Bergün is a street village and is located 1'373 m above sea level. The houses are lined up on both sides of the village street, the oriel and sgraffito facades are aligned to the street, where pass traffic, commerce and communication take place.
The mountain village is located at the well-known UNESCO RhB Albula-Berninaline, which offers an unforgettable experience with spectacular viaducts and spiral tunnels. Train fans can also find out more about the history of the Rhaetian Railway at the Albula Railway Museum.
Filisur is a street village and located at 1032 m above sea level. The houses are lined up on both sides of the village street, the oriel and sgraffito facades are aligned to the street, where pass traffic, commerce and communication take place.
The small village Jenisberg lies at the foot of the Muchetta at 1504 m above sea level above the left slope of the Landwasser valley. Jenisberg can be reached by car or on foot on a narrow and steep, unpaved mountain road from the station Wiesen.
The hamlet Latsch is clearly visible on a hilltop above Bergün at 1588 m above sea level. The idyllically located, sunny mountain village is a popular excursion destination with a wonderful view of the Bergün mountains.
Stuls is located north of Bergün on a narrow terrace high above the valley of the Albula at 1551 m altitude. The houses on the village street have strong Engadin style influences and are partially provided with original preserved and dated sgraffito decorations.
The starting point to Tuors is Bergün. In a northeasterly direction, the side valley of the Albula Valley stretches for about 7 kilometers to Chants, where it divides into two further side valleys. To the Val da Ravais-ch and Val Plazbi. Up to the Ravais-ch - lakes you climb another 5 kilometers; to the very back of Plazbi at the foot of the imposing Piz Üertsch there are still about 4 kilometers from Chants.