Upper Engadin (Oberengadin) in Grisons, South Eastern Switzerland, is the cultural sister to glitzy St Moritz and has long been the preferred destination of writers, artists, thinkers and musicians. A testament to this particular clientele, this is the quieter side of the mountains. Engadin is famed for its particular architecture and "graffiti" etched onto the walls of the houses - and is so peacefully selcuded it even preserves its own Romansh language. The region offers travellers fabulous history including the 8th century Carolingian convent of St John the Baptist in Madulain. From Upper Engadin you can easily reach some of Switzerland’s best glacial lakes, and ski fanatics will love nearby 3000 metres-high Diavolezza glacier and the Lagalp Ski regions. You also have access to the famous Glacial Express networks and the family friendly ski resort of Zuoz.
This is all about the mix of traditional Alpine style, synonymous with mountainous living and the contemporary hand of private hoteliers. We pulled together a cool style edit of those places that take the traditional dipped into urban sleekness adding a dash of modernity.read more
The “We’re getting married” is quickly followed by let’s see the ring and a how & where did he or she pop the question.So with whoever you want to tie the knot, you need to ensure that the old romantic in you is out to play and impress when you declare your love and perhaps the local pub is not the picture perfect spot to get down on one knee.read more