St. Moritz, high in the Alps is situated in the valley of Engadin in Eastern Switzerland's canton of Graubünden. It is one of the best known holiday resorts situated at an altitude of 1856m above the sea level. St. Moritz is surrounded by the beautiful lake and landscape of the Upper Engadine. St. Moritz was the world's first winter resort which is famous for its Champagne Climate. Its breathtaking scenery, abundant outdoor activities, chic and elegant style, health care facilities, shopping and leisure facilities and above all the punctilious Swiss hospitality attract top athletes, stars, statesman and Royal families across the world. A visitor's card is like a travel pass entitle its holders to various discounts and benefits for countless opportunities. The red trains of the Rhaetian Railway swiftly transport St. Moritz's visitors to the near by attractions like Ski regions of Diavolezza, Lagalb and The National park in the Lower Engadine. The attraction of St. Moritz resort remains same in all the seasons.
In summers the holiday makers can indulge in various sports like sailing, windsurfing, a rubber dingy ride on the river and horse riding. With 5 golf courses and 60 hotels it is an absolute paradise for golfers in Alps.
St. Moritz support winter tourism as well. The resort has hosted Olympic Winter Games twice which makes it famous in the world. For winter sports enthusiasts there are 350 km of pistes with a state-of-the-art infrastructure, The Fun Park for snowboarders, tandem parachute jumps and altitude training are just a few of the other winter sports on offer.