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It was fog and rain so we couldn't enjoy the view. It is also a hotel and a restaurant there but they were empty. Although the buildings have an impressive architecture, they might be kept a bit better from cleaningness and renovation point of view....More
The four of us, having a spare day and complimentary tickets to use the furnicular railway to the Schatzalp, made our way up. The views were stunning and we sought out the waterfall and alpine gardens using a map. The gardens by the Thomas Mann...More
These gardens are pretty as a picture. What a surreal location. 2000 m above sea level with views over Davos and valley.
Several different gardens each with their own atmosphere. You need to spend a couple of hours here to see all the gardens.
We neve miss an oportunity to visit the botanical garden with our children and this time also with our grandchildren.Its just wonderful...
Just one remark it's not easily accessible for the handicapped with wheelchair or walke.
Wish more thoughtful be give to this matter.
The garden is stunning in June, and when I went there midday it was not at all overrun with tourists. A few nice trails for a quiet walk, all with beautiful mountain views. The local transit pass (which might come with your hotel or AirBnB...More
Our hotel included a public transport ticket that allowed us to visit Schatzalp. The gardens were being renovated so we could hiked the regular path around the area and saw some of the gardens from a distance. We loved the peace and quiet and the...More
This was a "target" when we visited Davos since gardens & plants are "our thing". Unfortunately it snowed the night before we visited and the plants were covered by a thickish layer of snow. However a few flowers were visible and, from the layout etc,...More