Holidays in Davos, Klosters and Wiesen - Switzerland
Unspoilt natural beauty and mountain splendour
Davos Europe’s largest mountain resort offers all the amenities of a small town, while nestling in a landscape of unspoilt natural beauty and mountain splendour. This long and narrow town lies on the floor of a mountain valley and is composed of two linked parts; Davos-Dorf and Davos-Platz with a lively main street offering a variety of shops and restaurants. The mountains tower over Davos on two sides with Pischa, Jakobshorn and Rinerhorn to the south, whilst Schatzalp and Parsenn range to the north. All these mountains offer great opportunities for the summer visitor. You can even find the highest brewery in the Alps in the village of Monstein.
Please click here to view a short video of this beautiful region.
Klosters offers a unique combination of a renowned mountain resort and the idyll of an unspoilt Graubünden village. The diverse range of activities on offer in summer and winter is also well suited to families with children.
Nestling in what has remained the rural part of the Graubünden, Klosters, with its romantic village-like atmosphere, stands in contrast to the busy nearby town of Davos.
This idyllic mountain village lies on a sunny terrace within the boundaries of the Ela National park.
Wiesen is part of the Davos region and benefits from the free travel offered with the Davos/Klosters inclusive card which includes local buses to Davos reached in twenty minutes. Wiesen also has its own rail station on the local line between Davos and Filisur.
Wiesen is therefore an alternative for people looking for a quiet holiday hidden away amongst the high Alps who may wish a few days walking in this unspoilt corner. There are over 100km of signposted and varied hiking trails for easy walks to challenging mountain trails.
Expansive walking area with 700 km of trails ranging from footpaths through to demanding mountain hikes. In addition to the nature, rock and forest trails, the energy-encounter trail and a herb garden at Madrisa above Klosters serve to ensure quite special experiences. The Madrisa adventure park with its climbing facilities promises an adrenalin surge. Click here for recommended walks from Davos and Klosters.
Graubünden walking holiday click here for details
The Davos/Klosters Inclusive Card offers FREE and unlimited travel during the summer which gives you access on the cable cars and mountain railways to experience stunning walking and sightseeing.
Filisur - Chur - Brig - Zermatt
Davos or Klosters - Pontresina - Tirano - Lugano
Day trip Davos or Klosters to Tirano (Italy)
Staying in Davos, Klosters or Wiesen? ....
Use public transport FREE of charge!
The Davos/Klosters Inclusive card is issued to all hotel guests on arrival. This card gives you FREE travel on all open mountain railway services in Davos and neighbouring Wiesen and Klosters as well as many leisure activities.
The main funiculars and cable cars are open mid June to mid October.