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Hamam Fitnesspark

Hamam Fitnesspark

The Münstergasse health club leaves nothing to be desired. The fitness zone, featuring weight-lifting and stamina machines, offers every kind of training facilities. The Jacuzzi is the ideal place for relaxation. And the sensational hamam (Turkish...more

Bad Alvaneu

Bad Alvaneu

Feel the curative powers of water in the Albula valley from Europe's second most concentrated sulphur springs - with views of the mountains as an added bonus.more

Brigerbad

Brigerbad

Brigerbad and its surroundings offer a wide variety of activities for...more

Baden, the spa

Baden, the spa

The Romans were using the thermal springs – the richest in minerals in...more

Hamam Fitnesspark

The Münstergasse health club leaves nothing to be desired. The fitness zone, featuring weight-lifting and stamina machines, offers every kind of training facilities. The Jacuzzi is the ideal place for relaxation. And the sensational hamam (Turkish bath) is the perfect way to take a break from everyday life. The special day spa and the range of massages available make a visit to Münstergasse an unforgettable experience.

Bad Alvaneu

Feel the curative powers of water in the Albula valley from Europe's second most concentrated sulphur springs - with views of the mountains as an added bonus.

In the Albula Valley one can experience Europe’s second largest sulfur springs while enjoying the panoramic view of the mountains.

Brigerbad

Brigerbad and its surroundings offer a wide variety of activities for hiking enthusiasts. The village is situated at the south ramp of the Lötschberg railway and connects directly with the BLS high trail.

Brigerbad and its surroundings offer a wide variety of activities for hiking enthusiasts. The village is situated at the south ramp of the Lötschberg railway and connects directly with the BLS high trail.

Baden, the spa

The Romans were using the thermal springs – the richest in minerals in Switzerland – as early as 2000 years ago. Healing waters rise from 19 springs at 47°C, promoting physical, mental and spiritual equilibirum.

The Romans were using the thermal springs – the richest in minerals in Switzerland – as early as 2000 years ago. Healing waters rise from 19 springs at 47°C, promoting physical, mental and spiritual equilibirum.