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Grindelwald

Grindelwald

Framed by the breathtaking backdrop of the Eiger, the Mönch and the Jungfrau, at the foot of the Eiger's north face, lies the lovely Grindelwald. The weather-beaten wooden houses bestows a special charm on the mountain climbing village. The Jungfrau Top ski region offers everything the skiing heart desires, with 206 kilometres of piste and snow security up to 2,970 m. Grindelwald and Wengen are traditional World Cup locations, and the Schilthorn (Piz Gloria) became famous as the shooting location of a James Bond films. From Grindelwald you can travel by train past the ski region Kleine Scheidegg to the Jungfraujoch (3,454 m), the highest train station in Europe. Top events, such as the "World Snow Festival", the Skicross Worldcup or the "Eiger Bike Challenge" take place here and undermine the diversity of this "Best of the Alps" resort.


Wengen

Wengen

The famous village of Wengen is located in the Bernese Oberland at an altitude of approx. 1,274 m, and offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the surrounding 4,000-metre mountains. Since 1893, Wengen is accessible only by the Wengernalp railway from Lauterbrunnen. The village doesn't have a direct connection to the road network and is free from cars. Not only the nostalgic wooden houses, cabins and shops, but also the outstanding location - which guarantees an above average number of sunshine hours - make Wengen an exceptional holiday destination.Every high season, a number of cultural events, such as concerts, choir- and yodeling performances, take place in the village centre. But the charming mountain village also impresses in the field of winter sports: in January every year, the Lauberhorn ski competition takes place. This slope counts as one of the most challenging in the Alpine Ski World Cup. Cross-country skiers and winter hikers also get their money's worth here. With a total of approx. 100 km of hiking trails in the Jungfrau region, you will be more than impressed by the unique mountain landscape!


Arosa

Arosa

The famous spa and winter sports resort Arosa is located in the Schanfigger Valley at approx. 1,780 m and is both luxurious and natural. The diverse village is surrounded by a fascinating mountain landscape and forested slopes. Skiing is centred on the "Hörnli", "Weißhorn" and "Brüggerhorn" mountains. Here you will find all wishes catered for, nevermind if you are tall or small, beginner or expert, there is the right piste for everyone. Also the restaurants, bars and classy shops invite you in to spend a bit.



Disentis

Disentis

Disentis is located in the Surselva Valley in the canton of Graubünden, where the Medelser Rhine and the Vorderrhein flow into each other. The cosy, growing resort is situated at 1,150 m altitude, quite a bit away from the pulsating resorts and is known to be the centre of the Rhaetro-Romanic language. The ski area reaches up to nearly 3,000 m and is an insider's tip for free riders and boarders. 60 km of vast, prepared pistes as well as countless deep powder snow descents are a guarantee for lots of diversity. A cultural highlight is a visit to the widely visible monastery, the oldest Benedictine abbey in Switzerland. Also one of the oldest sheep wool processing factories of Switzerland is worth a visit. In the Bündener Highlands you will find many culinary specialties,as for instance Capuns alla tatta, Bizzochels or Maluns, which you must give a try! Extraordinary activities like heliskiing, snowtubing or building Igloos round off a vast offer of leisure time activities.


Klosters

Klosters

Klosters lays in the canton of Graubünden at an altitude of 1,1180 m and is a direct neighbour of the lively town Davos. Contrary to the liveliness of the town, the village Klosters offers cosy, romantic character. The traditional mountain village, with it's quaint wooden huts, emits a cosy feeling and is the ideal holiday region for relaxation seekers. It is not for nothing that also famous guests, such a Prince Charles, like to return to this holiday resort. From Klosters you have direct access to guaranteed winter sports fun. The Gotschna lift takes you right up into the Parsenn ski area or to the Weissfluhjoch with many popular ski pistes. With the "Davos Klosters Card", you can also enjoy numerous benefits and discounts in spa centres and activity pools, or at various restaurants, for example.


