Scuol is in the province of Grisons which lies at the rim of the "Grand tour of Switzerland", close to the Swiss National Park, near Guarda, which is the home town of the children's book "A Bell for Ursli," and close to the duty free areas of Samnaun and Livigno. The castle of Tarasp is just a few minutes by bus and the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Benedictine Convent of St. John in Müstair can be reached within two hours by bus or train ride.
The old town of Scuol and the whole area around the town is rich in mineral waters. Approximately 35 natural wells surface in the area and many of them are tapped so that they can be enjoyed. One can try the fresh mineral water at almost every fountain in town!
The Engadine Scuol and its suroundings offer a vast variety of outdoor activities including hiking, biking paragliding as well as river-rafting and kayaking - you can find almost anything that you enjoy doing outdoors.
For all those who are looking for relaxation during your holiday, the Engadin Bad Scuol (Mineral Bath) is the perfect place to visit. The Bogn (the raetoroman word for bath) is equipped with mineral water at a minimum temperature of C°34, and offers a large sauna as well as a Roman-Irish style bath.
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