St. Moritz

St. Moritz offers visitors what they have come to expect in a typical Swiss city- ski slopes, chalets, the Alps and the Lake. St. Moritz is basically known for its ski resorts, but there are a few sightseeing destinations apart from the ski slopes that are worth visiting.

The Segantini Museum and Engadin Museum offer you a chance to spend a relaxed afternoon strolling from display to display. If you wish to dine in St. Moritz, then you will find many cozy restaurants near the Lake. The traditional “Raclette” is something you must taste to get acquainted with the local flavors. Other St. Moritz gourmet specialties include fish prepared in many different ways. The Kurhaus and the Grishchuna Restaurant are specially recommended.

St. Moritz also has many pubs and discotheques for the ardent clubber. They are frequented by ski enthusiasts from all over the world, who come here for drinks and entertainment after a day spent skiing on the Alpine slopes of St. Moritz.

Skiing is the biggest draw for tourists to St. Moritz. Adventure sports in Switzerland and winter sports in Switzerland are both enriched by the skiing, trekking and sledging facilities in St. Moritz.

The ski slopes of St. Moritz feature sloped that have gradients varying from gentle to very steep. So whether you are a novice or an expert, St. Moritz skiing will have something to offer you.