AMPR ADDS THE DESTINATION OF GRAUBÜNDEN TO ITS CLIENT ROSTER - AMPR
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Andria Mitsakos, integrated communications, tourism, hospitality, wellness, real estate, food & wine, wellness
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Graubünden is the largest region in Switzerland, making up almost 20% of the country’s total land area. From the architecture of Vals and famed Davos to the glory and beauty of the Engadine, the glam ski resorts of St. Moritz and the crystal-clear Alpine waters of Lake Caumasee, the region is endlessly diverse. It also includes three UNESCO World Heritage sites including the romantic Rhaetian Railway. Days can be spent hiking among the craggy ravines of the Rhine Gorge (known as the little Swiss Grand Canyon), taking in the charms of quaint Swiss villages, and exploring the world’s longest treetop walk in Flims Laxx that just launched this season. Visitors can indulge in an incomparable culinary scene helmed by Michelin chefs, a legacy of wines passed down from the Romans almost 2,000 years ago, healing thermal waters at world renowned spas and palatial hotels curated by the world’s most foremost architects. While Graubünden may be new to many visitors outside of Europe, it welcomes guests to get to know this storied destination year-round beyond the ski slopes.

AMPR ADDS THE DESTINATION OF GRAUBÜNDEN TO ITS CLIENT ROSTER

Graubünden is the largest region in Switzerland, making up almost 20% of the country’s total land area. From the architecture of Vals and famed Davos to the glory and beauty of the Engadine, the glam ski resorts of St. Moritz and the crystal-clear Alpine waters of Lake Caumasee, the region is endlessly diverse. It also includes three UNESCO World Heritage sites including the romantic Rhaetian Railway. Days can be spent hiking among the craggy ravines of the Rhine Gorge (known as the little Swiss Grand Canyon), taking in the charms of quaint Swiss villages, and exploring the world’s longest treetop walk in Flims Laxx that just launched this season. Visitors can indulge in an incomparable culinary scene helmed by Michelin chefs, a legacy of wines passed down from the Romans almost 2,000 years ago, healing thermal waters at world renowned spas and palatial hotels curated by the world’s most foremost architects. While Graubünden may be new to many visitors outside of Europe, it welcomes guests to get to know this storied destination year-round beyond the ski slopes.