Chur

Chur

Switzerland's oldest city is by no means stuck in the past. Cultural events, bars, clubs, museums, shopping centers, stores and boutiques enliven Graubünden's capital. Visitors who want to get to know the Old Town, can book a guided tour. more

Bosco Gurin

Bosco Gurin

Coming from the Valais, emigrants settled in the Middle Ages in the small side valley of the Maggia Valley. These settlers, the Walters, did not traverse the valleys but coming from Pomade (Val Formazza), they crossed the mountains. Bosco Gurin,...more

Saint-Cergue

Saint-Cergue

The Jura village of Saint-Cergue (1041 m), in the foothills of the Jura...more

Champéry

Champéry

In winter, Champéry forms part of the cross-border skiing area...more

Chur

Switzerland's oldest city is by no means stuck in the past. Cultural events, bars, clubs, museums, shopping centers, stores and boutiques enliven Graubünden's capital. Visitors who want to get to know the Old Town, can book a guided tour.

Switzerland’s oldest city charms visitors with its fine mountain setting, twisting alleys and historic buildings. Numerous boutiques, restaurants, bars, museums and galleries in the largely traffic-free Old Town create a Mediterranean-style atmosphere.

Bosco Gurin

Coming from the Valais, emigrants settled in the Middle Ages in the small side valley of the Maggia Valley. These settlers, the Walters, did not traverse the valleys but coming from Pomade (Val Formazza), they crossed the mountains. Bosco Gurin, at 1503 meters the highest mountain village in Ticino, is today one of Switzerland’s most charming villages.

Coming from the Valais, emigrants settled in the Middle Ages in the small side valley of the Maggia Valley. These settlers, the Walters, did not traverse the valleys but coming from Pomade (Val Formazza), they crossed the mountains. Bosco Gurin, at 1503 meters the highest mountain village in Ticino, is today one of Switzerland’s most charming villages.

Saint-Cergue

The Jura village of Saint-Cergue (1041 m), in the foothills of the Jura high above Lake Geneva, enjoys wonderfully wide views of the Savoy Alps as far as Mont Blanc. The sunlit woods and high alpine meadows of the Jura in the Vaud Jura Park and the impressive peak of La Dôle are ideal for long walks. In winter, the Vaud Jura is a paradise for cross-country skiers.

Saint-Cergue is located at 1041 m at the entrance to the Col de la Givrine, to the east of the impressive Jura peak of La Dôle. Its situation, high above Lake Geneva, offers wonderful wide views of the whole alpine chain as far as Mont Blanc. The main attractions of this resort are the peaceful landscape of the Jura and the fresh, scented air of the extensive forests.

Champéry

In winter, Champéry forms part of the cross-border skiing area "Portes du Soleil", one of the largest continuous skiing areas in the world, with 209 lifts and 650 km of prepared slopes. Nevertheless, the Lower Valais resort of Champéry in the Val d'Illiez has retained much of its traditional charm.

Located in the huge skiing area of "Les Portes du Soleil", the resort of Champéry in the Val d'Illiez in the Lower Valais has still managed to preserve much its traditional charm.