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Welcome to wonderful Engadine! Switzerland's Playground
Have you ever visited Engadine in Switzerland? If you have not as enjoyed skiing in Engadine, perhaps it is about time you did so. What can you expect on family ski holidays in Switzerland? Unlike so many other companies Interhome only offer you the best accommodation, and if skiing in Engadine, sounds like your sort of thing, you start checking out self-catering rentals in Engadine.
Renting ski chalets in Engadine is an excellent way to stay and explore this Swiss ski resort. Coming back to your own place, and maybe being able to light a roaring fire, is the perfect winter holiday for many. Snow holidays in Engadine are not only popular with skiers, but many none skiers visit this part of Switzerland. For many, catered ski chalets in Engadine means a quality holiday ..
Few Facts About Engadine
Before you decide if the Engadine is for you, there are a few facts that you need to know about the area. Apartments and chalets in Engadine are available for rental all around the resort, and access to the slopes, is very easy to find.
To compliment your winter holiday in Engadine, you need to get yourself a lift pass. This is a resort which takes skiing seriously, and it does not matter if you are a beginner, or an experienced skier. Engadine in Switzerland is the perfect place to come back when you would like to improve your skiing or start to learn how to ski. Some of the best all-around slopes can be found in Engadine, and along with the other benefits of staying in the resort, it offers the perfection introduction to skiing holidays in Switzerland.
Snow Holidays in Engadine
It could be worth getting to know the area and find out if it is right for you. The resorts in Engadine range from the very exclusive to more family resorts. Some of the names you will recognise, but there also other names which may be less familiar to you.
To many people's surprise, one of the world's most exclusive resort is located in the Engadine. St Moritz have been home to the jet set for many years, and now it is your turn to share it with them. You don't have to go shopping in all of the expensive luxury goods boutiques, but it is fun to take a look and do a spot of window shopping. It could cost a little bit more to eat out, but not everything in St Moritz is ultra-expensive.
Not very far from St Moritz, you have the family resort of Scuol. This is very much a family resort which prides itself in offering good value for money self-catering accommodation. Access to the slopes is good, and the entire family can make the most of their time on the slopes. However, the real advantage of Scuol, is the excellent nurser, or starter runs which can be found in the resort.
We also have Zuoz. Once again this is a Engadine ski resort which has placed a lot of importance of attracting families over the years. Staying in, and dining out in, is relatively inexpensive and the resort offers excellent value for money for a family winter holiday.
Should you be in the mood for improving your skiing, or learning how to ski, you should check out Corvat. The resort has some of the best ski schools for both young and more mature skier in all of Europe, and many have learned how to ski in Corvat.
Best Things to See or Do in Ergadine
This is a large ski areas in Switzerland, and as with all larger ski areas in Europe, you would expect plenty of activities. Of course, there are some things that you should not leave the area without having tried.
Ergadine is a made up of a lower and upper part, and both locations have a lot of places for a visitor to the area to explore. The village of Guarda, located in the lower part of the area, is a postcard pretty Swiss village. A walk around the village, will give you a chance to explore the narrow streets, and take a look at the sgraffiti Italian influenced homes.
Even in the winter time, the Swiss National Park is worth a visit. Once in the park, it will feel like you are far away from civilisation, and if you are lucky, you will have a chance to see ibex, elks and even vultures. It is not something you would expect to town find in Switzerland, and the untouched snow scape will make you feel you are in Alaska.
Even St Moritz is worth a visit, and you don't need to spend a fortune to enjoy it. The town is divided into two parts, and in St Moritz-Bad, you will find thermal hot springs. On the other hand, if you like to see if you can spot anybody rich and famous, you should visit the other part of town called St Moritz-Dorf. The fantastic hotels are open to the general public, and you can always pop in for a hot chocolate to warm up.
The Bernina Pass may be another place you would like to visit. You can even take a ride on the Bernina Express for a show to experience riding on a train as it makes its way through metre high snow drifts during the winter. The train has excellent viewing cars, and a journey is a real treat for the senses.
Flexible Self-Catering Holidays in Engadine
Staying is self-catering accommodation in Engadine, is the best way to make the most out of your holiday. Supermarkets shopping can be done in most of the resorts, but eating out is good value for money. Getting to any part of Engadine in Switzerland is not difficult. You will probably fly into Zurich airport, and from there, it is easy to find public transportation. As with all parts of Switzerland, the public transport system is excellent and cost effective. More than anything, a visit to this part of Switzerland, is a holiday for the senses.