Small irrigation channels are alimented by glacier water. They have been in place since the 14th Century. Today there are well-groomed hiking trails which follow them.
In der Gegend um Grächen finden sich gleich vier der berühmten Walliser Bewässerungskanäle.
The "bisses" are traditional irrigation channels used to bring precious glacier water to the cultivated land around Crans-Montana.
A special treat is a visit to Zeneggen, which has retained its rustic character of yore. Its buildings are sprinkled across a large, sunny plateau and linked together...
Stroll along sleepy trails to the gentle babbling of the Suonen. Discover and experience this Valais legacy for yourself.
Since the 1970s old farmhouses, stables, bakehouses or barns are no longer demolished when they are due to be replaced by modern buildings. Instead, the buildings are...
As Switzerland's oldest chocolate factory, Cailler has been producing innovative and fine chocolate products since 1819. This state-of-the-art visitor tour at the...
Franck Muller is the archetypal watchmaking success
story. In less than ten years, he has taken his brand to an
This Hands on Event starts with a guided tour through the national Swiss Woodcarving Museum. Well equipped with traditional woodcarving tools , you can carve, design...
Sulz AG, Gemeinde Laufenburg
Anybody who wandered through the Soulce Valley in days gone by would have seen a thin plume of smoke rising from many a small building and heard a uniform knocking on...
For centuries, growing crops was the basis for agriculture in the Lower Engadin. The mill is the last evidence of this bygone era, telling as it does of the once rich...