- 1 Center Communal 20, ☎ , e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. M-F 09:00-11:30, 13:30-17:00, Sa 09:00-11:30, closed mid-October until mid-December.
A shuttle bus operated by the Alpenarena runs around Falera in the winter. In the summer it is possible to walk about easier as there is no ice. The town itself is car-free, which means that you will have to leave your car at the entrance of the village, unless you have a special permission.
The views of course are the other thing to be seen in Falera. The village sits on a lip of high land overlooking the Surselva with spectacular views both up and down the valley. To the southwest sits the impressive Piz Terri at 3149 meters the highest mountain in the immediate area.
- 1 Church St. Remigius. This ancient church, perched scenically on the hillside, is the pride of Falera. It's ornate interior shows how much the locals care for their church. Nearby the church are some prehistoric megaliths, telling us that this has been a place of worship for many years.
- 2 Parc la Mutta, ☎ , e-mail: email@example.com. This collection of prehistoric megaliths forms an ancient place of cult. It can be explored independently or with the help of a local guide.
- 1 Alpenarena (235 km in winter, 28 lifts). Skiing is the major winter activity here. The Alpenarena ski area is shared with Flims and Laax and has its highest point on the glacier at 3018 metres altitude. Skiers are mostly Swiss, but recently more English can be heard as the place is being discovered more and more by foreigners. From Falera, a chair lift gives access to the ski domain. Day pass Fr. 77/26.
- Restaurant La Siala.
- Restaurant Aurora.
- 1 La Siala, Via Principala 2, ☎ , e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. From Fr. 79, but much more expensive most of the time.