St. Moritz is a resort town in Switzerland and definitely world's most famous one. This resort is a birthplace of Alpine winter holidays since 1864. It tells that the owner of the Kulm hotel bet some English tourists a free stay if they dared to spend the winter there. They did it, and rest is already a history.
St. Moritz is also a home of the Winter Olympics of 1928 and 1948 and of the famous Cresta Run. It is one of the most expensive ski resorts in the world. St Moritz's position at 1,856m in the Engadin Valley in the south of Switzerland, gives plenty of snow and also 300 sunshine days a year! For the easiest way to get here, it is recommended to use transfer St. Moritz.
About the ski resort
St. Moritz is one of the largest ski resorts in Swiss with access to 350 km of downhill skiing, with 88 individual pistes:
- 9 black pistes;
- 61 red pistes;
- 18 blue pistes.
Resort is well known as a beginner`s top choice, but intermediate and experts too will find plenty to entertain them.
St. Moritz is a top snowboarding destination. It held the first Snowboard World Championships in Europe in 1987. Now there are several snow parks and a half pipe dotted around Engadin and also a lot besides to entertain even the best boarders.
Resort is divided into three separate villages around or near the lake:
- Dorf – the glitzy one with most of the five- and four-star hotels as well as the pick of shops, nightlife, and restaurants;
- St. Moritz Bad – quieter and less showy location;
- Celerina – also has its share of expensive, high-class hotels. Its strong Italian following has earned it the name of Piccolo Milano (Little Milan).
St. Moritz après ski
St. Moritz resort offers a lot of restaurants, cafes, bars and clubs, also casino. A new sports center in Bad called Ovaverva is offering indoor and outdoor pools, wellness area, and fitness center. You can also visit cinema, some museums and art galleries.
Other winter activities include – curling, ice skating and ice hockey, sledding, ski jumping and more. For summer season resort offers activities like mountain biking, hiking, windsurfing and kitesurfing, also fishing, swimming, golf, tennis and squash.
For getting here, use St. Moritz transfers
Lots of companies offer St. Moritz transfer services for the easiest way to get here. By booking our provided St. Moritz transfer you will get a high-quality service for a good price, also you can choose a private or shared St. Moritz transfer.
We will pick you up from the airport and take you to the resort without any worries. Here are the best airports for St. Moritz transfers:
- ● Engadin Airport and Samedan Airport (10min)
- ● St. Gallen-Altenrhein Airport (2h 15min)
- ● Innsbruck Airport and Lugano Airport (2h 30min)
- ● Bergamo Airport, Milan Airport and Zurich Airport (3h)
Book your St. Moritz transfer to the resort and have a wonderful winter holiday in this mountain paradise!