1 - THE LEANING TOWER
A 12th-century landmark that was part of the St. Mauritius Church, which was demolished in 1890. Standing at an impressive height of 33 metres with a tilt of 5.5 degrees, this tower leans even more than the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
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2 - VIA SERLAS
Via Serlas is to St. Moritz what the Bahnhofstrasse is to Zurich, or the Via Montenapoleone to Milan. Shopping is a uniquely special experience on this highest luxury mile in the world.
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3 - THE ST. MORITZ GRAND HOTELS
The six Grand Hotels exemplify the glamour and opulence of St. Moritz with their luxurious feel and cosmopolitan atmosphere.
4 - FORUM PARACELSUS
The Forum Paracelsus brings the history of the St. Moritz healing springs to life through listening stations and touchscreens. The drinking fountain offers visitors a taste of St. Moritz’s naturally acidic water.
5 - OLYMPIA BOB RUN, STADIUM, CRESTA RUN
Bobsleighs race from St. Moritz to Celerina along this 1,722-metre-long ice channel, the world’s only natural ice bobsleigh track. On any given day you can watch national and international competitions or training, and can even treat yourself to a taxi ride on the track. The stadium was home to the 1928 and 1948 Winter Olympic Games, and the Olympic spirit can still be felt there. It is now privately owned. The Cresta Run is the skeleton-racing toboggan track and was first built in 1885. The ice channel is 1,214 metres long with a descent of 157 metres, making for an extremely fast ride.
6 - KULM COUNTRY CLUB
The Kulm Country Club is a memento of the 1928 and 1948 Olympic Winter Games and is a protected site. Since its renovation for the 2017 Ski World Championships, the 100-year-old pavilion in Kulm Park has a fresh glow. A must-see is the bar and historic restaurant with its spacious sun terrace.
7 - FOSTER'S CHESA FUTURA
True to the motto Nomen est omen, the Chesa Futura delights with its avant-garde structure and design. The façade consists of 250,000 larch shingles, reminiscent of the Alpine building tradition.
8 - CHESA VEGLIA
This charming Engadine farmhouse dates back to 1658. It now offers three restaurants and two bars, some of the most popular in St. Moritz. A visit to Chesa Veglia is an absolute must!
9 - SEGANTINI MUSEUM
Giovanni Segantini (1858-1899) significantly changed the artistic aesthetics of the mountain
landscape with his Symbolist and Divisionism paintings. The Segantini Museum, which opened in 1908, is home to the artist’s largest and most important collection. Updated and refurbished in recent years, the museum is hugely popular with visitors.
10 - PIZ NAIR AND THE FREE FALL
The 3,057-metre-high Piz Nair, St. Moritz’s “signature mountain”, offers breathtaking views. The site of the spectacular free fall of the men's downhill race with its 45-degree start is the world’s steepest slope.