Bucket List for Smart Spenders
#1: Buy snow sport tickets online
The earlier, the better! This is also true for ski tickets. If you purchase your ticket online in advance, you do not have to wait in the queue in the ticket office and you also pay less. The online ticket is always at least 6% cheaper than one bought at the ticket office.
#2: Save food, save money and enjoy!
With the “Too good to go” app, you can help to reduce food waste in Arosa and save money at the same time. You use the app to display dishes or food that the restaurants would otherwise have to throw away. Save food, save money and enjoy!
#3: Book group accommodation
The cheapest way to stay in Arosa is in group accommodation. The rooms are simply furnished and provide all you need for a good night’s sleep. Excellent value and you have more money for activities away from the accommodation.
There are also numerous holiday appartments that offer you reasonably priced accommodation. A homemade fondue in your own living room tastes best!
#4: Tobogganing for all
It does not cost much to hire a toboggan from one of the sports shops in Arosa, and then you can enjoy the different toboggan runs.
- Gentle from Untersee to Litzirüti
- Exhilarating from the Tschuggenhütte to central Arosa
- If it is dark, take the local bus to Prätschli and ride down into the village
#5: Sightseeing Tour
What is good in big cities is good in Arosa! The village and valley are home to numerous buildings, photo spots and viewpoints, which make a sightseeing tour a Must Do! Who will find the best spots?
What’s more: You can also take a sightseeing tour with the free local bus.
#6: Arosa local museum
What did this wooden skier from the past actually look like? Pay a small admission charge to the Arosa local museum and discover interesting treasures from the past. Objects from everyday life, customs, crafts from the Schanfigg valley and much more can be admired here.
#7: Winter walking and après ski
All mountain restaurants in Arosa can be easily reached on foot. Lace up your winter hiking boots, enjoy the view on the way to the snow sports area and look forward to a lively après ski party or cosy “Kaffischnapps” (coffee with alcohol) in the sunshine.
#8: Kulturhuus Schanfigg
The Kulturhuus Schanfigg is a cultural meeting place for locals and guests and is a Must Do for all culture-lovers and anyone who aspires to be one. The old, lovingly maintained building hosts regular exhibitions, readings and even film evenings.