Kaffee Klatsch in Davos and Klosters offers a variety of speciality coffees and homemade produce to take away.
Bäckerei Weber is well-known and awarded for its great bakery. Enjoy nice breakfast and the cosy atmosphere right next the Parsenn mountain railway.
Weissfluhgipfel Restaurant, 7260 Davos Dorf. At 2883m above sea level, this is one of the highest points in the famous Parsenn ski area and enjoys stunning panoramic views. There are two menus to choose from – one gourmet, one local specialities. All meals are prepared with fresh products.
Fuxägufer is one of the most beautiful mountain restaurants on the Jakobshorn. Great food and a stunning sun terrasse awaits you.
Leonto, Hotel Grischa, 7270 Davos Platz. This gourmet restaurant in the chic new hotel exceeds all expectations, thanks to celebrity chef Kurt Jaussi.
Alpenhof, 7270 Davos Platz. Fine local and regional specialities are served in a rustic setting.
Berghaus Erika, 7252 Klosters Schlappin. Award-winning local specialities in beautiful mountain house.
Après Ski / Night Life:
Bolgen Plaza, 7270 Davos Platz. Bolgen Plaza is located next to the super pipe at the foot of the Jakobshorn. The terrace offers 150 seats and 44 beach chairs for sunny afternoons.
Gaudy's, Graströchni, 7250 Klosters. Graströchni is at the end of the Parsenn ski area. Here, après-ski is celebrated daily 12 to 9 p.m to the sounds of live folk and pop bands.
Ex-Bar, 7270 Davos Platz. The Davos nightlife begins and ends at this legendary bar for people of all ages.
Zurich Airport is located 150 km from Davos. The airline ‘Swiss’ links Zurich with all major European cities.
From Zurich, you can reach Davos in less than two hours by car: A13 motorway towards Chur – exit Landquart onto the national road N28 – continue to Klosters or Davos.
It takes nearly three hours to reach Davos by train from Zurich. There are train connections from Zurich’s Hauptbahnhof (main station) to Davos every hour between 6 a.m. and 11 p.m. Check timetables and other information on the official Swiss Federal Railways website.
The Davos Express runs during the winter season (December to April) every Saturday with a bus shuttle service between Zurich Airport and Davos Klosters conveniently back and forth.
The Davos Klosters Premium Card (guest card) can be used on all local buses and trains (Rhaetian Railway RhB) free of charge.
Both in Davos and Klosters, the buses stop at the lift stations. Walkers can explore the 156 km of marked winter walking paths or take a bus into the countryside (rural buses run at least once an hour).