Cattedrale S. Lorenzo

A significant building with a Renaissance facade. In the interior you will find numerous frescoes and important Baroque decorations. Founded probably in the early Middle Ages, it became a Parish Church as early as 818, and in the year 1078 it was elevated to Collegiata. Since 1888 it has been a... more

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Romantik Boutique Hotel GuardaVal

This traditional 19th century 4-star hotel is located in the historic village of Scuol. In 2009, it was skillfully transformed into a boutique hotel. more

Romantik Boutique Hotel GuardaVal
Obertor

Obertor

One of the three remaining towers on the city walls serves as the Old Town’s southwest entrance and exit. In bygone days, it was on the... more

Cattedrale S. Lorenzo

A significant building with a Renaissance facade. In the interior you will find numerous frescoes and important Baroque decorations. Founded probably in the early Middle Ages, it became a Parish Church as early as 818, and in the year 1078 it was elevated to Collegiata. Since 1888 it has been a Cathedral.

A significant building with a Renaissance facade. In the interior you will find numerous frescoes and important Baroque decorations.

Romantik Boutique Hotel GuardaVal

This traditional 19th century 4-star hotel is located in the historic village of Scuol. In 2009, it was skillfully transformed into a boutique hotel.

This traditional 19th century 4-star hotel is located in the historic village of Scuol. In 2009, it was skillfully transformed into a boutique hotel. The bright and friendly atmosphere, personal attention by the host family, the spa facilities and fine cuisine (13 Gault Millau points, member of the Jeunes Restaurateurs d'Europe) make for memorable moments and complete relaxation.

Obertor

One of the three remaining towers on the city walls serves as the Old Town’s southwest entrance and exit. In bygone days, it was on the Ochsenplatz, located just behind the Obertor, that goods were exchanged for the last time before they were taken across the Alps.

One of the three remaining towers on the city walls serves as the Old Town’s southwest entrance and exit. In bygone days, it was on the Ochsenplatz, located just behind the Obertor, that goods were exchanged for the last time before they were taken across the Alps.