Saas Grund

Saas Grund

General informationSaas Grund, situated in the mountains and close to a skiing area, lies 1560 m above sea level and has 1300 inhabitants. Here, a wide variety of winter sports facilities are available, some of the more adventurous including waterfall climbing, off-piste hinterland skiing, traversing the Alpine Gorge, and mountaineering and hinterland skiing trips with the 'Weissmies' mountaineering school. Saas Grund is a real hiking paradise for people of every age: more than 330 km of marked hiking trails, the famous Saas Alpine trail, and more than 60 km of marked cycling paths are at your disposal.


Saas Almagell

Saas Almagell

General informationSaas Almagell, with its 450 inhabitants, is located in the mountains close to a skiing area, and lies 1672 m above sea level. As the southern-most community in the Saas Valley, Saas Almagell offers tranquility and relaxation in a beautiful mountain scenery. The idyllic holiday resort has preserved its typically Valaisan characteritics and cosy atmosphere, and is the ideal place for families with children. The new chair lift Weisslaub-Heibodme offers access to new hiking and skiing areas and the top station discloses a breathtaking panoramic view of the Mischabel and Monte-Rosa massivs. In the nearby skiing resorts of Saas Fee and Zermatt, you can even go skiing in summer.


Sils Maria

Sils Maria

If an author dedicates a poem to a place, it can only be worth travelling there. Friedrich Nietzsche spent 7 summers in Sils Maria, and the resort didn't only give him inspiration for his poem named after it. It's not too much of a surprise: after all, Sils Maria is located beautifully in between the lakes Silsersee and Silvaplanersee, at the entrance to the romantic Flextal valley which is car-free and can only be reached by a horse-drawn bus. Since it wasn't only Nietzsche, but also other artists like Joseph Beuys or David Bowie who found their inspiration here, Sils Maria is called "THE cultural centre of Engadin". The museum "Friedrich-Nietzsche-Haus" serves as monument for the poet. But not only the creative ones are impressed by Sils Maria. The Engadin valley is also a paradise for winter sports fans, thanks to its close proximity to the famous ski areas around St. Moritz. The Furschellas, the local mountain, gives you direct access to the Corvatsch ski area with the highest mountain station in the Eastern Alps (3,303 m).


Veysonnaz

Veysonnaz

Located at 1,350 m altitude, idyllically snug on the sunny slopes of the mountain side, lays Veysonnaz. The typical chalet buildings, the historical Valais mountain farm houses with their ornate decorations and above all the friendliness of the locals give this resorts its very own charm, and presents the impressions of time standing still. This may also originate from the fact that the villagers mainly lived from farming and agriculture until about 1960. After that tourism became the main source of income. No wonder, as the picturesque view of the region provides a unique experience for all visitors. Further the resort also offers great winter sports facilities with its central location in the 4 Vallées.


Brienz

Brienz

General informationBrienz (2961 inhabitants) lies in the Bernese Oberland region on 577m above sealevel. The picturesque village is situated by the lake Brienzer See, embeded in an impressive alpine landscape. The mountains, the Ballenberg open-air museum and the Giessbach waterfalls are well worth visiting. Skiers, hikers and cyclists will enjoy the opportunities the region has to offer. Local tourist associations offer their guests a rich choice of entertaining activities. If you wish to explore Switzerland, you can go on an outing to Interlaken, Thun, Berne or Lucerne.


Saanen Gstaad

Saanen Gstaad

General informationSaanen-Gstaad, at an altitude of 1000 m, has 1200 inhabitants and is located in the mountains, close to a skiing area. Here, in the historic heart of the Saanenland, all of your dreams can come true. The old wooden chalets and a church that dates back to the 15th century characterize the village of Saanen. These attributes and many more preserve an elegance of the old world that can only be found in Saanen. While walking peacefully in the norrow streets, you can discover the heritage and traditions which give the village its special charm. Not only the heart of the village is dreamlike, but also the medley of fantastic winter sport opportunities. For downhill skiers, the Eggli-Videmanette conntects Saanen and Gstaad with Rougemont. Furthermore, if you like walking you will find winter hiking paths between Rougemont, Gstaad and Gsteig. This community is perfect for sportsmen and dreamers alike.


