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Davos City Guide

Prominently known as an Alpine town, Davos is a magnificent city located in the Rhaetian Alps. This secluded place is situated distant from others in the country along the river Landwasser. Davos is highly known for hosting the World Economic Forum(WEF), an annual meeting between the political and business elites. The city is split into two parts, the Dorf in the northeast and the Platz in the southwest. The regions can be traversed easily by foot, one to another. Host to a number of snow-based events, Davos also conducts the Spengler cup ice hockey competition by the local hockey team HC Davos. The city is one of the highest locations in the country with an altitude of 1600 meters above sea level.

St. Peter’s Basilica
Davos         |        Image by Lukas Plewnia from flickr 

This region has a seemingly great number of differences from the other parts of the country due to the settlements of Walser colonists in the past. The culture, dialect and customs are majorly similar to those of the German Walsers. It also has a historic prominence of being home to medicinal plants as mentioned by renowned doctors of the past. Davos attracts tourists round the year with the winter sports during the cold months and other adventurous activities during the summer months. Often visited during the hotter months when the temperatures are quite normal, winters here are a delight to watch too. The city is comparatively crowded when compared to its counterparts and offers a plethora of options during shopping. The local shops have a large number of local arts and artefacts.

Lake Davos        |        Image by marcelkessler from Pixabay

This beautiful city was primarily under notice when the German expressionist painter Ernst-Ludwig Kirchner moved here on a de-addiction program. Davos is home to beautiful places like the Schatzalp, Rinerhorn, Lake Davos, Sertig valley and the Kirchner museum. The city is more than just another exquisite skiing experience with all the others it has to offer. Among the adventurous sports, a special activity, mountain bike riding is a major attraction. The venture around lake Landwasser and the Madrisa Island adventure park are sought after activities, especially during the summers. The speciality of this place lies in the variety of attractions it offers depending on the seasons of the year.

Best time to visit

With all it has to present a tourist, Davos can be visited both in the summers and winters. The months between June and September are often considered the most appropriate to visit this city. Prior to this, during the winters of May, the climate falls dangerously low and also opens up numerous options for winter sports. Between July and September, the summer sports are often open with a booming number of adventure seekers. The mild temperatures during the beginning of summer offer for a bearable climate. When seen from the budget aspects, the hotels and spaces are less crowded during the off-season months in May and August-September. The prices are reduced greatly when compared to the mid-season. Booking the hotels and tickets prior would be a better choice given the chance of crowding. Plan your trip depending on your interests and budget to extract the maximum from your experience. Summer enthusiasts can look out for the July-September months specifically while those interested in a winter trip can choose May-June as their option. In either case, make your arrangements well in advance to get the best in your constraints.

Davos Taxi Transfers

Davos is a small city with public transport connecting one end of the city to another. The entire city is a mere 45 minute by foot from one end to another. It also has numerous options in the form of buses, trains, cable cars and private vehicles. The bus system of the region is highly reliable and is often available between the most distant locations too. The system also connects Davos to nearby Klosters. The lowest price of a journey is around $21.

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The city has a well-built, efficient and hassle-free train system. Railways connecting the region from end to end are prominently found here, making travel easy. Though this place has many notable railway stations, two of them hold higher importance. Davos Dorf and Davos Platz, each located at one end of this city have the highest traffic. Most tourists prefer the rail route to traverse the city to absorb the maximum it has to offer. With lush greenery and rising mountains, the train route is quite refreshing. It also gives a proper glimpse of the region and its beauty. Another less approached, but a famous mode of transfer is the mountainous one. Hiking, cable cars, mountain bikes, etc. are frequently available in this place. The journey also acts as an adventurous trail, particularly during the summers. The winters are not suitable for an act of this kind.


Cable car, Davos       |        Image by Lukas Plewnia from flickr 


The cable car services run from most areas, connecting each other. The ethereal and picturesque views are worth the fear. These services are proven to be safe and have not failed since their incubation. Apart from this, guests staying in the hotels in Davos or the holiday rentals receive a Klosters Premium card. This can be used to avail discounts during the journey from one region to another. It is mostly used in rail and bus journeys. The discounts offered during summer and winter vary greatly. Depending on the amount of exception applicable, the best route can be chosen. Irrespective of the routes, Davos is a beautiful city to be explored in all possible manners.

