GET THE BEST OFFER EASILYFREE!
Multiple offers, directly from our local Partners!
- Limousine Center
- Flims transfer
Limousine Center is the fastest and easiest way to find local limousine service companies. Would you like to try it out? The local limousine services are already waiting for your request. And we are pleased to connect you with them.
Get the best limousine service in Flims with our help! You just have to fill out the form on the left side and the companies will send you their offers!
If you travel a lot don't waste your time with searching for local chauffeuer services. Use Limousine Center!
Make your requests online with Limousine Center and our professional Partners will get back to you with their offers as soon as possible.
Do you need a limousine service? Our professional local Partners are waiting for your request.
The best private and group transfers in Flims. Professional drivers, comfort, quality and professional transfers from Limousine Center!
Our customers said
|One customer from Singapore:|
This is an excellent service you are providing to travellers like me.
|Sam Sainsbury from the United Kingdom:|
They were very efficient and the car was gorgeous - exactly what I wanted.
|Flims is a municipality in the district of Imboden in the Swiss canton of Graubünden. The town of Flims is dominated by the Flimserstein which you can see from almost anywhere in the area.|
Flims consists of the village of Flims (called Flims Dorf) and the hamlets of Fidaz and Scheia as well as Flims-Waldhaus, the initial birthplace of tourism in Flims, where most of the hotels were built before and after around 1900.
Flims has an area of 50.5 km2 (19.5 sq mi). Of this area, 33.7% is used for agricultural purposes, while 28.9% is forested. Of the rest of the land, 3.6% is settled (buildings or roads) and the remainder (33.9%) is non-productive (rivers, glaciers or mountains).
The lowest point of the municipality is at the Rhine river in the Ruinaulta at 630 meters, while Piz Segnas reaches 3099 m. Both Piz Segnas and neighbouring Piz Dolf show the line of the Glarus thrust in its upper part, now a UNESCO world heritage. The easiest access to the area is an aerial cableway to Fil de Cassons from Flims or any of various hikes to this ridge lying southeast of Piz Dolf. One route uses the ascent via Val Bargis, a wild valley running around Flimserstein.
Flims is first mentioned in 765 as Fleme.
This article uses briefed material from the Wikipedia article Flims, which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0, just as this article about the city.