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  • 1. Schloss Salenegg

    The Castle Salenegg in Maienfeld presides regally over the oldest vineyards in the region—and some of the oldest in Europe. The privately owned castle and...Read More

  • 2. Schloss Tarasp

    The village is dominated by the magnificently picturesque stronghold Schloss Tarasp, perched 500 feet above. This grand castle lords over the valley with an impressive...Read More

  • 3. Eggahuus Heimatmuseum Arosa

    This museum is in one of the oldest and best-kept buildings from Arosa's past—it was first mentioned in a 1550 document. Besides exhibiting the tools...Read More

  • 4. Heidiweg

    From Maienfeld you can hike along the Heidiweg (Heidi Path), either on the short circular route or, for more energetic hikers, continuing across steep open...Read More

  • 5. Hof-Torturm

    Opposite the Rätisches Museum, a stone archway under this tower leads into the court of the strong bishop-princes of Chur, once hosts to Holy Roman...Read More

  • 6. Kathedrale St. Maria Himmelfahrt

    The Cathedral of the Assumption was built between 1151 and 1272, drawing on stylistic influences from all across Europe. On this same site have stood...Read More

  • 7. Kirche St. Johann

    Among the town's few architectural highlights, the late-Gothic Kirche St. Johann stands out by virtue of its windows by Augusto Giacometti. Nearby is the 17th-century...Read More

  • 8. Martinskirche Zillis

    A short train ride or drive south of Chur, the St. Martin church's renowned 12th-century painted wood ceiling features 153 panels that mostly depict stories...Read More

  • 9. Museum Alpin

    This museum documents local history and life in the region over the centuries. It also exhibits local flora, fauna, and minerals; be sure to check...Read More

  • 10. Museum Nutli Hüschi

    A brief visit to the folk museum Nutli Hüschi shows the resort's evolution from its mountain roots. This pretty wood-and-stone farmhouse with a stable was...Read More

  • 11. Obere Gasse

    Once the main street through Chur and a major route between Germany and Italy, Obere Gasse is now lined with small shops and cafés. At...Read More

  • 12. Rathaus

    Chur's Town Hall was built as two structures in 1464, which were connected in 1540. At ground level, under the arches, is the old marketplace....Read More

  • 13. Rätisches Museum

    Displayed in a 1675 mansion, this collection provides a thorough, evocative overview of the canton's development. It includes not only furnishings and goods from that...Read More

  • 14. St. Jacob

    In Klosters Platz the church of St. Jacob, dating from 1492, is the only remnant of the medieval monastery from which the village took its...Read More

  • 15. St. Martinskirche

    St. Martin's was rebuilt in 1491 after a fire destroyed the 8th-century original. Since 1526 it has been Protestant. On your right as you enter...Read More

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