Breathtaking fourthousand metre peaks, charming hilly landscapes, mediaeval towns, the roaring Rhine Falls – on the Grand Tour the places of interest line up like a string of pearls. We place the most attractive viewing points along the route centre stage for you.
Welcome to St. Moritz at 1822 m above sea level.
St. Moritz is one of the most traditional holiday resorts in the world, birthplace of the alpine winter vacation (1864) and venue for two Olympic Winter Games. St. Moritz originally owes its importance to its healing springs, which have been known for 3000 years and have established the place as a summer health resort early on. Whether leisure, sport, culture, shopping, events, hotels or world-class gastronomy: the name «St. Moritz »promises a lot - and keeps every promise.
The location is the Waldhaus am See, Via Dimlej 6 in St. Moritz. Hotel parking spaces are available free of charge.
Welcome to Pontresina at 1805 m above sea level.
Wildly romantic, sunny and sheltered from the wind, Pontresina lies in the middle of the mountains - a place of peace and sport. Probably the most beautiful viewpoint is the world-famous Montebello curve, where the Rhaetian Railway crosses the street. Behind the Morteratsch Glacier you can see the highest peaks in the Eastern Alps: Piz Bernina (4049 m), Piz Palü (3901 m), Piz Roseg (3937 m) and Bellavista. Would you like a little cooler? The glacier path from Morteratsch station brings you close to the eternal ice.
Parking on the right side of the street.
The crenellated Chesa Merleda is the symbol of the proud La Punt. The impressive ensemble of magnificent patrician and inns from the 16th and 17th centuries is historical witness to a flourishing history of trade and tourism on the Albula Pass. With the construction of the bridge over the young Inn in the 16th century, the lords of the Albertini family, also known as “the lords of the bridge”, laid the foundation for development and prosperity in La Punt.