Francesco De Gregori when he used the term 'green Switzerland "in
a song must have passed in the magnificent Valley of Poschiavo.
The bright green grass, the thick woods and a nature that differs from
the glaciers of the Bernina Lake Poschiavo help people to enter the notes
in tune with nature pure.
The valley is of Italian, and is characterized by small towns of great
historic and artistic interest.
Its capital, Poschiavo, still retains the characteristics of a time: a
perfectly preserved, the village is rich with the Spanish Quarter, consisting
of a series of palaces built by immigrants poschiavini 1857 to 1911 at
the hands of Italian architect Giovanni Underpass.
Nearby is still alive the magnificence of the square, with buildings of
different styles and periods that evoke the orderly harmony fascinating.
The Museum valligiano poschiavino is accompanied in the visit of the House
Tomé and Palazzo De Bassus Mengotti, witnesses of a great agricultural
past the first, second aristocrats.
Who want to spend holidays in the sign of peace can count on the quality
of life in Val Poschiavo, also the strong possibility of practicing sport
thanks to the many trails (there's something for every taste for lovers
of the mountains and for those who prefer to walk with the whole family)
and the skiing area and Diavolezza Lagalb.
Lake Poschiavo is bordered by a path with emotions, while raising his
eyes, San Romerio "the church above the abyss," is an irresistible
A valley crossed by the Red Train, which came in the Unesco World Heritage
"The most fabulous Alpine crossing offers the sight of the imposing
glaciers and Palü Morteratsch, and more down, Brusio, switching on
the Helical viaduct is also spectacular.