Transfers and journeys to St. Moritz
St. Moritz is one of the most well-known skiing resorts in the world. Chic, elegant, exclusive and with a very cosmopolitan ambience, it lies at 1856m in the middle of the Upper Engadine lake region.
St. Moritz was the birthplace of alpine winter tourism (1864) and winter sports (1884), the site of two Olympic winter games (1928 and 1948) as well as many ski and bobsleigh world cups. The summer season might at first seem less glamorous, but it actually attracts more guests from around the world than the winter season. Throughout the whole year St. Moritz guarantees outstanding sports and leisure opportunities, cultural highlights, a variety of shopping opportunities, and world-class events. And on top of that: first-rate hotels and outstanding restaurants.The St. Moritz sun is more intense, the "Champagne climate" dryer, and the snow conditions more reliable than elsewhere. These elements, together with the lake region's landscape and the valley's cultural attraction, offer a range of attractions which are unique in their breadth and quality. Alpine and Nordic cross-country skiing, the Cresta run, a bobsleigh run, horse races on the frozen lake, polo, cricket, golf and curling tournaments, an Olympic ski jump, gourmet and music festivals in the winter, mountain biking, rollerblading, hiking, windsurfing, ice skating, golf, tennis, sailing, opera, art and culture, national parks in the summer—all within easy reach. (Source: www.stmoritz.ch)
The 350 km of slopes in the Engadine St. Moritz region have for a long time surpassed the average levels of skiing fun. Its magical winter leads you to try new exciting techniques, giving new zest to the snowy ski-runs.Corviglia, Corvatsch and Diavolezza are known for breathtaking skiing experiences. 60 modern lifts bring you to superb snow conditions from 1800m to 3300m. In this biggest winter sports region of Switzerland you will find everything from the well-known large skiing areas offering almost everything, to the smaller family-friendly ski lifts. On top of that you will find several panorama restaurants, ski huts and snow bars beckoning you with their Après-Ski ambience.
Note: St. Moritz is celebrating the season 2014/2015 a jubilee year - 150 years of winter tourism.
Transfer St. Moritz - Bustransfer St. Moritz Zürich - Transferbus Basel St. Moritz - Bus Bern St. Moritz - Minibus-Transfer Luzern St. Moritz - Transfer Airport Zürich St. Moritz - Transfer Euroairport St. Moritz - Coach St. Moritz
Exeptional polohorses on the lake: