Excursions & Sight Tickets in Davos

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Can Davos really be seen in a single day?

Whether you are visiting for a couple of days or a few weeks, there is something for everyone to enjoy in Davos. It is home to several ski areas and offers a wide variety of activities in the summer months, including swimming, mountain biking, hiking, and sailing on Lake Davos.

Alpinum Schatzalp

Located within the historical Schatzalp Hotel in Davos, the Alpinum Schatzalp is a private botanical garden. It contains over 5000 different plant species. It was founded as a botanical sanatorium for tuberculose patients. It was established in 1900 and features a unique landscape.

The Alpinum has a large collection of plants from around the world. It includes 80 different varieties of Edelweiss and 300 different Enziane. The majority of the plants are in bloom from June to September.

You can visit the alpine garden on a guided tour. There are name plates on each plant to help you identify it. You can also learn about the medicinal properties of the plants. You can find a bench with an incredible view of the Landwasser Valley.

The Alpinum Schatzalp is open until October. It costs CHF 5 per person and kids under 16 years old can enter for free. The entry ticket is available at the hotel reception.

Alfred Vogel Garden of Medicinal Herbs

Located in the Appenzell region of Switzerland, the Alfred Vogel Garden of Medicinal Herbs is a must see if you are looking for a bit of nature. You can find a variety of herbal plants in this garden, which is open from June to September.

Alfred Vogel was an expert on plants and the benefits of using them. He was one of the pioneers of modern natural medicine. He was also the author of several health books. In addition, he founded the A.Vogel company, which today sells herbal remedies.

There is an interesting museum at the A.Vogel headquarters in Teufen. It is a great place to learn about the power of plants and the benefits of herbal remedies. The museum is free to enter, and opens during regular business hours.


Nordic walking

Whether you're a beginner or an expert, Davos Nordic walking trails are perfect for you. Not only do they offer a variety of routes for you to choose from, but they're also relatively flat. They're ideal for families with children, or for seniors who want to get in some exercise.

Some of the most popular winter hiking spots are on the Hohe Promenade, which offers impressive views of the city of Davos and its surrounding mountains. It's also an excellent place for ice skating.

Davos is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Switzerland, and offers a number of outdoor activities to suit any taste or level of fitness. It's also well connected by trains and automobiles.

The city's trail network includes over 100 km of classic trails, which are perfectly prepared for Nordic walking. There are also special dog trails, which are ideal for your furry friend.

Cross-country skiing

Located in the Swiss Alps, Davos is one of the most popular destinations for cross-country skiing in the world. The cross-country skiing season starts at the end of October and continues until after Easter. In the Davos and Klosters area, you can explore more than 175km of trails.

The cross-country skiing world cup is held in Davos every year. This event is a good example of what cross-country skiing in Davos is all about. The venue is the Fluelatal valley, and the athletes compete against each other to claim World Cup points.

The best part is that you don't have to pay a dime to take part. The town of Davos has more than 172km of free cross-country ski trails that start from the town center and extend to the quiet side valleys. The city also offers a variety of early-season training opportunities.


Igloo village

Located in Davos, Switzerland, Igloo Village Davos Klosters is a unique hotel that is built entirely out of ice and snow. The resort is 2,620 meters above sea level and offers guests a variety of rooms. These igloos are designed for couples and small groups. Guests are provided with a cozy sleeping area with a view of the mountains.

The interior of the igloo is decorated with beautiful snow and ice art. International artists carve enchanting fantasy worlds into the ice. You can also take a snowshoe walk or visit the igloo's restaurant. Afterwards, relax in the wooden stone sauna.

Igloo villages in Europe are open from Christmas to early April. Several types of igloos are available. You can choose to stay overnight or just for a day. Some igloos have a private bathroom, but others have shared toilets. Some rooms even have power stations.

Excursions and day trips from Davos

Located in the Alps of Grisons, Davos is a famous international holiday destination. It is the main sports and health centre of the region and is also home to the World Economic Forum.

The area of Davos is in the canton of Graubunden and is known for its many outdoor and indoor activities. There are six ski areas and 100 kilometers of cross-country skiing tracks. There are numerous restaurants and apres-ski activities in the area, too.

Davos is a great place for hiking and mountain biking. The trails are well maintained and are comfortable to walk and stroll on. There are 700 km of hiking trails in the area. These trails are used by people of all ages and abilities. There are several marked round routes.

One of the most popular hikes is the Sertig to Durrboden. It is also worth a visit is the Davos Platz, which is about four kilometers long and offers panoramic views of the mountains.

A great hiking trail is the Strelapass, which is a 19-kilometre route that takes around six hours to complete. The trail starts at the Jakobshorn cable car and travels through Clavadeler forest. Its total ascent is around 10,000 metres.

If you're interested in winter sports, then Rinerhorn is an ideal destination. The resort offers 49 kilometers of ski slopes and snowboarding. There are lifts to take you up the pistes. You can even enjoy an Alpine petting zoo with your kids at the summit station.

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