GraubündenSwitzerland's largest canton is a perfect illustration of the country's diversity, with vineyards and rivers, lakes and mountains, historic towns and traditional villages.
Do you think there are four languages in Switzerland? In Graubünden there are at least ten dialects, Alemannic, Romansh and Lombard, all of which are different from one valley to the next.
Do you think Graubünden is like other Alpine regions? The north grows vines on the slopes of the Rhine, the south looks like Italy. In between, long valleys bask in the sun and spectacular peaks tear the sky.
Canton Graubünden is absolutely unique.
It is so vast and mountainous that from the Oberalp Pass in the west to the Austrian border in the east it is almost four hours' drive, more than it takes to cross Switzerland from Geneva to Zurich.
The panoramas we have shot in Graubünden during the summer of 2021 are just a preview of this great Alpine canton, where we are sure to return.
While most of Graubünden is in the heart of the Alps, with one peak over 4,000m (Piz Bernina), some valleys are Italian-speaking and face south of the Alps, on the border with Italy or Ticino.
- Bernina - 10 panoramas of the pass and its small lakes
- Chur - Virtual stroll through the old town of the capital of Graubünden
- Flüela - 4 panoramas from the top of the pass connecting Davos to Engadine
- Julier - 4 panoramas from the top of the Julier Pass
- Lucmagn - 14 panoramas shot at the top of Lukmanier Pass
- Maienfeld - 37 panoramas of the most famous wine village in Graubünden
- Marmorera - 2 views of the artificial lake, on the road to the Julier pass
- Oberalp - 14 views of the mountain pass and lake
- Poschiavo - 40 panoramas of the historic town of Italian-speaking Graubünden
- Rona - 42 panoramas of a small village on the road to the Julier Pass
- Sils - 9 panoramas of the largest lake in the Upper Engadine
- Silvaplana - 35 panoramas of Lakes Champfèr and Silvaplana
The Pictorial Guides
© fusions.ch 1988-2022
All rights reserved for all countries