A unique Alberto Giacometti collection in the mountain hotel. An exhibition of the printmaking work (lithographs and etchings) of the world-renowned Bergeller artist with a total of more than 200 exhibits.
The castle ruins of Steinsberg with the remains of the St. Lucius Chapel are enthroned as a landmark of Ardez, on a mighty rocky hill at the edge of the village and is a frequently visited vantage point.
The ruins of The Castle of Chanüff, the landmark of Ramosh, are witnessto an eventful and impressive history that is firmly linked to the whole region. Surrounded by a unique flora and an almost steppe-like vegetation, the ruin stands on its castle hill.
The Florinuskirche (Baselgia San/Sonch Flurin) in Ramosch is the second largest reformed church in the canton of Graubünden after the Churer Martinskirche. It has a capacity of almost 450 people and, in its current form, is based on a new building completed in 1522.
The striking reformed church of Scuol invites you to escape from hustle and bustle and superficiality and to surprising insights. In addition, from there you can enjoy a magnificent view over the Inn and the municipality of Scuol.
The church of Lavin with its restored paintings from 1490 to 1500, is one of the most famous and worth seeing art monuments in Graubünden. On the church tour you will get an insight into the history of the church as well as the village.
The Romanesque church of San Niclé with semicircular choir was built shortly before 1200. San Nicla is located on an ancient road, where the Inn could first be crossed by a ford and, probably very early in the Middle Ages, over a bridge. The monumental Christophorus painting, which was still preserved in part on the south-western facade of the tower, proves that the valley path from Ramosch via Raschvella to San Nicla still led in the late Middle Ages. It became visible to the travellers only when they used this right-hand valley path via Raschvella. St. Christopher is, among other things, the emergency worker of the shippers and bridge builders.