The number of private transfers in the city of Davos is comparatively less due to the mountains occupying greater parts. Taxi booking in Davos is relatively less frequent when compared to the nearby regions. Nonetheless, a number of them are available, especially to traverse the nearby areas. Apart from taxis, private vehicles, such as cars can be hired to travel in this region. The private transfer options are cheaper and fit in the budget easily. These vehicles are usually hired prior to visit the area. Options for choosing one after reaching the city are also available. The demand for these is pretty high, especially in the season months of summer. Hiring vehicles earlier would be greatly beneficial.

Davos cab service provides you with a smooth and enjoyable experience on your trip to this abode. Rydeu ensures that everyone gets their preferred mode of transfer well-fitted into their budget. Waiting for hours together with the load of baggage will now be a distant vision. Rydeu helps you choose the best for you and eliminates the stress and pain coming with public transport, particularly waiting. The trip assures a happy and safe journey with equally smooth payments. The disbursement is no longer troublesome and can be done very easily.

Davos Airport Transfers and Taxis

How to reach the city centre via Bus? 

The tourists to Davos usually choose the Zurich airport which is closer to the city. Once you have reached the airport, a number of options would be available to reach Davos. Public transport is prominent and several trains and buses run between the cities. A 2-hour journey between the regions is filled with great scenery and a smooth passage. A reliable frequency is present between each of the buses and trains. Switzerland has a great metro system too, which can be explored. Along with single route direct connections, few modes of transfer, with multiple mediums and changes are available.

Metro Shuttle bus, Davos   

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Taxi services from the Airport to the city centre

The issue of baggage, traffic and confusion in the routes is a persistent problem while travelling from the airport to Davos. To avoid this, numerous taxi services are available in Zurich. Private car rentals are also easily available in the region. Davos hotel transfers are usually combined with these taxi services. The prices do not empty your pocket and are much safer. The taxi and private car hire reduce the journey time and make the trip more enjoyable.

Davos cheap taxis are now available with Rydeu to make your trip less expensive and more enjoyable. The services can be hired before reaching the airport or can be instantaneously booked. The services are easily understandable and can be availed appropriately. Rydeu has clear plans to make the journey affordable to everyone depending on the need.

Buried in nature, Davos offers a lot to its tourists. Alternating as a serene hiking spot to an adventurous journey, the place has different activities for each season. Irrespective of this, there are certain specialities it has which are not to be missed. While visiting a region resembling paradise on earth, do not forget to visit these breathtaking locations while losing yourself to nature.

Schatzalp, Davos
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The cog railway ripping through this ethereal beauty of a region offers an insight into a car-less area. Often traversed and explored by foot, Schatzalp is more of an Alpinium. The botanical garden has around 3500 varieties of Alpine plants which primarily appear during the summer months. During the winter months, the place appears as if out of a fairytale, covered entirely in snow. It is a reviving and soothing experience to visit this area. A few bibliophiles would be surprised to know that Thomas Mann got the inspiration for his widely regarded book ‘The Magic Mountain’ from here. Close to this place is the Art Nouveau sanatorium which was converted to a hotel later.


BierVision Monstein
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BierVision Monstein:

Down the southwest road of Davos, the famous BierVision Monstein is present, one of the highest breweries in Europe. The place is open for visitors’ tour only on Fridays. The trip inside offers a deep insight into the brewing process and is explained by the people there. The brewing vats and fermentation processes are closely shown to the tourists too. Post this, a guide would accompany the visitors around the village to know about the lifestyle and culture of the area. BierVision is home to five kinds of beers and also has their own whiskey. Tourists are allowed to taste these in the Gambrinus bar located in the basement. Chocolate and cheese made locally can be bought from the region. They have an authentic and special taste to them and are often etched in the memory for long.



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