The mountain railways are operating, and hotels, holiday apartments, restaurant terraces, and camping sites are also open and looking forward to welcoming you. The following measures apply to the Engadin:
Events in public spaces
Gatherings in public spaces, as well as for sports and cultural activities, are allowed with a maximum of 15 people.
Private events with family and friends up to 10 persons are allowed inside buildings as well as outside without protection measures.
Small sporting and cultural events with an audience are allowed. A maximum of 50 people are allowed indoors, and a maximum of 100 people are allowed outdoors (but this must be no more than one-third of the capacity of the venue space.)
Seating is compulsory and masks must be worn. There must be a minimum distance of 1.5m between visitors or a seat must be left empty. Consumption is not allowed and breaks should be avoided.
The federal government recommends that sporting and cultural events be moved outside and that visitors be tested beforehand.
For outdoor sports, a maximum group size of 15 people, including the instructor, applies to adults over the age of 20. No maximum group size for children and youth under 20.
Masks are mandatory if the minimum distance of 1.5 m cannot be maintained.
Indoor sports and recreation facilities may be opened with a maximum of 15 people. Masks are mandatory and the distance must be maintained between people. Exceptions are activities where masks cannot be worn such as endurance training in fitness centers. In these exceptional cases, stricter distance requirements apply. Competitions are also now permitted but subject to spectator restrictions (See Events.) Sports involving physical contact continue to be prohibited indoors. Likewise, the indoor areas of wellness facilities and leisure pools remain closed. Hotel wellness facilities for hotel guests are an exception to this and remain open.
Stores may be open provided they abide by the protection concepts and limit the number of persons as instructed.
Hotels are still open and their hotel guests are allowed to dine in the hotel restaurants and bars. The hotels’ wellness facilities are also still open to hotel guests.
Restaurants and bars have reopened their terraces. Seating is mandatory and masks may only be removed during consumption. A maximum of four people are allowed per table and the contact details of all persons must be collected. There must be a distance of 1.5 meters between tables or a barrier must be installed. Discotheques and dance halls remain closed.
Take-away services and home deliveries are still allowed until 23.00. Here you can find a list of restaurants with delivery or take-away services.
Places of entertainment and leisure
Museums and reading rooms of libraries and archives are open. When indoors, a mask must always be worn and the required distance must be maintained.
Cinemas, theaters, and concert halls may reopen on a limited basis. A maximum of 50 people are permitted (inside buildings,) but this must be no more than one-third of the capacity of the location. Seating is mandatory, and masks must be worn. There must be a minimum distance of 1.5m between visitors or a seat must be left empty. Consumption is not allowed and breaks during events should be avoided. Discotheques and dance halls must remain closed.
The tourist information offices are open according to the published opening hours: www.engadin.ch/contact/.
It is mandatory to wear a mask in all publicly accessible establishments and inside spaces. This includes shops, banks, cinemas and restaurants. You will find a detailed list of all the places in which it is mandatory to wear a mask here.
Nationwide mask-wearing requirement applies additionally
In order to slow the spread of the "New Corona Virus" as efficiently as possible, we ask for your solidarity and support. In the appendix you will find the following information sheets: