Information for our guests on the current situation.
Status: 19 April 2021
Chars giasts, esteemed guests
Below you will find the most important information and regulations in connection with the coronavirus. All measures are aimed at reducing new infections with the virus.
For questions about your booking, please contact your host directly. You can make general booking enquiries in our online shop.
Meetings with family and friends are permitted with up to 10 people indoors and up to 15 people outdoors. It is recommended to be tested for Corona before meeting.
Restaurants, bars and discos are closed. Permitted are:
You can find an overview of the take-away offers in our region here.
Offerings such as museums, libraries, the outdoor and indoor areas of leisure businesses and sports facilities as well as sports and fitness centres are open.
The interiors of wellness and leisure pools are closed. Exceptions are wellness facilities of hotels for hotel guests.
Shops are open.
Events with an audience, such as concerts, open airs or theatre, can be held outside with up to 100 people and inside with up to 50 people. Inside, there will be a restriction to a maximum of one third of the capacity of the venue, as well as the obligation to wear seats and masks, a distance of 1.5 metres and a ban on consumption.
For all other events without an audience, such as guided tours in museums or in the villages, club meetings, etc., the maximum number of participants is 15. Outdoors, either a mask must be worn or the required distance of 1.5 metres must be maintained. Indoors, masks and distance requirements apply.
Under this overview you will find all the holiday tips that you can currently experience while observing the protection measures in our region.
In Switzerland, persons over 12 years of age are required to wear masks in indoor public areas and outdoor areas of institutions and businesses and in busy pedestrian areas. This includes shops, post offices, museums, theatres, administrative buildings, churches, cinemas, railway stations, libraries, hotels and restaurants. In restaurants and bars, guests may only take off the mask when seated at a table. The obligation to wear a mask also applies to public transport and mountain railways. It remains important to maintain a minimum distance of 1.5 metres and to observe the hygiene rules in order to prevent new infections with the corona virus.
Please note that masks are compulsory at the following locations in Val Müstair: public car parks Buffalora, Süsom Givè, Tschierv, Lü and the cross-country ski trail entrances Fuldera Daint, the former Fuldera community centre and Furom. Details can be found in the municipality's protection concept.
You can find an overview of the various test options here. On the website of the Federal Office of Public Health you can also do a corona check, which helps you to assess whether a test is useful. https://bag-coronavirus.ch/check/
For countries and regions (source: Federal Office of Public Health) which have a significantly higher number of new infections compared to Switzerland, a travel quarantine applies when entering Switzerland, for further information, please refer to the website of the Federal Office of Public Health.
The recommendations of the Federal Office of Public Health regarding keeping distance and hygiene continue to apply.
The establishments have a protection concept with concrete measures to protect guests and employees and to ensure that your stay is a pleasant one. This is communicated with the new Clean & Safe label of the Swiss tourism organisations.
We also participate in the Clean & Safe label with the protection concept of the Guest Information Centre.
We are looking forward to welcoming you in the holiday region Val Müstair and wish you already today unforgettable holidays.
Your team of the holiday region Val Müstair