Real close to the bus station and train terminal, we took the Glacier Express from there to go to Zermatt, its a must if just to see the view along the ride.
Weather was getting cold but I would say a lot of people would be bush walking or mountain climbing during the warmer months - skiing in winter.
Place where you can see the rich and famous. Many festivals, conferences take place here Majestic colonial buildings.
Great weather for winter and water sports Shopping belt with many boutiques Numerous hotels with beautiful mountain views
The town itself sits on a large lake witha path all the way around that can be circumnavigated in about an hour.
The town is beautiful with many upmarket shops and beautifully renovated traditional Swiss houses. The ancient church has had a modern entrance added and has an impressive clock tower. Just above the railway station is a funicular railway that takes you about a third up the mountain. You then connect with cable cars that take you up to the very top of Piz Noir where there is a nice cafe.
If you like sightseeing, you have to visit Engadin vallage and Mountain zones. They are absolutely beautiful.