Win a tailor-made trip to Graubünden, Switzerland’s No. 1 holiday destination

Discover Swiss alpine holidays - your way

Discover the land of 1,000 mountain peaks, 615 lakes and 150 valleys. Home to world-class mountain resorts such as St. Moritz and Davos Klosters, Graubünden is also Switzerland’s best kept secret – a cultural melting pot with delicious cuisine, traditional villages nestled amongst soaring peaks and a selection of summer activities ranging from leisurely to adrenaline-pumping.

Take our interactive tour through the canton’s offerings and pick your holiday preferences for your chance to win an all-in holiday.

Explore soaring mountain peaks, lush verdant valleys, historic villages, romantic castle ruins and indulgent cuisine on your holiday – and let us take care of the logistics!

Click here to create a tailored itinerary by picking your ideal holiday experiences – then enter our competition for the chance to win your personalised holiday.

One lucky participant and a partner will win their dream holiday to Graubünden with a personalised itinerary. The prize consists of four nights in your chosen accommodation, a dining experience, Graubünden activity, rail transfers and return flights with partner airline SWISS.

Vist my.graubunden.com or contact us at my@graubuenden.ch

Terms and conditions

  1. Deadline for entering the competition is 23:59 on 31 October 2013.
  2. Entry is free and without obligation.
  3. Winners will be selected at random and informed by email, and their names may be published.
  4. The prize consists of: (i) two return economy flights with SWISS from a UK SWISS departure airport to Zurich airport; and (ii) 4 nights bed & breakfast accommodation for two adults sharing a standard room at a hotel in Graubünden chosen by the winner from available properties on the portfolio of tour operator partner STC.
  5. Travel period is 1 June – 30 September 2014.
  6. Hotel and flights are subject to availability. Accommodation must be taken in consecutive nights and in a single trip only.
  7. Winner and partner must each hold a valid passport (and, where necessary, visa) for travel.
  8. The prize includes airport rail transfers, but excludes travel insurance, spending money and all other expenses.
  9. Prizes cannot be converted into a cash payment.
  10. No correspondence will be entered into about this competition.
  11. Employees of Graubünden Tourism (and partners) are not eligible to participate.
  12. This competition is open to UK residents only.
  13. The Independent's usual terms and conditions apply.
  14. Promoter: Graubünden Tourism.
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