8 am: Breakfast at the Hauser Confiserie
Whether it’s a substantial breakfast or a cosy brunch, the family-run business in the centre of St. Moritz serves only pastries from its own bakery, as well as home-made Zopf, Birchermüesli and fruit salad at weekends.
9 am: Vespa Cruise
A touch of italianità in the Graubünden mountains: discover St. Moritz and its surroundings on your own Vespa. For a longer tour to Lake Como, one of the most beautiful lakes in Europe, opt for the Vespa Experience from the St. Moritz Holiday Shop.
11.30 am: A walk up to the CheCha
The leisurely ascent reveals a wonderful view of the St. Moritz skyline. Alternatively, take the funicular from the village centre up to the Chantarella station.
12.15 pm: Lunch on the CheCha terrace
The gourmet restaurant’s La Terrazza decorated with Engadin flowers is the perfect spot to savour gourmet dishes, with the fantastic expansive views of the mountains and the high valley all included.
2 pm: A walk to the Engiadinais Museum
At the heart of the exhibition are the Stuben, or parlours, which are up to 500 years old and provide a precious insight into how people used to live in the Engadin.
4 pm: Wine tasting bike tour
First enjoy a bike tour through nature, then the wine tasting session at the friendly La Scarpetta tavern.
7.30 pm: Dinner at the Krone
Traditional dishes re-interpreted in a new and creative way. The young team at the historic restaurant focuses on innovative and exciting cuisine.
7.30 am: Breakfast at the Randolins Mountain Hotel
The day starts here with a generous breakfast and magnificent views of the Corvatsch & co.
9 am: Arrival at Punt Muragl railway station and journey to the mountain station
The vintage funicular railway, over 100 years old, takes you up to the Muottas Muragl mountain station.
The panoramic trail offers wonderful views of the Engadin lake landscape and the Bernina Massif.
12.30 pm: Lunch at the Segantini mountain hut
The hut was the celebrated painter’s last home and is one of the most spectacular vantage points in the Engadin. A Swiss flag flying up on the Schafberg indicates that the restaurant at the hut and its sun terrace are open. After the Segantini hike, those wishing to delve further into the life and work of the artist should definitely opt for the ‘Giovanni Segantini – Private’ Package, which can be booked exclusively at the St. Moritz Holiday Shop. The private tour of Segantini’s studio is followed by a candlelight dinner at his private residence in Maloja.
2 pm: Descent to Alp Languard
After the steep descent to Alp Languard, take the chairlift to Pontresina and from there the RhB railway back to St. Moritz.
5.30 pm: Aperitif at the Pavarotti Bar
The wine bar is something of a St. Moritz institution, thanks to its phenomenal wine selection, vibrant interior, and not least its cordial host Deny Mainente.
6.30 pm: Dinner at the Kulm Country Club
The relaxed alpine-style restaurant and bar popular with the ‘in’ crowd is renowned for its contemporary cuisine with an Italian and Mediterranean flair.
9.30 pm: Drive-in cinema
Every Thursday to Sunday in July and August, the Kulm Park is transformed into a drive-in cinema celebrating the nostalgic charm of bygone years. The big screen features classic movies from decades past.
7.30 am: Stand-up paddle board & breakfast
The early morning lake tour on a stand-up paddle board is rewarded with a delicious breakfast served by the team at Campo Base.
11 am: Suvretta chairlift or a walk to Randolins
Take either the Suvretta chairlift to Randolins and the Corviglia Piz Nair hiking area or set off on the hiking trail right from the outset.
11.30 am: A walk to the Trutz
As you make your way to the legendary mountain restaurant, you will be amply rewarded with wonderful views of the lush green meadows and the Engadin lake landscape.
12 noon: Lunch on the Trutz terrace
The cosy sun terrace with its great views is the perfect place to enjoy some hearty classics such as barley soup, lentil stew, and polenta. The delicious desserts include Kaiserschmarrn, Streuselkuchen and apple strudel and are also a must.
3 pm: Ovavera Pool & Spa
Whether you’re relaxing in the spa area or splashing about in one of the many pools, this state-of-the-art facility has something to suit every taste.
5.30 pm: Forum Paracelsus
St. Moritz has a long bathing tradition that goes back to 1400 BCE. At the newly renovated Forum Paracelsus, the amazing history of the mineral springs at St. Moritz is conveyed through audio stations and touch screens.
6.30 pm: Ludains aperitif & food pop-up
The cool pop-up restaurant boasts a relaxed and uncomplicated atmosphere.
8 pm: Dinner at Chesa Veglia
The premises of this ancient farmhouse built in 1658 provide the delightful setting for Italian specialities. One particular feast for the palate is the Pizza Dama Bianca, with truffles, spicy Parmesan, and delicious buffalo mozzarella.