Lower Engadin is characterised by the unique landscape of the national park region. And by its culture. Time-honoured customs and traditions. Engadin-style houses. The Romansh language. But above all it is the people who make the valley what it is today. Take a trip through this spectacular region and discover a world full of interesting characters and fascinating stories.
Of swallows and emigrants
The swallow is virtually the national animal of the Engadin and has determined the life and destiny of the villages and people in the high valley for centuries. Reason enough, therefore, to recount their history. And who better to tell it than a swallow itself...Learn more