Spoiled for sunshine, Scuol lies cradled between the peaks of the Silvretta Range and the Engadin Dolomites and is known for its Roman-Irish baths and unique mineral springs. Aristocrats, authors, poets and the like have been making pilgrimages to the spa town of Scuol since the mid-1300s.
Today you can find the precious mineral water in the town’s dedicated thermal baths and fountains or in the historical drinking halls dotted along the Inn River. After your quest for miracle water, venture to the Swiss National Park or hang poolside and read a chapter of the quintessential Swiss children’s book, Schellen-Ursli.
St. Moritz, Samnaun, Scuol, Le Prese
Fish in pristine, Alpine streams
Shop at the only duty-free resort in Switzerland
St. Moritz, Scuol
Roam 80kms (49mi) of trails in Switzerland’s first and only National Park