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Culture, nature & a touch of Italianità: Experience by electric motorcycle


Would you like to discover the full diversity of Graubünden? Then embark on a fascinating round trip through the alpine world of adventure on an electric motorcycle. The 450-kilometre-long tour takes you to the highlights of Graubünden and Ticino. Tradition, culture, nature and a touch of Italianità: this is what you will experience on a seven-day round trip along the Alpine Circle in Graubünden. One day you hike through the wild national park, the other day you look at almost 3000 m above sea level. M. on the impressive glacier world and on many beautiful curves the motorcyclist's heart beats faster!

Day 1: Maienfeld

First stop: The Heidi Village in Maienfeld, the home of the famous character Heidi. Here, visitors are greeted by goat bleating and chicken clucking. A walk from hut to hut gives you an insight into Heidi's world. Afterwards you can relax in the Tamina Therme in Bad Ragaz in the 36.5 degree warm thermal water.

Day 2: Maienfeld–Zernez

After a short break in the hospice at the top of the pass, we cross the Flüela Pass into the Lower Engadine. In the pretty Engadine mountain village of Susch lies the Muzeum Susch, which shows modern art that deals with the Engadine. If you want to be prepared for the national park hike the next day, you can get to know the animals and plants of the nature reserve at the National Park Centre in Zernez.

Day 3: Zernez

The Val Trupchun in the Swiss National Park is an Eldorado for wildlife watchers. Whether ibex, red deer, chamois, marmots or bearded vultures – the idyllic side valley is the best place to see the "Big 5" of the Alps. The four-hour circular hike into the Val Trupchun with start and finish in S-chanf leads through mixed forests, over bridges and past two rest areas.

Day 4: Zernez–Bergün

The excursion mountain Diavolezza near Pontresina impresses with its view of the Bernina massif. Part of it: the Piz Bernina, the only four-thousand-metre peak in Graubünden. Over the Albula Pass – one of the most beautiful Alpine passes in Europe – the route continues to Bergün, where visitors can learn exciting facts about Graubünden's railway history in the railway museum .

Day 5: Bergün–Bellinzona

One village further on, in Filisur, the next highlight follows with the Landwasser Viaduct . Three viewing platforms offer the best view of the imposing structure of the Rhaetian Railway. Via the San Bernardino Pass you reach the south of Graubünden. In the middle of the untamed Misox countryside: 50 grottos in the mountain village of Cama. In three of them, you can fortify yourself with excellent home cooking before continuing your journey to Bellinzona.

Day 6: Bellinzona–Flims

In the fortresses of Bellinzona, with their pewter walls, towers and huge gates, visitors are immersed in the age of chivalry. The subsequent ride over the Gotthard Pass and the adventurous Tremola on the southern flank is also spectacular. Back in Graubünden, the longest treetop walk in the world awaits you in Laax.

Day 7: Journey home (or extension)

Before heading home, enjoy the panorama at its finest: you can do that on the "Il Spir" viewing platform in Flims. From here you have a panoramic view of the Rhine Gorge – one of the most spectacular landscapes in Graubünden. From Flims Waldhaus, a two-hour hike leads to "Il Spir" and back.



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