The Lyceum Alpinum Zuoz founded in 1904 is a leading Swiss international boarding school. It takes 300 students aged 12 to 18 from over 30 nations. Watch the fly through video. We will use the school’s own theatre, the Zuoz Globe and other rooms. Lunch will be served at the school’s wonderful dining room and terrace.


Zuoz is located in the Upper Engadin, which is a high altitude Alpine valley region in the eastern Swiss Alps in the canton of Graubünden. Close to Zuoz is the resort of St. Moritz which was the host city for the 1928 and 1948 Winter Olympics. The Upper Engadin is a paradise for sports enthusiasts and adventure-seekers, a place of inspiration and tranquility, a valley of pristine nature, full of cultural treasures.

Biking and hiking paradise

Mountain biking in the Engadin is top-notch: Over 400 kilometers of riding pleasure on perfectly sign-posted routes. Bike transport up to the 3057-meter-high Piz Nair. Trail fun as far as Italy with easy return travel by train. Discovery tours through forests and valleys and to mountain lakes and glaciers.

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The network of hiking trails in the Engadin is said to cover 580 kilometers. Although no one knows the exact number of kilometers, one thing is for sure: every kilometer is a meaningful experience of nature in itself.

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Windsurfing and kiting paradise

Windsurfers were already cavorting on Lake Silvaplana in the 1970s. That’s because Silvaplana is the most wind-safe windsurfing spot in Europe. Promptly at noon the legendary Maloja wind turns on and attracts the top international windsurfers to the Engadin every year.

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Zuoz – a beautiful village

Zuoz is considered one of the best preserved Engadin villages. It will charm you with the atmosphere of an intact and authentic Romanesque village. Get lost in and wander the traditional and historical cobblestone streets of Zuoz. The village of 1200 inhabitants is regarded as one of the most beautiful and authentic alp villages in Switzerland.

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