• Glurns & Castle Chur
  • Glurns & Castle Chur
  • Glurns & Castle Chur
  • Glurns & Castle Chur
  • Glurns & Castle Chur
  • Glurns & Castle Chur

Cultural & nature tips for Schenna & surroundings

Glurns & Castle Chur

Glurns, the smallest town in the Alps, is a Medieval border and commercial town. Discover its unique character: the circular walls, three imposing bastilles, a number of arbour towers and the many small alleys and corners. The character of this jewel has almost remained unchanged since The Middle Age.

 

Information and booking of city tours in all local tourism associations or in the Information Office of Glurns: 0473/737073.


The Churburg was built in 1253 by the bishops of Chur and is owned today by the Counts of Trapp.
It boasts a splendid arcaded courtyard and its armoury and collection of suits of armour is the world’s largest in private ownership.

Opening times in summer: 20th March to 31st October; 10.00 am to 12.00 am and 02.00 pm to 04.30 pm. Closed on mondays - except on public holidays.
Guided tours for groups available all year round by prior arrangement.
More information: 0473/831190.
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