The pinnacle of St Moritz' dining scene, two-Michelin-starred Ecco On Snow is where chef Rolf Fliegauf gives flight to culinary fantasy when the flakes fall in winter. A sublime gold-and-white interior is the backd…
For a peek at the archetypal dwellings and humble interiors of the Engadine Valley, visit this museum showing traditional stoves and archaeological finds.
Housed in an eye-catching stone building topped by a cupola, this museum shows the paintings of Giovanni Segantini (1858–99). The Italian artist beautifully captured the dramatic light and ambience of the Alps on ca…
This slate-roofed, chalk-white chalet restaurant dates from 1658. The softly lit interior is all warm pine and creaking wood floors, while the terrace affords lake and mountain views. Go for pizza or regional specia…
This friendly English-style watering hole serves 20 different international brews and is one of the few places open year-round.
Snow bums fill the terrace of this après-ski joint at Hauser's Hotel. Hip hop, techno and hot chocolate laced with rum fuel the party.
You can't miss the lavishly frescoed facade of St Moritz' celebrated bakery and tea room, famous for its caramel-rich, walnut-studded Engadine nut tart.
Pizza lovers rave about the thin-crust Neapolitan numbers that fly out of the wood-oven at Hotel Laudinella's pizzeria, which range from a simple Margherita to the gourmet Domenico with truffles and beef.
St Moritz hosts the notoriously gruelling Engadine Ski Marathon in early March, where cross-country skiers skate 42km from Maloja to S-chanf.
The frozen lake is the centre of attention in late January for the Snow Polo World Cup.