How a perfect skiing day in Davos can look like

How a perfect skiing day in Davos can look like

Davos is an Alpine town in the canton of the Grisons in Switzerland. It is the highest city in Europe and famous for a variety of sports, including the ice hockey club HC Davos and its Spenglercup, host city of the World Economic Forum and legendary Après-ski parties.
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But how could a perfect skiing day in Davos look like? I show you 5 steps which make a great (Après-) ski day.

1.) Since Davos is world famous for its slopes and a ski village par excellence, of course, it all starts with skiing/snowboarding in one of the 6 ski resorts:
Parsenn/Gotschna, Jakobshorn, Pischa, Madrisa, Rinerhorn, Schatzalp/Strela 🏂

We ❤️ Jakobshorn and Parsenn.


2.) Après-ski… Thought about sex today? I talk about the probably most famous drink of the Jatzhütte, the Café Sex (or like Swiss people say “Kafi Sex” ☕🍆). Having Kafi Sex (contains booze) in the Jatzhütte (Jakobshorn) is a must. Jatzhütte also hosts legendary parties with DJ’s. If you like, you can relax and watch the crowd partying from a 39°C hot Jacuzzi.


3.) From the Jatzhütte your next destination to party should be Bolgen Plaza. The less trained après-ski people or those who enjoyed too many Kafi Sex now rather take the cable car down. Bolgen Plaza has always a great and cheerful atmosphere. Party rock! 🍹

4.) Dinner: Regain energy by eating excellent dishes in one of the restaurants.
We love the food at Padrino. There is Mediterranean cuisine, great pizzas and of course, delicious wine. 🍕🍝🍷

5.) Still early? Not tired? Go to a party! #partyhard

  • Ex-Bar -> Friendly people. Always something going on!
  • Chämi Bar -> easy-going bar after skiing, kick start the evening or attend a great party with massive (Techno) beats.
  • Pöstli Club -> no Après-ski hits and good attire desired
  • Tijuana Bar -> best shots in town

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