Horse-drawn carriage rides

A romantic step back in time
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Tour the area aboard a vintage carriage

The Engadin draws large numbers of tourists each year, and Danco offers them the chance to visit the area aboard an original vintage horse-drawn carriage, in summer and winter alike.

For two generations, the Motti family has been taking tourists to admire the breathtakingly beautiful scenery around St. Moritz, on their splendid carriages drawn by fine horses.

Horse-drawn carriage rides in the snow

During the long Engadin winters, what better place to admire the snowy alpine landscape than a vintage horse-drawn carriage?

Sounds are muffled by the soft blanket of snow, while the magnificent horses set the pace; sit back and forget the stress and urgency of modern life as you enjoy a romantic interlude with the quaint charm of times gone by.

In winter, the horses wear special harnesses made in the Grisons canton; the carriages are fitted with beautiful white furs on the seat, to keep you warm and comfortable during your carriage ride.

Horse-drawn carriage rides in summer

Come summertime, the carriages are adorned with special covers that replace the furs we use in the winter months. Take a summer carriage ride and feast your eyes on the lush green and scented landscape.

Carriages allow us to reach spots that would be impossible to get to by car. We’re always delighted to see the sheer joy our customers get from discovering such magical scenic spots!

Horse-drawn carriage rides in summer

Horse-drawn wedding carriages

Our carriages are also in demand for special occasions, such as carrying the bride and groom on their big day. 

For weddings, we use a special carriage that’s wonderfully comfortable. Built in 1900, the carriage has been lovingly restored to its former glory. Fun fact: it used to be on display in a museum in Basle!

For the big day, our horses are adorned with white English harnesses and special bells. Once used in Paris, these antique bells jingle in harmony with one another for a truly unique effect – Parisian sleigh bells are famous for their distinctive sound. 

How much does a carriage ride cost?

Fixed route from Chantarella to Salastrains

Per person

One way

CHF 7
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Children < 10 years

One way

CHF 4
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Hour-long ride, departing from St. Moritz

Hourly rates

From 1 to 4 people

CHF 150
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Rides on vintage carriages for a maximum of 4 passengers are arranged with customers and vary according to their needs: departure and arrival point, time and distance to be covered, etc.

Ask for further information

and/or book your carriage ride by phone
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+41 79 681 20 68
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