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Can't ski, won't ski? If skiing is not your thing, you can still have a fabulous time in Switzerland. I have winter vacation ideas for you that will convince you that winter is that time to visit.
Groomed toboggan runs in Switzerland are waiting to be taken under the skids. Officially, there are approximately 150 toboggan runs but in actuality, there are many more.
Swiss Carnival celebrations vary from region to region; most of them take place around Lent. That's the time when the Swiss let loose. You'll be surprised.
Traditional Horn Sled Races in Switzerland are fun and entertaining. They are taking place between January and March in wintersport resorts.
A hike up to Lac du Taney and Mount Le Grammont in the Chablais Alps in Western Switzerland rewards you with spectacular panoramic views to the Lake Geneva area, the Lavaux vineyards and beyond.
The advent season is that time of the year when we like to take time out and reflect upon the past. Many winter traditions are associated with that time and we love to celebrate them. Amongst them the St. Nicolas day….
Looking for enchanting Christmas Markets in Switzerland? We've got some really cosy ones that are fun to explore and find local arts and crafts.
The Tallest Gravity Dam in the World With a height of 285m, the Barrage de la Grande Dixence in Switzerland is the tallest gravity dam in the world.
Find out what kind of additional Swiss pass benefits you are entitled to when you choose any of the discounted train travel options.
Are you on a city break and looking for a guided day trip from Zürich to another one of our scenic corners before you return home? Then have a look at the 5 most amazing excursions from the 'Limmat City'.
Morges in Western Switzerland is one of the prettiest lakeside cities on Lake Geneva. The 'City of Flowers' exudes and old world charm and nowhere are lazy summer days quite as relaxing as on the splendid lake promenade.
The often overlooked Prättigau is tucked away in a side valley to the Rhine and lies between Landquart and Klosters. At the beginning of the valley is a narrow canyon called Klus and when one emerges frofm the tunnel, the valley begins to up and widens more the closer one gets to Klosters, a holiday resort for over 100 years.
The best time to visit Switzerland really depends on what you want to do, see and experience. Our country might be small but the weather is as varied as the activities and sightseeing options.
Due to the fact that Switzerland has very low and high altitudes, Switzerland's climate ranges from Arctic cold to Mediterranean mild and dry and all kinds of variations in-between.
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This alpine hut almost disappears under heaps of snow. The photo was taken last year by a friend of mine while off-piste skiing in the Prättigau Valley. It’s now end of January, and although skiing is great at the moment, we are still waiting for this much snow.
The scenic circular hike from Bergün to the Kesch alpine hut regals you with sweeping views and an array of flora and fauna. Hiking in Switzerland's largest Nature Park, Parc Ela.
Is there anything more enchanting than a beautiful winter day? We’ve waited quite a bit for such a scene this year. It’s almost mid-January, and we finally got enough of the white fluffy stuff to enjoy the slopes or a winter hike surrounded by beautiful winter scenery.
A Cheese from the Bernese Jura Region of Switzerland One of the many highlights of our 24-day Switzerland trip was the gastronomic delight(s)afforded
Christmas in Switzerland is not much differently celebrated than in our neighbouring countries. But we wouldn't be Swiss if we didn't develop our own Christmas traditions, and of course, they also differ a little depending in which linguistic region we live.
Every year on the weekend closest to December 11th, Geneva celebrates the historic Escalade festival (Fête de l'Escalade) commemorating the victory over the Duke of Savoy's invading troops in 1602.
Did you know St. Nikolaus really exists? One day I got lost in the woods in the Prättigau, a beautiful valley in Graubünden - Switzerland. And who do you think I met?
Munich - St. Gallen - Lucerne - Interlaken - Bellinzona - Lugano - Innsbruck - Munich I got to a later start than planned, and so I took the more direct
The Alpine descent in Brigels/Breil is celebrated every year mid-September. It's a celebration of the coming home of the cows who have spent the summer months hihg up in the Alps.
The Festival Fulehung in Thun is a fun event for the whole family. The fool chases spectators through the medieval city during this fall festival.
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