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Davos Klosters

Davos Klosters im Sommer
Davos Klosters im Winter
The town of Davos holds many records. The mountain resort with is metropolitan flair is the largest holiday, sport and convention resort in the Alps, the highest city in the Alps at 1,560 metres and a spa town with a long tradition. Klosters offers a unique mix of a famous holiday resort - the British crown prince Charles is a regular visitor - and it's an idyllic Swiss mountain village. The various offers in both summer and winter are well suited to families with children.

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 Davos Klosters in summer:

The unique aura of Davos, Europe's highest city, plus pristine glacier valleys like Sertig and Dischma. Davos Klosters will expand your view of what summer holidays can be. Do you fancy a hike amidst Alpine peaks like Piz Grialetsch and Piz Kesch? Or are you looking for mountain biking trails and downhill runs? Booking a summer holiday in Davos will give you a host of possibilities and places to explore, from Schatzalp, famous as Thomas Mann's Magic Mountain, to an ecological golf course. Thanks to "Davos Klosters Active" and "Davos Klosters Inclusive", families, young and old visitors will all feel equally welcome.

 

 

Davos Klosters in winter:

In winter, Davos Klosters transforms into a paradise for skiers and those looking for an adventure in the snow. You have the choice out of six ski resorts, from the family-friendly Madrisa and Rinderhorn to the free riding mecca of Jakobshorn, the steep slopes of Parsenn and the relaxed atmosphere of Schatzalp. You can also take to the ice at Eistraum Davos or explore the 175 kilometres of cross country trails. The diverse winter sport offerings give the most elevated city in Europe its urban club scene and first-class events such as Art on Ice and the Songbird Festival.

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