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St Moritz

Listed under Skiing in St Moritz, Switzerland.

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This scenic resort finds favour amongst both skiers and non-skiers, with an extensive range of other activities including shopping and a wide cariety of other sports. The numerous ski areas favour advanced and intermediate skiers, though there are nursery slopes within Celerina. Lift queues are rarely a problem following recent heavy investment, whilst there is a wide choice of mountain restaurants, the majority of which are boosted by stunning views. However, the fragmented ski areas can be inconvenient, especially given the limited links between each mountain. The resort has become increasingly expensive, as is reflected in the price of eating out, though there are some pleasant moderately priced resaturants. The aprés ski accomodates for all ages, with casinos and lively discos for the younger tourists, and quieter bars designed to cater for the elder visitors.

Written by  David Holyoak.

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“St Moritz: My kind of town”

By Christopher Cox for The Telegraph First Published 12th Feb 2009 WHY ST MORITZ? I love the twist between an alpine village and the cosmopolitan ambience of a big city. It’s perfectly located between Zurich and Milan, and Lake Como is almost around t… Read more...

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