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In one of Switzerland’s best kept secrets, make sure to travel to Graubünden. In a wonderful scenic combination of wild and rugged terrain with charming villages, a unique Romansch culture and ancient Roman relics, it is a holiday location with everything to offer. Hire a Maserati in Switzerland and take flight across one of Switzerland’s most beautiful cantons.
Graubünden is characterised by the Engadine and Rhine valleys for which there are numerous roads that travel along its twists and turns. Hire the Maserati Ghibli, to take to the road as this opportunity gives travellers the chance to enjoy the full beauty of the region. The Maserati Ghibli has a unique 3.0L twin-turbo V6 engine built into the confines of a glamorous sports sedan delivering impressive performance, power and style. There are many tributaries that come off the main body of the Engadine and Rhine valleys, certainly worth the extra effort in persevering alongside the narrow strip of road as they bring you to hidden and isolated natural splendors of our dear planet earth. One of Europe’s major watersheds, from Graubünden the rivers continue to flow south towards the Mediterranean, north west towards the North Sea and south east towards the Black sea.
Hire the Maserati GranCabrio MC and take the route that leads to Graubünden’s ancient capital of Chur. The GranCabrio MC is one of the world’s most desirable four-seater soft-top convertibles and guarantees to be an excellent car for the drive. With its origins dating as far back as roman times, it still wears its history proudly, visible in its villages where you can walk along cobblestone alleys and past painted shuttered homes. Stop in at a local taverns such as Gasthaus Gansplatz or Restaurant Calanda to get a bite of some Swiss classics of Capuns, Rosti and Pizokel best downed with the locally brewed Calanda Bräu beer. Chur is a modest little town, much like the rest of wider Graubünden, but don’t think it’s worth skipping over. With stunning panoramas, excellent outdoor sport opportunities and its own distinct culture, it turns out to be one of Switzerland’s best kept secrets.