Champéry

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. more

Graubünden

Graubünden

Alpine valleys descending from high mountains. Rivers in every conceivable direction. German, Romansh and Italian in a single canton.more

Bad Ragaz

Bad Ragaz

Bad Ragaz in the St. Gallen Rhine Valley at the foot of the Pizol has a...more

Bellinzona

Bellinzona

Bellinzona (German: Bellenz) is strategically positioned where the...more

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.

Graubünden

Alpine valleys descending from high mountains. Rivers in every conceivable direction. German, Romansh and Italian in a single canton.

Alpine valleys descending from high mountains. Rivers in every conceivable direction. German, Romansh and Italian in a single canton.

Bad Ragaz

Bad Ragaz in the St. Gallen Rhine Valley at the foot of the Pizol has a long traditional as a thermal spa. It is now a wellness resort with top-class hotels, thermal baths and golf courses. The warm (37°C), healing water rises in the mysterious Tamina Gorge from a chamber deep in the mountain between towering schist walls up to 70 metres high.

Bad Ragaz in the St. Gallen Rhine Valley at the foot of the Pizol has a long tradition as a health spa. Today it is a wellness resort with top-class hotels, thermal baths and golf courses. The warm (37°C) healing waters bubble up from inside the mountain in the deep, mysterious Tamina Gorge in nearby Pfäfers.

Bellinzona

Bellinzona (German: Bellenz) is strategically positioned where the valley narrows at the southern entrance to the Alpine passes of St. Gotthard, San Bernardino and Lucomagno and is probably Switzerland's most Italianate town. The skyline of the capital of Ticino, comprising three of the best-preserved medieval castles in Switzerland, which are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Bellinzona is probably Switzerland's most Italianate town. The skyline of the capital of Ticino is defined by the powerful fortifications, comprising three of the best-preserved medieval castles in Switzerland, which are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.