Date and Time of Visit: September 13, 2017, approximately 2:00 p.m.
This is the twentieth installment of this series and the first in a series of German-speaking villages. At the time of my visit, there were 27 villages on the Swiss Most Beautiful Villages list, 8 of which were German-speaking; as of October 2018, there are a few more. (I’ll sort it out later. And I will visit in the future.)
Breil-Brigels, the first village in the German-speaking world. I’m sorry to start with the conclusion, but it was boring. I’m sorry. The church of the village was built around the 15th century, so it seems to have a good history, but now it seems to have a very plain atmosphere, although it might be flourishing as a winter resort.
I have seen some hotels of a certain size….
Because of its location, there are no famous tourist spots in Switzerland around…. However, the road to here was relatively gentle even though it was a mountain village, but it was very enjoyable as a drive to see the green mountains and the steep snowy mountains on the other side. However, it was an inconvenient place and far away. Not efficient to visit.
This kind of village is also the best part of visiting beautiful villages. I will regard it as a good experience.