The village of Susch has been a permanent fixture on the Flüela Pass for many hundreds of years. Its beautiful facades hint at the rich culture held within. Distinctive central towers and the Rohan fortress adorn this Alpine pass village that flourished in the age of stagecoaches and sumpters, who drove pack trains of animals over the mountains. The opening of the Vereina Tunnel in 1999 bolstered Susch’s role as a transport hub. Soon afterwards, this little gem by the Inn river was further enriched by the Clinica Holistica and the new Susch Museum. Despite these developments, the village has stayed true to its roots and celebrates its traditions with sgraffito courses and a small but impressive range of cultural events. Romansh, down-to-earth and thoughtful – Susch is a typical Engadin village.