St. Moritz is more than a holiday resort. It is the birthplace of the skiing holiday and has hosted two Winter Olympics. But there is more to it than that. Originally, St. Moritz owes its reputation to the thermal springs known for 3,000 years, which enabled it to establish itself as a summer spa resort. Guests from all over the world appreciate the modern Alpine lifestyle characterised by luxury services, shopping and top-class gastronomy. Tourist attractions such as the leaning tower, remains of the St. Maurice Church dating from the 16th century, or the Segantini Museum are alternatives to luxury and the jet set.