For Smart Spenders

The Arosa Bucket List for the Smaller Budget

Do you enjoy travelling on a budget, yet don’t want to miss out on a holiday in Arosa? Then don’t miss out on these items on the Arosa Bucket List for Smart Spenders below!
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#1: All-Inclusive

Nowhere has such a comprehensive all-inclusive offer as Arosa. If you stay for at least one night, the mountain railways, rope park, pedalos, Rhaetian Railway, the Untersee lido, local museum, driving range, the Bike Skill Centre, ChippinGolf, the ice rink and the local bus are included free of charge! Other discounted offers are available with the Arosa Card - reason enough for smart savers to plan a visit to Arosa!

Arosa All-Inclusive
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#2: On your bike

Whether the Skill Center by the Hörnli Express valley station, the pump track by the Ochsenbühl artificial pitch, or on the various trails in the area. All these facilities can be used free of charge and thus provide easy access for everyone.

Mountain biking in Arosa

#3: All about the themed trails

In addition to the comprehensive All-inclusive Offer and the free bike trails, Arosa also has a number of different themed trails for different target groups. Solve our criminal cases surrounded by the forest, water and sun or immerse yourself in the world of Ricola herbs on the Arlenwald trail. There is of course much more to discover.

Themed Trails in Arosa
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#4: Schanfigg as home base

It is not only Arosa that offers an attractive range of accommodation options! There are many attractive alternatives in the villages of Litzirüti, Langwies, Pagig or in the Hochwang. How about a night in straw or a visit to a comfortable B&B?

And the best thing is that an overnight stay in the Schanfigg valley also entitles you to the Arosa Card with the all-inclusive benefits!

Discover accomodation options
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#5: A visit to the local museum

Do you sometimes need a break from action and adventure? The local museum offers interesting insights into Arosa’s past and in this authentic building it is easy to dive into the history of the spa town. If you are lucky, you may meet Ruth Licht who was born in 1928 and is THE original Arosa resident. Who would be better than her to tell at first hand and with such great passion the stories from a bygone time. You should not miss this.

Local museum
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#6: Nature at its best, instead of a restaurant

It doesn’t always have to be a gourmet restaurant. Spice up the classic cervelat or get creative with a vegetarian barbecue outdoors at one of our campfire places.

1. Cut bratwurst or cervelat into pieces (alternatively, use mushrooms)
2. Slice a baby courgette into thin strips with a potato peeler
3. Wrap sausage or mushrooms with the strips of baby courgette
4. Stick everything on a skewer and head off to the fire

Fire places in Arosa
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#7: Hochwang Archery Park

28 3-D animals are hiding in the forest archery park in the shady Fatschéler forest or the Alpine archery park at 1,800 m above sea level. Who will hit the target?

With the motto “stretch to release”, the Hochwang Archery Park is the perfect family day out. Entry is free with the Arosa Card.

Hochwang Archery Park
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#8: Hiking with traditional accommodation

How about getting away from the village for a while, surrounded by countless mountain peaks, marmots and unspoilt nature? This is possible in the Ramoz hut which can be reached via an unbelievably beautiful walk through the idyllic Welschtobel. 

Ramoz hut
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#9: Authentic souvenirs

The shops in Arosa sell a variety of souvenirs. The only souvenir that is more authentic, personal and completely free is one found in nature. Can you find a coloured flower, a special stone or bleached piece of wood at the waterfall? We are sure that this piece of nature will remind you of your holidays in Arosa for a long time. 

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