Toot-toot! From April to October all the signals will be green at the Bergun Reka Holiday Village! A real railway carriage has been converted into a children’s play area and a little railway chugs round the holiday village with its passengers. But the best part is that traveling by train on the famous Rhaetian Railway is free all summer for Reka guests. The ‘RhB’ weekly rail pass is now included in the holiday home rent!
The Bergün holiday resort takes advantage of its special location on the adventure-packed Rhaetian Railway Albula Line (UNESCO-World Heritage). Its houses are built in the Engadin-style. Untouched by mass tourism, Reka holidays in Bergün offer you a peaceful holiday home in beautiful natural surroundings.
A new community area in the middle of the Holiday Village provides lots of room for all sorts of activities. In addition, the indoor pool was completely refurbished in 2011 and awaits you with bubble-beds and lots more sophisticated refinements. Free services are included in the holiday home rent, such as the Rekalino family programme with child care, baby equipment hire service. A community area is available as well as extensive recreation facilities for children and teenagers people alike. What more could you dream of? On your marks! Get set for a voyage of discovery through the wonderful Grisons!
The Rekalino Programme will be organized during the facility's opening hours. The Kids'-Club will be organized once a week (from 5 - 9 pm, including snacks and drinks, subject to a charge). Each week from 25 May till 19 October 2017: a nature, games and adventure day. Whole day activities will sometimes be organized.
Bergün Rail Hit
Winter: 1-Franc-Skipass-Fun - Buy a day ski pass for the area of your choice and extend it by adding one single Franc and get the rail ticket. The simple formula “Day Ski Pass + 1 Franc = Rail ticket and a voucher for the day pass for the ski area” is valid for the following winter sports regions: Engadin/St. Moritz, Scuol/Motta Naluns, Davos/Klosters and Arosa.
Offers will only be in German/French. Thank you for your understanding