Top things to do in Davos

Top Choice Museum in Davos

Kirchner Museum

This giant cube of a museum showcases the world's largest Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880–1938) collection. The German expressionist painted extraordinary scenes of the area. When the Nazis classified Kirchner a 'degene…
Cafe in Davos

Kaffee Klatsch

Mellow music creates a relaxed feel in this arty cafe. Try the delicious homemade Swiss muesli for breakfast, filled focaccia or organic salad, or stop by for cake with a speciality coffee like vanilla bean or Heidi…
Bar in Davos


Perched at 2560m at the top of Jakobshorn, this is Davos' wackiest après-ski joint. Those who dare to partially bare can soak in a 39°C (102.2°F) whirlpool framed by icy peaks. Or take your ski boots grooving inside…
Cultural in Davos


Swiss craziness peaks at Sertig Schwinget, with Schwingen (Swiss wrestling) champs doing battle in the sawdust.
Italian in Davos


Wood-fired pizza, crisp and delicious, is what this cosy beamed restaurant is known for. Or go for well-executed Italian-inspired dishes, such as tagliatelle with fresh chanterelles, market-fresh fish and tangy home…
Swiss in Davos


Expansive mountain views, a sunny terrace and Swiss grub like rösti and fondue await at this rustic haunt, a 10-minute walk from Schatzalp funicular top station. This is a superb spot to come for lunch.
Swiss in Davos

Montana Stube

Warm and woody, the Montana Stube is a convivial spot for dinner in Davos Dorf. Heavy on the meat and cheese, the menu is Swiss through and through. The fondue chinoise is highly recommended.
Bar in Davos

Mountain's Akt

DJs spin house and electro at the weekend at this funky bar. There's a great selection of beers from Kilkenny to Leffe. The summer beer garden becomes a snow bar in winter.
Sports in Davos

FIS Cross-Country World Cup

Davos hosts a round of the FIS Cross-Country World Cup each December.
Music in Davos

Davos Festival

Classical music resounds for two weeks at the Davos Festival.