Unterwasser

Unterwasser

General informationUnterwasser is situated at 910 m altitude and has 1300 inhabitants. The village is at a nice place in the east of Switzerland, which is one of the manifold nature places. On one level with the pass between the St. Gallen Rhine valley and the Toggenburg, Unterwasser, a scattered settlement that is typical for this region, is situated. Its excellent location offers its guests a stunning view on the mountains of the Churfirsten and the Säntis massifs. Soft hills at the Appenzeller and St. Gallerland, snowcovered hits at the Glarnerland, neverending green in Thurgau, soft winehills in Schaffhausen.


Lenzerheide

Lenzerheide

Lenzerheide is situated at an altitude of 1,473 m in a high valley in the Swiss canton Graubünden, approx. 20 km south of the canton capital Chur. The resort lies not far from the idyllic Heidsee and offers a view of the Parpaner Rothorn mountain, as well as a combination of tradition, richness of culture and modern infrastructure. The holiday region Lenzerheide was awarded with the seal of approval "Familien willkommen" (families welcome) and offers diverse leisure activities for parents and their children. Charming events like the Christmas market in the "magic forest" with sophisticated lighting installations are a real highlight. There are many museums, castles and churches for you to discover. Moreover, concerts, cabarets and other cultural events are organised in the Hotel Kurhaus. The lift network Arosa-Lenzerheide is one of the most modern ski areas in Switzerland. Moreover, spa enthusiasts will find many possibilities to relax in Lenzerheide, such as the biggest Turkish steam bath in the alpine area for instance. If the weather is bad, the sports centre Lenzerheide offers a big range of indoor activities.


Seelisberg

Seelisberg

General informationSeelisberg with a population of about 613 people lies at 800m above sea level in the vicinity of Lucerne in the heart of Switzerland. Seelisberg is a charming village situated on a gently rolling mountainside which leads to the picturesque Vierwaldstätter Lake. This village is an insider tip for those considering a holiday on the Vierwaldstätter Lake. The small and beautiful township is a revered destination for Romantics, Naturists, and both Active and Inactive pursuits. The surrounding Forrests, open plains and idealic mountain lake with its naturally sandy banks - makes for a unique experience. A Boat ride on the Vierwaldstätter Lake is a MUST whilst culture buffs will enjoy a visit to the 'Rütli', the birthplace of the Swiss 'Eidgenossenschaft'.


Fiesch

Fiesch

The holiday village of Fiesch is the touristic centre of the Fieschertal and lies near the entrance at an altitude of 1,049 m. The "Weisswasser" river babbles through the area, composed of the melt water from the Fiescher glacier, and flows into the Rhône river on the lower half of the sun-drenched hillside. The quaint village is the ideal starting point for mountain sports in the Aletsch region. With direct connection via the lifts, active travellers will find the best conditions in the Aletsch Arena for skiing, cross-country, ski touring, snowshoe hiking, tobogganing and even paragliding. Fiesch is located at the foot of the Eggishorn mountain and welcomes skiers and boarders alike to both enjoy the area for its winter sporting opportunities as well as its natural surroundings, which can be taken in at the great viewing point found up at the mountain station (2,869 m). It's here where you'll have a complete panoramic view of the 4,000 m high peaks of the Bernese Alps, including the well-known trinity Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau, and not to mention the massive Alestch glacier and its smaller companion, the Fiescher glacier. When weather permits, you can even see the far-off, recognisable peak of the Matterhorn.


