Autumn in the mountains can be sporty, romantic, relaxing and fun. In St. Moritz you get an extra urban feeling due to lots of cultural highlights and places with big city vibes. A cosmopolitan in midst of alpine beauty. We hope to inspire you and wish you a golden autumn.
Just lean back, relax, and take in the fabulous views over the high valley. When you find yourself whiling away the hours enjoying the wonderful sun terraces, the world suddenly seems to turn more slowly. And if, on top of that, you also manage to savour the culinary delights on offer at the hotels, restaurants and mountain huts in and around St. Moritz, then no doubt you are a genuine epicurean connoisseur.
More info: ww.stmoritz.com/lifestyle/
The Engadin’s network of hiking paths and trails is said to be 580 km long. Nobody knows for sure, but one thing is certain: every mile of it is a nature adventure in itself. Let yourself be inspired by the landscapes and sharpen your eye for detail. Each hike is packed full of treasures waiting to be discovered and, with a little luck, you’ll be able to spot marmots, ibex, and even an eagle.
More info: www.stmoritz.com/hiking
The Landgasthof Meierei St. Moritz is wonderful place with a view on to St. Moritz. Specially celebrated is their rich sunday brunch. Thus, within a few steps you're out in nature for a little digestion walk. Meierei goes for one hundred percent locally and regional products.
More info: www.meierei-stmoritz.ch
The Hotel Laudinella at St. Moritz Bad is famous for its versatile cultural program. Weather you like comedy, readings or music… it is already a joy to read the program, even more to fully embrace performance art and cabaret at the incredible location "Reine Victoria".
More info: www.stmoritz.com/laudinella
Not only since St. Moritz was awarded the “Wellness Destination” label in 2017 by the Swiss Tourism Association, our guests love our Alpine resort for its exclusive wellness sites and programs. Sports facilities, wellness hotels, massage treatments, steam baths … thanks to the «Spa Nights», you can enjoy those and other treats day and night!"
More info: www.stmoritz.com/spa-nights
The Rhaetian Railway runs along this UNESCO World Heritage route from St. Moritz to Tirano, linking vastly different climate zones, language regions and cultures. So lean back and enjoy a kaleidoscope of wonderful views of the vast Lago Bianco, the glaciers of the Bernina Massif or deep into the valley of Valposchiavo.
More info: www.engadin.ch/bernina-express
From the moment you sit down, you feel as though you’ve been personally invited to supper at friend’s wine-cellar. A small Italian menu is prepared in the kitchen and brought out to long, community-minded tables, designed to encourage dialogue with neighboring parties from across the globe.
More info: www.stmoritz.com/pavarotti-friends
Once a small stable in the centre of the village of Stampa, Atelier Giacometti became the place where the painter Giovanni Giacometti and his equally famous son Alberto worked from 1906. Thus, world-famous works were created in the place where hay was once stored. The Atelier is the only studio open to the public to have been preserved as the two artists’ work space.
More info: www.centrogiacometti.ch/ (in german only)
Take a leisurely walk around Lake St. Moritz, watch the ducks, and enjoy the views of the village. Or, go all sporty and put on your running shoes. As the light and colour of the lake changes several times in the course of a day, you can run five times a day and each time it'll be a new experience. And if you just can’t get enough of the beauty of nature, then take the turn-off leading to the nearby Lej da Staz (Lake of Staz), a truly idyllic little gem.
More info: www.engadin.ch/lake-stmoritz
Giovanni Segantini played an important role in reviving Alpine painting and as a representative of Symbolism at the end of the 19th century. Parallels are often drawn between the different phases in his life – Arco in South Tyrol, Milan, the Brianza region to the north of Milan, Savognin in Oberhalbstein, Maloja in the Engadine and finally the Schafberg mountain high above Pontresina – and the sharp rise in his career as an artist, aptly coined in the phrase: «Ever higher – ever more famous».
More info: www.stmoritz.com/segantini-museum
THE BEAT will be open all summer long through to the end of September for both group and private classes! THE BEAT will also host various events and retreats throughout the summer season. Keep up with THE BEAT through instagram @thebeat.fit not to miss a thing and stay fit.
More info: www.engadin.ch/the-beat
In the heart of St. Moritz, the finest cakes, exquisite pralines, the original Engadin nut torte, and many other delicacies vie for attention in immaculately clean display counters. But simply admiring these delicious treats would be to miss out: indeed, not even Coco Chanel could resist these sweet temptations.
More info: www.stmoritz.com/hanselmann
Take off from Samedan, Europe’s highest aerodrome, and enjoy an impressive bird’s-eye-view experience. Below you, the Engadin’s famous mountains appear from a completely different and fascinating angle. Discover a high-alpine wonderland on this breathtaking scenic flight.
More info: www.stmoritz.com/heli-bernina
With its open meadows and pastures, shaded woodland areas and multitude of contrasting paths, Val Fex is an unrivalled hiking paradise in summer. The only sounds you’ll hear are the cheerful tinkling bells of horse-drawn carriages and the crunching of your own footsteps.
More info: www.sils.ch/discover-fex-valley
More than just home: Mili Weber transformed her four walls into a fairy-tale, a total artwork featuring delightfully detailed paintings. On a guided tour through the colourful interior, visitors are able to find out curious and moving facts about the artist and her flower children.
More info: www.stmoritz.com/mili-weber-haus
Fly fishing is definitely trending, whether it’s standing in a river, from a boat, or from the lake shore. The Engadin has plenty of flowing waters to sustain innumerable fish-rich sites. Contact the tourist information office to find out more about permits and book an experienced guide to make your day in or out on the water a memorable experience.
More info: www.engadin.ch/fly-fishing