FODOR'S GO LIST 2015
The top 25 places we think should be on every traveler's radar this year.More
The villages of Scuol and Tarasp-Vulpera effectively form one large resort, although a car or bus is needed to travel between the two. The area owes its popularity to the 20 mineral springs (traditionally used for liver cures), the beautiful surroundings (mountains and dense forests), and the proximity of the Parc Naziunal Svizzer. Previously popular only in summer, the villages now fill
up in winter, thanks to skiing on the south-facing slopes of Motta Naluns.
A small town, Scuol has a petite but exemplary Old Town, with five fountains from which you can do a taste-test comparison of normal tap water against spring water.
Thanks to its altitude of 5,900 feet, Arosa is a well-known year-round sports center, offering brisk hiking, paragliding, and other activities...
A small city of almost 37,000, with a modern downtown and a busy rail crossroad, the cantonal capital is the oldest continuously settled site...