The healing springs of St. Moritz were already known in the Bronze Age, some 3000 years ago. In 1535, when the great physician Paracelsus praised the healing power of the Mauritian source, its fame spread throughout Europe. Johannes Badrutt, founder of the St. Moritz hotel industry, laid the cornerstone of today's world cure. The winter season became more and more important for St. Moritz and soon the rich and the beautiful came together. Numerous panorama restaurants, ski huts and snowbars lure with ambiance and lively après-ski fun.
From 2 nights on, our hotels in St. Moritz offer you free rides on all 13 Upper Engadine mountain railways, such as: the funicular Chantarella, the cable cars Corviglia, Piz Nair, the cable car Diavolezza, the chair lifts Suvretta and Signal. The shuttle trip there and back by Engadin bus, post bus and the Rhaetian Railway is also included. Valid 1.5.-31.10.
The Diavolezza aerial cableway brings you even closer to Piz Bernina, the highest mountain in the Eastern Alps. A viewing platform awaits you at the Diavolezza mountain station, from where you can enjoy a breathtaking panorama. From St. Moritz or Pontresina to Bernina Diavolezza by train. Tickets have to be purchased on spot. » When: according to timetable. Duration: half day.