Discover Davos

The following links provide you with all the necessary information about what you can do if you arrive before the conference starts, if you leave later or if a person accompanies you. There will be no separate spouse or partner program.

Davos Klosters Tourism

Visit the Davos Klosters Tourism Office website to learn more about the facilities and the activities offered by the city.
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Kirchner Museum

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880-1938) is considered the chief representative of German Expressionism. His life and creations are closely linked to Davos. This alpine city inspired him in many of his important works. Opening hours are from 2 - 6 pm, Tuesday to Sunday. Public tours are held every Tuesday and Sunday from 4 - 5 pm.
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Mountain excursions: Cable cars

From one overnight stay in a hotel you will receive a Davos Klosters Inclusive Card. With this special guest card you can travel for free during one day with all public cable cars within the destination, and benefit from additional free or discounted services and leisure offers.
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Leisure activites and excursions

In and around Davos there are plenty of opportunities for short or long distance walks. Enjoy the lateral valleys spreading out from Davos - Sertig and Dischma. Sertig is a popular excursion point because of the wonderful waterfall at the back of the valley. For this reason it is a "preserved area of Switzerland". In the little village of Sertig Dörfli, at 1861 meters above sea-level, there is the little church "Hinter den Eggen" built in 1899.

Davos Lake

Enjoy a stroll around the Davos lake. It takes you through forest areas but you can also see some of the oldest houses of Davos.

Eau là là (Swimming, wellness and pleasure center)

Eau là là is a Wellness and Pleasure Pool Centre in the heart of Davos. It is the ideal place to take a swim, relax in the wellness oasis or enjoy a massage. The center comprises both inside and outdoor pools - with a wonderful view on the mountains. Opening hours are from 10 am to 10 pm Monday through Saturday and from 10 am to 6 pm on Sundays.
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Davos offers all golf players an 18-hole golf course and Klosters a 9-hole golf course. 8 further courses are to be found in the immediate surroundings. For both golf courses, the season starts in May and ends in October.
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There are limitless possibilities to do shopping in Davos: no matter what your preferences and styles are, Davos and Klosters provide you with a broad choice of boutiques and shops for sportswear, watches and jewelry, shoes, leather goods, hand crafts and global brands.
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The Casino Davos is open daily from 2 pm, gambling tables from 8 pm. American Roulette, Black Jack, Ultimate Pocker and slot machines are the most popular games that can be played also in Davos.
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Restaurants and coffee shops

Be it one of the coffee shops on the Promenade or a restaurant for a nice dinner... you will find a broad selection of over 140 restaurants ranging from centrally located gourmet establishments right through to cosy inns in the romantic valleys. The package for CHOCOVISION conference guests includes the two dinners on June 7 and 8, 2016.