St. Moritz is among the best ski resorts in the world. Having hosted the Winter Olympic twice, St. Moritz is a sophisticated and wonderful town equipped with the best of facilities. St. Moritz finds a beautiful location in the center of the Engadin Valley and visitors can enjoy some amazing views of the natural surroundings. The town offers visitors with the most exciting skiing slopes and the world’s only Cresta Run.
St. Moritz is home to some beautiful pieces of architecture and interesting museums. The Leaning Tower is one of the main landmarks of St. Moritz. The town has been the inspiration for the Heidi stories written by Johanna Spyri. The Segantini Museum was established in 1908 and is dedicated to the art work of Giovanni Segantini. There are four skiing regions around St. Moritz that give avid skiers around 350km of exciting slopes. Mountain biking, hiking and walking are among the other activities that visitors can enjoy around St. Moritz.
When it comes to shopping, Via Serlas is the best street for shopping in St. Moritz. The Via Serlas is one of the most luxurious shopping streets in the country and features retail stores of top brands. There are several souvenir shops also in St. Moritz where visitors can find a variety of items.
The nearest airport to St. Moritz is the Samedan Airport which is about 5km away from the town. Those who can afford private flights can land at the Samedan Airport.
The nearest major airport to St. Moritz is the Zurich Airport which is about 125 miles from the town. From the Zurich Airport visitors can take the SBB train till Chur and from there the RHB train to St. Moritz. There is an hourly train available from Chur to St. Moritz. The entire journey can take about 4 hours but the ride is quite scenic.
There are a few hotels that can arrange for halal food in St. Moritz. One of the best Muslim-friendly hotels in St. Moritz is the Kulm Hotel. There are also a few restaurants in St. Moritz that offer vegetarian dishes like Stuevetta and Waldhaus am See.
There are no mosques in St. Moritz.