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Our guest book – a special jewel

We’ve reached the last page now! Our guest book is like an antique jewel which has lived proudly through time, and at over 70 years of age with about 10,000 entries, the book is a special witness to our history. Its very first entry goes back to 7 July, 1949, and since then, many of our guests have left kind words, drawings and photos. It’s a pleasure to leaf through it, and we have cherished it and looked after it over the years… thank you, dear guests!

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Tradition & Culture in Samnaun

The Samnaun valley is the first, western side valley of the Engadine region and the border valley to Tyrol, embedded in a wonderful mountain world at an altitude between 1,700 and 1,840 metres. Samnaun is on the eastern edge of the canton of Grisons and to the south it borders the municipality of Valsot in the Lower Engadine and forms part of the Swiss national border with Austria in the west, north and east. The municipality of Samnaun consists of the five villages of Compatsch, Laret, Plan, Ravaisch and Samnaun-Dorf, with the highest point being the Muttler (3,294m) and the lowest point in Spissermühle (1,511m).

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Tradition & Culture in Samnaun