St. Moritz is one of the most famous holiday resorts in the world. 150 years ago, the concept of winter holidays was born, and the 1928 and 1948 Olympic Winter Games were held there. And in 2017, the Alpine metropolis hosted the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships for the fifth time.
Bucket List St. Moritz
Discover the 30 must-see visits and activities you should experience during your holiday in the Engadine on the Bucket List St. Moritz. Visit, for example, the Kulm Country Club, enjoy the most beautiful view of the Upper Engadine from the Muottas Muragl Mountain, or sample a delicious slice of Engadine nut cake. Already on the way? Then the Essential Guide app will show you the nearest must-see location.
The Gourmet Festival, the Engadine Ski Marathon, and the White Turf Horse Race are just a few examples of top events in the Upper Engadine. Sport, culture, and culinary art: the St. Moritz Events Calendar will ensure you find your own personal favourite event.
The holiday destination in the Upper Engadine is synonymous with world-famous events, a wide variety of sports and leisure activities, cultural and culinary highlights. Via Serlas is also famous: here, on the highest outdoor shopping mile in Europe, you will find the flagship stores of the most renowned fashion and sportswear brands.
The fact that you can eat particularly well in the Engadine is demonstrated by the high density of Gault Millau points. In addition to haute cuisine, there are also many small cafés and lounges to discover. Before or after dinner, bars and clubs like the Stübli, the Cascade, the Roo Barm or the Sunny Bar are popular meeting places for locals and guests alike.
For athletes, the Engadine is a true paradise: Here you will find a variety of sports and activities that is second to none. From downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, ice sports, and snowkiting in winter, to mountain biking, hiking, and kite- or windsurfing in summer: Between the mountains of the Upper Engadine and its lakes, you will find the perfect leisure program.
St. Moritz also offers numerous museums and art galleries. Even the Serletta car park, with its St. Moritz Design Gallery, is all about art. With 31 large, illuminated vitrines showcasing artistic posters and photographs, visitors can enjoy the artwork as they go up the escalator.