Right, that’s got your attention. If you follow our tips, we guarantee you won’t get bored in Davos Klosters this summer. And if you’re not staying long enough to get through all ten – come back another time!
Fulfil the age-old dream of mankind of flying. As a passenger of a professional paragliding tandem flight. Because Davos Klosters is regarded as an ideal flying area, all year round.
In Klosters, a visit to the Alp Garfiun, with its restaurant of the same name, should be on everyone’s bucket list. The building, which was originally used as a cow shed, lies on the sunny side of Klosters. The home-madecheese fondue is not to be missed. The Alp Garfiun can be reached on foot from the car park in Monbiel. Or even better by horse-drawn carriage.
Back to the 1920s: The cult locomotive 'Crocodile' runs twice daily in summer from Davos Platz along the wildly romantic train gorge to Filisur. A highlight, not only for railway enthusiasts.
Nine times with the cable cars up - and 10'000 meters of altitude difference on different single trails down. Are you brave and above all enduring enough for the cable car tour? The ultimate Enduro kick in the Alps.
You don't have to travel far for that Hang-loose feeling like in Hawaii: When you stand up paddling on Lake Davos you will find Aloha spirit. Insider tip: Early in the morning while other guests are still at the breakfast.
That magical moment when the sun blinks over the mountain tops and bathes the sky in warm colours. Instagram filter? Unnecessary! No wonder: The Schwarzhorn near the Flüela Pass is considered as a hiking classic par excellence.
The architectural style of Davos with its famous flat roofs is a matter of taste. Either way, you are sure to be moved. By the way: Did you know that the flat roofs are not flat at all?
Microbreweries with their special beers are in vogue. So is ‘BierVision Monstein’. Tip: Every Friday from 16 o'clock a free brewery inspection takes place. Cheers!
The ‘Kaffee Klatsch’ is no longer an insider tip. Rather, it has become a classic - simply good again and again. In short: A must for all coffee lovers - whether in Davos or Klosters.
Follow in the footsteps of Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison and John Lennon – get the rock star treatment at the Hard Rock Hotel Davos. It’s the first of its kind in Europe.
Bold colours and unusual perspectives – the works of Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880–1938) are inspirational. The Kirchner Museum in Davos showcases his work and puts on temporary exhibitions that change at regular intervals.