A cable car connects the train station to the hiking and biking trails of Motta Naluns. There are regular trains and buses in all directions – including into the heart of Scuol. The town's busiest street is called Stradun (which means main street in Romansh) and it's filled with boutiques, hotels and restaurants. Scuol’s true gems are hidden to the left and right: the sturdy Engadin houses lining picturesque village squares and narrow laneways in the older parts of the village. And the whole time you can hear it bubbling away (and not just alongside the Inn river): High-quality mineral water flows constantly from the right tap on every village fountain. It also fills the large swimming pool at the famous Bogn Engiadina bathhouse. Welcome to the spa queen of the Alps.