Davos - Traveling in and around town

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The Sunniberg bridge is crossing the Landquart river near Klosters.

How to get around in Davos

Davos can be reached by car or train year-round. The town itself is small enough to get around on foot. The area can be explored by train, bus and car.

Getting around in the town center

Davos is small enough to get around on foot. It's only 45 minutes from one end of town to the other. Buses are available, especially for trips between far ends of the long, narrow town as well as to nearby Klosters. And there's a train connecting both ends of town.

Rail stations

There are many train stops in the Davos area, but the two main train stations in the town center are: Davos Dorf and Davos Platz (at either ends of the town). Check the map when booking your hotel to see which stop is best for you. Other train stops in the Davos area are: Davos Monstein, Davos Glaris, Davos Frauenkirch, Davos Wolfgang and Davos Laret.

Mountain transport

You can hike into the nearby mountains and walk right onto local funiculars or cable cars from different areas of the town and nearby villages.

Davos Klosters Card

Those staying one night or more receive the Davos Klosters Card, offering you free transportation on local buses, mountain transport as well as free or discounted access to local facilities. Note that winter discounts and summer discounts may vary. Be sure to check your train pass for discounts too.

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