Welcome to St. Moritz, the glimmering jewel in Switzerland's crown, where luxury, nature and cultural richness coexist harmoniously. This mesmerising Alpine destination beckons with its invigorating blend of world-class winter sports, high-end fashion, delectable gastronomy, vibrant art scene and breathtaking landscapes.
Discover the radiant charm of St. Moritz, enveloped by the majestic Alpine peaks and serenaded by serene lakes. Here, the sun shines for an astounding 322 days a year, offering enchanting vistas and an exceptional climate. Whether it's the snowy panorama during winter or the lush green landscapes of summer, the ethereal beauty of St. Moritz is a year-round spectacle.
As the birthplace of winter tourism, St. Moritz is renowned for its premier skiing and snowboarding experiences. Home to the iconic Cresta Run and an array of winter sporting events, St. Moritz promises exhilarating thrills for both novices and seasoned athletes.
St. Moritz showcases an exquisite collection of high-end boutiques and designer stores. Wander along Via Serlas, and indulge in the luxurious offerings from international fashion houses, artisan jewellers and local boutiques.
With a rich cultural heritage and thriving art scene, St. Moritz is a cultural treasure trove. Explore the wealth of galleries, museums and architectural marvels, or immerse yourself in local festivals and traditions that bring the vibrant spirit of St. Moritz to life.
Experience the glitz and glamour of St. Moritz's nightlife. Renowned for its high-spirited bars, lounge bars and nightclubs, St. Moritz promises memorable nocturnal adventures.
Centrally poised in the heart of Upper Engadin within the Swiss canton of Graubünden, St. Moritz is a unique mountain escape perched at an altitude of 1,800 metres above sea level. This luxury destination is conveniently accessible by road, rail and even private jet via the Engadine Airport in Samedan, making it a perfect choice for 'luxury travel to the Swiss Alps'.
St. Moritz boasts a remarkable Alpine climate characterised by over 300 days of sunshine and mild, dry weather, a feature that has made it a popular 'year-round Swiss resort'. Day and night, as well as seasonal temperature variations, are part of the charm, along with the refreshing Maloja wind, a boon for windsurfers and sailors alike.
The local currency, the Swiss Franc (CHF), is referred to as 'Stutz' by locals, adding to the region's character. The minor unit of this currency is the 'Rappen'.
Reflecting its cultural diversity, Graubünden's official languages include German, Italian and Romansh, the traditional Engadine language. The latter is still taught in schools and widely spoken by locals, adding to the region's rich linguistic heritage.
Whether you're planning to explore the 'winter wonderland of St. Moritz' or enjoy the 'summer Alpine adventures', remember that the Alpine climate influences the dress code. Winter requires warm jackets, gloves and hats, while summer calls for light jackets and sunglasses. Evening events often follow the 'dress to impress' motto, though formal attire isn't always mandatory.
When it comes to dining in St. Moritz, the variety spans from 'authentic Italian pizzas and pasta' to Asian cuisine and local dishes. From fine dining to cosy and casual eateries, the gastronomic scene in St. Moritz is sure to satisfy all palates. Be sure to try local specialities like Swiss cheese fondue, pizziocheri or capuns.
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We invite you to explore Switzerland, a country that seamlessly marries elegance and adventure, tradition and modernity.
Enjoy the endless possibilities and bespoke experiences that await in this Alpine paradise.