>> If their is anything specific in St.Moritz to see?? If not I can go till chur and from their catch a train to Zurich.
If you are going through St Moritz, and have time to stay there for a while, I think it would be a terrible shame not to do so!
For a start, it is in a pretty location in the mountains, and on a lake. Secondly, it is an iconic and famous town. Admittedly, St Moritz is more of a base for activities in the surrounding area than a town with lots of attractions or activities within the town itself, but in my opinion, you will be missing something if you are there and don't even look around a bit!
How long do you have?
You could do a mountain-top visit to Piz Nair. That takes about 1 hour 15 minutes each way by funicular and cable car, plus whatever time you spend at the top. Last trip down is at 16:05 (but check this time yourself to make sure). I have attached some photos of this trip, taken at the beginning of October 2016.
Or you could walk around the lake. That takes about an hour. Details here:
The upper town itself, St Moritz Dorf, is a nice place to stroll. Some of the sights are:
- Elegant shops in Via Serlas and Via Maestra
- Carlton Hotel at Via Johannes Badrutt 11, which was a château originally built in 1913 for Nicholas II, the last tsar of Russia.
- Badrutt’s Palace Hotel at Via Serlas 27. This is a historic luxury hotel built in the late 19th century.
- Leaning Tower, 12th century. This is opposite the Kulm Hotel at Via Veglia 18, and was once the bell tower of the now-demolished St Mauritius Church. It stands 33 m and leans 5½ degrees.
- Old Engadin farmhouse 1658 (now a restaurant), at Via Veglia 2, behind the former Rathaus (town hall).
To get to St Moritz Dorf from the railway station, you can walk or take a bus.
- Take Bus #3 from the railway station to the stop called Schulhausplatz (or Plazza da scoula in the local Romansch language). If you are going up to Piz Nair, the funicular for the first stage of the ascent is behind the grand old building with the clock tower (the Bibliothek, or library) near this bus stop.
- Exit the railway station to the left and walk to the huge Serletta parking garage
- Inside the garage, take the escalator up to Via Serlas, where you will emerge next to Badrutt’s Palace Hotel
- Just wander around from there
You can get a free map from the railway station.