (594 m) above sea-level, on the right bank of the Plessur torrent, just as it issues from the Schanfigg valley, and about a mile above its junction with the Rhine, almost entirely surrounded by the Alps, overshadowed by the Mittenberg (east) and Pizokel (south), hills that guard the entrance to the deep-cut Schanfigg valley.
Engadin, Switzerland Travel
Engadin, Switzerland Travel - The Engadin or Engadine is a long valley in the Swiss Alps located in the canton of Graubünden in southeast Switzerland. It follows the route of the Inn River from its headwaters at Maloja Pass running northeast until the Inn flows into Austria one hundred kilometers downstream. The Engadin is protected by high mountains on all sides and is famous for its sunny climate, beautiful landscapes and outdoor activities. ( source Wikipedia )
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A look at St. Moritz - Switzerland
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St. Moritz is a high Alpine resort town in Switzerland. It’s elevation is about 1,800 metres (5,910 ft) above sea level. It has a population of about 5,000.
The village was named after Saint Maurice, an early Christian saint from southern Egypt. Saint Maurice had been martyred in 3rd century Roman Switzerland while serving as leader of the Theban Legion.
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Guarda GR Unterengadin, Switzerland
Guarda liegt auf 1`653m, einer sonnigen nach Süden ausgerichteten Terrasse.
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5 Most Beautiful Places In Switzerland.
5 Most Beautiful Places In Switzerland
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00:16 #1. Matterhorn, Zermatt.
01:34 #2. Chateau de Chillon, Montreux,Switzerland.
02:52 #3. The Jungfrau Region,Switzerland.
04:10 #4. Swiss National Park, Zernez
05:40 #5. Lake Geneva and surrounding cities
1. Matterhorn, Zermatt.
This pyramid shaped giant is arguably the most photographed mountain in the world and therefore, also Switzerland's most famous Alpine peak and a top place to visit in Switzerland. The Matterhorn in Zermatt stands at 4,478 metres high and draws mountaineers from all corners of the globe eager to conquer its ascent – some even daring to reach its summit. Cable cars frequently zip through the mountain station in Zermatt, the highest cable car station in the Alps, and take skiiers and snowboarders to surrounding mountains during the winter and hikers in the summer.
2. Chateau de Chillon, Montreux,Switzerland.
Located in the heart of the Swiss Riviera on the banks of Lake Geneva is Chillon Castle – the four-century old water fortress that served as the seat of the wealthy Counts of Savoy. Stroll by the lakeside or parade through its ancient halls where 14th century paintings, towers, subterranean vaults, bedrooms, weaponry and furniture have been kept preserved in their original form. Chateau de Chillon consists of 25 building and three courtyards and is accessible by boat, bus or foot from the town of Montreux. This is one of the most visited historic buildings in Switzerland and certainly a top place to visit in Switzerland.
3. The Jungfrau Region,Switzerland.
The Jungfraujoch is an Alpine wonderland that has much to offer adventurers and those seeking a quieter retreat. The 'big three' – glacial monoliths Jungfrau, Monch, and Eiger – tower over rolling green meadows and winding mountain paths, making for truly enchanting views that embody the best of Swiss tourism.
In its middle lies Interlaken, a rustic town that has become a popular starting point for travellers in the region. From there you can visit the Jungfrajoch's highlights, such as the towns of Grindelwald, Murren, Wengen and Lauterbrunnen. Hike or take a scenic train trip to the peaks of Kleine Scheidegg, Grindelwald-First, Schynigge Platte or Schilthorn and treat yourself to panoramic views you won't soon forget.
4. Swiss National Park, Zernez
Switzerland's only national park is a spectacle not to be overlooked. A throwback to how the Alps was before it was touched by tourism, the Schweizerischer Nationalpark features 172 square kilometres of unspoilt scenery from snow-encrusted glaciers, verdant pastures, waterfalls and lush woodlands, making it a top place to see in Switzerland. A total of 21 hiking routes crawl through the park, giving visitors a chance to glimpse its magnificent flora and, if luck is on your side, perhaps even sight the rare golden eagles, chamois, ibexes and marmots that call it home. The park is easily accesible from Zernez, S-chanf and Scuol.
5. Lake Geneva and surrounding cities
Hugged by Geneva on the west and Lausanne on the east is Lake Geneva, a giant liquid basin that has been aptly called by the Celts 'Lem an' or 'Large Water'. It's now referred to as Lac Léman by the French-speaking Swiss who reside in the area, and the 582 square kilometre-lake is dotted with luxurious fairy-tale chateaus on its shores and stretches of hillside vineyards rise from the lake, giving a rare glimpse into the world of Swiss wines. Ferries, paddle streamers and boats paddle through its topaz waters daily.
The lake is a great starting point to explore Canton Vaud's wineries, Jura Mountains and Vaudoise Alps or the charming student city of Lausanne. Those seeking a more multicultural vibe can quickly hop to cosmopolitan Geneva, the centre of at least 200 international organisations and the United Nations. As the third biggest city in Switzerland, Geneva caters to a sophisticated crowd with elegant green spaces, enchanting museums and gourmet restaurants, yet maintains its grit with a lively alternative arts scene. One of the tallest fountains in the world, the Jet d'Eau, is Geneva's postcard photo. Read about the prettiest Swiss towns within two hours of Geneva.