Gersau

Gersau

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Hasliberg

Hasliberg

The dreamy area of Hasliberg consists of four districts: Wasserwendi, Hohfluh, Goldern and Reuti. It's located behind the Brünig Pass (1,008 m) and at the foot of Planplatten (2,250 m), above its lively neighbour Meiringen. Hasliberg is a much-loved ski resort and is also known as one of the most family-friendly holiday destinations in the Bernese Oberland. At an altitude of almost 1,100 m you can savour the unbelievable panoramic views onto the surrounding mountains including Glogghüs (2,534 m), Hochstollen (2,480 m) and Rothorn (2,525 m). The districts Reuti and Wasserwendi offer direct access to the ski area with their gondolas. Numerous winter hiking trails connect the individual districts and even lead right down to Meiringen. Far away from all things hectic, Hasliberg is almost in the middle of the ski area and offers a wide range for both young and older winter sports fans!


Celerina

Celerina

Celerina is glamorous St. Moritz's cosy neighbour, which, due to its ideal location is known as the sunniest resort in magnificent the Engadin. Despite the many hours of sun, the valley run into the village is skiable all winter. Celerina offers numerous opportunities to have fun both on boards and on foot: take advantage of the numerous pistes of the Corviglia in the Engadin ski region or the shops directly in the centre. If you like it a bit more fast-paced, dare a run down the Olympic bob sled track's 1,720 m of pure adrenaline. With direct access to St. Moritz's prominent ski area, Celerina is the ideal winter holiday destination for both families and party fans.



Cities in Zurich Region region

Zurich

Zurich

Old Town lies on both banks of the Limmat River, which flows from the lake, runs from the beginning to gradually turn north and then west in a curve. Old city limits are easily recognized by the channel Schanzengraben. This course was used for the artificial construction of a third century fortress in 17 to 18. Zurich is situated 408 m above sea level in the lower (northern) Lake Zurich (Zürichsee) about 30 km north of the Alps and located between forested hills to the west and east.


Cities in Lake Geneva region region

Geneva

Geneva

Swiss Geneva is a city located in the extreme west of the country, the capital of the canton with the same name. The population (184,758 inhabitants on 2001 census), is the country's second city (after Zürich) and the first of the French. Geneva is located on the shores of Europe's largest lake, Lake Leman (Lake Geneva). Located in the Romande the country (the French-speaking), the town is situated on the shores of Lake Leman, the two banks of the Rhone, surrounded by mountains, which they shared with France: Les Voirons Le Saleve, Le Mont Zion, and Vuache Le Jura Mountains.


Cities in Valais region

Zermatt

Zermatt

Zermatt is a municipality belonging to the district Visp in the Swiss canton of Valais. The village is situated at the end Mattertal valley at an altitude of 1620 meters, at the foot of the highest peaks in Switzerland. It spans a distance of 10 km from Step Theodore border with Italy. Zermatt is famous for mountain activities and ski resorts that are found here. The locality was known as one concerned with farming but the area has developed rapidly after some people showed interest in climbing, leading to many tourist facilities. The village was discovered by several climbers including most notably Edward Whymper, who conquered the Matterhorn mountain, making the city so well known.


Saas Fee

Saas Fee

The run through the Saas Valley, with its deep ravines and steep mountain slopes, is very impressive. In the heart of the highest mountains in the Swiss Alps, the road winds up to the resort entrance at 1,800 m. Here you have to leave your own car behind and travel with the free local bus, an electric car or on foot to the resort. The former mountain farmer village at the foot of the “Dom” (4,545 m) has developed into a lively and yet traditional winter sports resort with tons of flair and a wide palette of shops and entertainment options.From the village, you can take one of several gondolas directly into the ski area. The Saas Valley’s most famous lift, the standing cable car “Metro Alpin”, starts at approx. 3,000 m and brings you up to an altitude of 3,500 m in just a few minutes. There you can enjoy a fantastic view of the mountain panorama and, on a clear day, even see the lights of Milan, from the world’s highest rotating restaurant. A level lower you will also find the entrance to the 5,000 m² ice pavilion, which, with a constant temperature of -1°C, offers a fascinating glimpse into the world of the centuries-old Fee Glacier.In addition to skiing, you can take advantage of all sorts of options in Saas-Fee, e.g. open-air bars with loungers at the foot of the pistes or cosy and traditional restaurants in the resort centre, as well as a lively nightlife and various activities.


