Restaurant Murtaröl

Restaurant Murtaröl

The restaurant in Plaun da Lej guarantees freshly caught fish from the Oberengadine lakes or the sea. Highest quality delicacies are purchased three times a week at the Milan fish market. Bordered by forests and craggy precipices it commands stunning views of splendid Upper Engadin mountain and...more

Talvo by Dalsass

Talvo by Dalsass

Martin Dalsass and his wife Lorena are your hosts at Restaurant Talvo by Dalsass (formerly Jöhri’s Talvo) in Champfèr. Martin Dalsass is known for...more

Mili Weber-House

Mili Weber-House

The fabulous house of the sensitive artist contains a comprehensive...more

Segantini Museum

Segantini Museum

The Segantini Museum in St. Moritz is dedicated to the painter Giovanni...more

Restaurant Murtaröl

The restaurant in Plaun da Lej guarantees freshly caught fish from the Oberengadine lakes or the sea. Highest quality delicacies are purchased three times a week at the Milan fish market. Bordered by forests and craggy precipices it commands stunning views of splendid Upper Engadin mountain and lakescapes. 14 GaultMillau points.

Talvo by Dalsass

Martin Dalsass and his wife Lorena are your hosts at Restaurant Talvo by Dalsass (formerly Jöhri’s Talvo) in Champfèr. Martin Dalsass is known for his culinary creations with olive oil; in the past he headed Ristorante Sant Abbondio in Lugano, where he was awarded a Michelin Star and 18 GaultMillau Points.

Mili Weber-House

The fabulous house of the sensitive artist contains a comprehensive collection of her work - picture stories, paintings, sketches and studies - for future generations to see.

The Mili Weber-House contains a comprehensive collection of the artist's life work: picture stories, paintings, sketches and studies.

Segantini Museum

The Segantini Museum in St. Moritz is dedicated to the painter Giovanni Segantini, who spent the last five years of his life in the Engadine. His most important work is the painting "Nature, Life, Death" (La nature, la vita, la morte).

The Segantini Museum displays work from all the artist's creative periods.