Urwaldhaus - Wirtschaft zum Bären.

Urwaldhaus - Wirtschaft zum Bären.

A restaurant since 1805, the Urwaldhaus serves everything from house-marinated salmon to tripe and a menu gastronomique.more

Rougemont - traditional village

Rougemont - traditional village

A very unspoilt traditional village in the Pays-d’Enhaut. The traditional timber chalets are frequently adorned with proverbs as well as flowers from spring to the autumn. The church of Rougemont is a jewel of Romanesque architecture that dates...more

In the footsteps of Cäsar Ritz.

In the footsteps...

King of hoteliers - Hotelier of kings.Retrace the footsteps of his life.more

Napoleon Museum

Napoleon Museum

The last emperor of France lived high above Lake Constance, in the...more

Urwaldhaus - Wirtschaft zum Bären.

A restaurant since 1805, the Urwaldhaus serves everything from house-marinated salmon to tripe and a menu gastronomique.

Built in 1550 and a restaurant since 1805 – ser ving everything from house-marinated sal - mon to tripe as well as a gastronomic menu.

Rougemont - traditional village

A very unspoilt traditional village in the Pays-d’Enhaut. The traditional timber chalets are frequently adorned with proverbs as well as flowers from spring to the autumn. The church of Rougemont is a jewel of Romanesque architecture that dates from the 11th century. It was constructed by monks of the Cluniac order. The church and the adjacent castle both enjoy listed-building status.

Rougemont is an unspoilt traditional village in the valley of the Pays d’Enhaut, whose gentle landscape is home to an exceptional variety of local fl ora and fauna.

In the footsteps of Cäsar Ritz.

King of hoteliers - Hotelier of kings.Retrace the footsteps of his life.

The king of hoteliers – and hotelier to kings. Follow in the footsteps of his career.

Napoleon Museum

The last emperor of France lived high above Lake Constance, in the middle of a large park, in a tastefully furnished castle. Today's Napoleon Museum contains the original furnishings. The park has recently been restored.

The last emperor of France lived high above Lake Constance, in the middle of a large park, in a tastefully furnished castle. Today's Napoleon Museum contains the original furnishings. The park has recently been restored.