Nendaz

Nendaz

Set on a high plateau, Nendaz (1,400 m) has an incredible view of the Rhône Valley and the Alps. Several historic monuments are proof of over 1000 years of history, which the oldest village in the Quatre Vallées looks back on. In contrast to this history, Nendaz now offers the infrastructure of a modern winter sports destination with over 20 restaurants, around 20 cafés and bars, as well as four discos, numerous shops and cultural facilities. Before you go out on the town, we recommend a meal in one of these cosy restaurants. Spoil yourself with regional specialities, such as raclette or fondue and a good wine. To the joy of all winter sports fans, the lifts start directly on the edge of the resort and the bars are also within walking distance. Nendaz also bears the "Families welcome" award for it's family friendliness.


Cities in Davos Klosters region

Davos

Davos

Davos is known as the highest located holiday, spa and congress city of Europe, as a Global Village and varied Alpine metropolis. The small but widely known Swiss town is located in the Canton of Grisons on an altitude of 1,500 m. The lively holiday resort offers wonderful, idyllic nature and a magnificent ski area which is especially well-known for its freeride possibilities. The popular climatic spa and winter sports resorts amazes guests with beautiful Lake Davos, with attractive lifts up to 2,844 m and a modern winter sports centre. Various sports events also entice many visitors. For example, Davos is and has been location for the FIS Cross-country World Cup, the International Ice Hockey Spengler Cup as well as the O'Neills Snowboard World Tour or Switzerland's oldest ski race, the "Parsenn Derby". A large offer for family, varied apres ski possibilities, wonderful recreational opportunities as well as the first class culinary offer round off your unique holidays in Davos. With the "Davos Klosters Card", you can also enjoy numerous benefits and discounts in spa centres and activity pools, or at various restaurants, for example.


Cities in Canton of Basel region

Basel

Basel

Basel is a city with a very old, medieval center, a carnival that can compete with those of Venice or Rio de Janeiro at any time, and several world-class art museums built by renowned architects such as Renzo Piano, Mario Botta and Herzog & From Meuron.


Cities in Vaud region

Montreux

Montreux

From the lake to the mountains and vineyards, Montreux Riviera offers a postcard landscape. It’s an authentic little piece of paradise that has attracted many artists, writers and travellers in search of beauty, tranquillity and inspiration.


Cities in Jungfrau region

Interlaken

Interlaken

Interlaken is a town in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. It is a well-known tourist destination in central Switzerland near the Alps. Aare River flows through town. Interlaken is located between Lake Brienz and Lake Thun from east to west. The town itself takes its name from its geographical position between the lakes (in Latin inter lacus - but the name itself has been used only since 1891, replacing the old name Aarmühle).


Cities in Graubunden region

St Moritz

St Moritz

St. Moritz is located at an altitude of approx. 1,800 m inmidst of Oberebgadin just above the Engadin Seenplatte. Being one of the winter sports resorts chosen by the famous people of the world, staying in impressive 5-star hotels, the traditional resort often is combined with the attributes exclusive and glamourous. The picturesque mountain landscape with idyllic lakes and massive 3,000-ers is often overlooked. The traditional Engadin cosyness is especially noticeable just outside St. Moritz-Dorf and St. Moritz-Bad in the Oberengadin area. On the local mountain, the Corviglia/Piz Nair, you can choose between an unforgetable day inmidst of the world's high society in gourmet chef Reto Mathis' restaurant or in an attractive ski area with spectacular views. Additionally, St. Moritz has the only bob run with natural ice worldwide and has already been the event site of 5 Alpine Ski Championships and 2 Olympic winter games.


Cities in Bernese Oberland region

Gstaad

Gstaad

Gstaad is the pearl of the magnificent Bernese Oberland, one of the best "playground" in the winter and summer. With the 250 km road to the valley, 97 km trails on varied terrain and many activities throughout the year. Gstaad is very quiet and you'll get the impression that it is boring, but not if you will accommodate the Palace Hotel Gstaad. The hotel was built in 1912, displayed the largest hostel in Switzerland and has 107 rooms, but do not let the rustic decor and cozy room fool you: this hotel is the epicenter of the local social scene.


