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 village lies north above Bergün on a narrow terrace high above the valley. The houses along the village road show strong Engadine style influences and some of them have original preserved and dated sgraffito decorations.
The village of Latsch has grown originally and today has about 50 inhabitants. It is a pure street village with houses in the Engadin architectural style with sgraffiti and painted facades. The first Heidi film was shot in Latsch.
The Reformed Church in Filisur was originally dedicated to Saint Martin. The church is highly medieval in terms of its building fabric. In 1489 the choir was rebuilt and the tower enlarged. The church was renovated in 1746 and restored for the last time in 1956.
The ruins of Greifenstein Castle are enthroned on a rugged rock above the first helical tunnel of the Rhaetian Railway above Filisur. The castle can be reached on foot from Filisur in around 30 minutes.
The Landwasser Viaduct is the largest and most spectacular bridge structure of the RhB and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2008. The bridge not far from Filisur is the end point of the railway adventure trail.
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.
Bergün/Bravuogn is located in the Albula Valley on the Albula Pass road and on the Albula line of the Rhaetian Railway. On both sides of the rising main street there are houses in the Engadine style with façade paintings sgraffiti, bay windows and window grilles.
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.