Beautifully adorned farmhouses and stately patrician houses from the 16th and 17th centuries stand majestically in the village. The Albertan buildings, with their Biedermeier façades looking out onto the street, and the imposing Sandoz House, with its hall-like passage leading into the middle of the building. And, of course, the famous Chesa Pirani restaurant, with its Baroque wooden panelled room and its two Michelin stars.
However, this picturesque village also enjoys a strategically favourable location at the sun-kissed foot of the Albula Pass, directly next to the River Inn. In winter, when the pass road is closed,toboggans have right of way. Besides spectacular cross-country trails, winter Nordic Walking routes, snowshoe treks and ski tours also offer plenty of winter fun. And the Müsella children ski lift, together with the adjoining playground, makes this resort a miniature paradise for families.
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