Meiringen

Meiringen

The lively resort Meiringen is one of the most famous in the lovely Bernese Oberland. The main resort of the sunny Hasli Valley is situated at approx. 600 m altitude at the foot of the Rothorn and allows easy access to the ski area by taking either the gondola from Meiringen to Hasliberg Reuti, or taking the car. The village was largely made famous through the dessert "meringues" and the creator of Sherlock Holmes, who used the resort as a setting in one of his books. Therefore, it is not surprising that you can visit a Sherlock Holmes museum in Meiringen. Furthermore, Meiringen offers a comprehensive selection of leisure activities for young and old, so you are sure to experience both and entertaining but also relaxing winter holiday.


Cities in Obwalden region

Engelberg

Engelberg

Engelberg is located in the upper Swiss Alps at an altitude of approx. 1,050 m. The former monastery village has, over time, developed into a very popular winter sports destination, boasting perfect piste conditions. The Titlis, also known as “Mountain of Superlatives”, with its altitude of approx. 3,020 m, is popular among skiers and snowboards. The town's look is especially influenced by the monastery buildings as well as its art nouveau-styled hotels. After an unforgettable day on the pistes, guests can enjoy everything from the local cuisine to chic culinary treats. Sports fans will enjoy the diverse sports activities in addition to fun on the pistes. In winter 2012/13 Europe's highest located hanging bridge will opened. Experience the 100 m long and spectacular bridge construction from the mountain station at over 3,000 m altitude (access is weather dependent). The bridge is one metre wide, and hangs freely and offers an adventurous view down the 500 m deep gorge down the Titlis southern wall.


Cities in Lucerne region

Lucerne

Lucerne

Lucerne is a city in central Switzerland with a population of 60,274 inhabitants (31 December 2003), the capital of the canton of Lucerne. The city is situated on Lake Lucerne (Vierwaldstättersee). There is a foundation document of the city, but it is mentioned in 840 as "Luciaria", the name comes from a monastery of St. Leodegar, founded around the year 730.


Cities in Canton of Bern region

Berne

Berne

Bern, capital of Switzerland, lies at an altitude of 542m, the plains of Switzerland, located approximately in the center of the plain country. Surrounding landscape was formed by glaciers during the last glaciatii. Berne is located between two mountains: Mount Gurten an altitude of 858 meters in southern city and the mountain with an altitude of 947 Bantiger meters located to the east. Temperatures in Bern is between -5 degrees Celsius in winter and 20 degrees Celsius in summer, during July and August. Bern City Center is located on a peninsula formed by the river Aare (V Berchthold deczie Zähringen taken by the twelfth century,) but in the nineteenth century, new districts were formed across a river, accessible by bridges high - first Nydegg bridge was in 1843 with a length of 190 meters, then came in 1883 Kirchenfeld bridge 229 meters in 1898 Kornhaus bridge with 382 meters to 1930 meters with 178 Lorraine bridge, and then in 1962 with a long bridge Monbijou 337,5 meters.


Cities in Schweizer Mittelland region

Bern

Bern

General InformationRomantic, medieval lanes, 6 kilometers arcades and the longest covered shopping promenade in the world invite to stroll, shop, dine and enjoy. The painter Paul Klee worked in Bern, and the museum of arts owns his worldwide greatest collection. Paul Klee Centre Bern: opening 2005, the centre of this cultural institution build the person, the life and the life-work of Paul Klee. The city was fonded 1191 between 'Seeland' and 'Emmental' by Duke of Zähringen on a peninsula. Numerous sights you must see in Bern. The 'Berner Münster' is one of the most important building sight and in front of the clock-tower - short called 'Zytglogge', four minutes to each hour a figure play starts. The 'Baerengraben' is the mark of the city of Bern - bears were kept since the fonding of the city. Visit the 'Mutze' and feed it with a 'Ruebli' (carott).