SCUOL - LOWER ENGADINE, SWITZERLAND

Scuol is the main town of the Lower Engadine located at the foot of the Swiss National Park.

Being too far for day-tripping tourism has helped preserve nature and is attractive to visitors that are looking for peacefulness, and an authentic living style of the local community.

The people speak Romansh, the fourth national language of Switzerland, and due to their unique architecture and culture, they present a very different kind of Switzerland.

Scuol is the perfect place for this Intensive Counseling for its great touristic infrastructure while still offering quietness and uncrowded places.

HEALTH AND TRADITIONS

Scuol is a town with clean air, intact nature, and healthy water: Sfrondraz, Bonifazius, and Lischana are three of the springs from where fresh mineral water is bubbling into the fountains.

The authentic Engadin villages have managed to retain their traditional identity, and are proud of their rich Romansh culture.

Scuol is located 2 1/2 hours from Zurich by train or by car. The closest airports are in Samaden, Zurich, Innsbruck.

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WELLNESS, NATURE, AND CULTURE

The Swiss National Park, Tarasp Castle, the Engadine Bath Scuol with Switzerland’s first Roman-Irish bath, authentic Engadine villages with lots of historic buildings, and rich Romansch culture – these are just some of the many assets the Lower Engadine has to offer.

At the Engadine Bath you can immerse yourself in the warmth of the large indoor pool, relax in the jacuzzi or let yourself drift on the salty waters of the saline bath. The outdoor pool has the added advantage of superb views of the Lower Engadine Dolomites and Piz Pisoc, the highest mountain in the Swiss National Park.

HOTELS AND USEFUL LINKS

Wherever you are spending the nights, you will wake up in a wonderful world.

Tourist Information

The Mountain Rails

The Bathing Area

The Swiss National Park

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