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Davos Klosters

"Grüezi" and welcome to Davos Klosters!

Dear visitors from all corners of the earth that will flock together for this year's Switzerland Travel Mart

Davos and Klosters – what marvellous opposites! Besides being Europe's highest city, Davos offers a wide array of sports and leisure activities, as well as countless conferences and cultural events. Klosters, on the other hand, is an idyllic mountain village infused with understated luxury. Together, the two, no doubt, create the most versatile holiday destination in the Alps: Davos Klosters!

Set amidst breathtaking and untouched nature, Davos Klosters offers myriad sports and leisure activities, as much in the valley as on the mountains, as much in summer as in winter. For many of our guests from Switzerland and abroad, Klosters has been topping their list of favourite destinations for decades. For as long, it has been a treasured retreat for the British royal family. Being active and outdoors will not stop you from tantalising your taste buds and indulging in laid-back luxury. Families are spot on in Klosters: the charming mountain village, deservedly, enjoys a reputation of being very family-friendly.

Davos is not only a superb sports destinationgoing back to the pioneering days of Alpine winter tourismit is also a conference destination of worldwide repute offering the possibility to grow your knowledge and your network in unique surroundings. The Alpine town is also an international research centre, notably in the fields of medicine, geography and climate. 

We hope the Switzerland Travel Mart 2017 in Davos Klosters will inspire you to a fruitful dialogue with your colleagues, offer compelling workshops and many possibilities to gain new experiences and impressions. We trust you will enjoy our contrasting towns, the neighbouring valleys, the mountain peaks above and the fresh air!

We warmly welcome you to Davos Klosters and wish you a successful and interesting Switzerland Travel Mart 2017.

Reto Branschi
CEO Destination Davos Klosters