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Famous for its diversity in sport, leisure and cultural offerings, Davos located in the Graubunden region of the Swiss Alps is the highest city in Europe, one of the oldest European ski resorts and home to the
World Economic Forum hosted annually in January by the global political and business elites.
Offering 320 km of magnificent ski runs on the slopes shared with the neighbouring Klosters and easily accessible via lifts, cable cars and funicular railways, Davos provides itineraries and activities to suit
everyone's taste: classic skiing and paragliding on the Parsenn descent, freestyle and snowboarding in the Jatz Park on the Jakobshorn, fun and diversity for ski-loving families on Madrisa and Rinerhorn,
freeride on the Pischa mountain. Non-skiers find here multiple leisure activities: the biggest natural ice rink, a leisure centre, unique museums and art galleries, theatres and exhibitions, the bowling-bar-bistro, the rock climbing wall, romantic walks on horses in the charming valley, tobogganing, golf and much more.
Davos town has two main parts, Davos Dorf and Davos Platz, approximately 2 km apart from each other with lots of shops, luxury chalets and apartments, 61 hotels including 5-star and 4-star deluxe hotels with
spas. Boutiques of world-famous brands and local craftsmen's products, afternoon tea and cakes at the Café Schneider in Davos-Platz or Café Weber in Davos-Dorf, fine dining in Davos classy restaurants,
movie theatre and casinos, nightlife in bars and nightclubs – the choice for apres-ski pastime is yours.

The winter sports calendar includes the annual Spengler Cup hockey tournament, the Parsenn Derby annual skiing race and regular figure skating competitions.
Davos is easily accessible by road or rail from Zurich international airport located at 154 km or, depending where you are flying from, Friedrichshafen international airport with two-hour drive to Davos may be considered an option.