Biel / Bienne
The watchmaking centres of La Chaux-de-Fonds and Le Locle have been awarded World Heritage status by Unesco in Sevilla. The two neighbouring towns in canton Neuchâtel...
Barren high moors, flowery low moor bogs and a primeval moorland delight the senses! Moors - as far as the eye can see and your feet will carry you.
Its summit offers up magnificent views and those inclined to scratch about on it will be left with the impression that marine fauna and other large animals once lived...
UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site <br />
The capital of Switzerland has many charms. Its quaint old town is framed by the Aare Riverand offers spectacular...
The 300 sq. kilometer area around the Piz Sardona shows the geological phenomenon of overlay - older rock strata are to be found above younger ones. They bear witness...
The Müstair valley is one of Switzerland's most beautiful mountain valleys – and is home to the worldwide unique biosphere reserve in the Romansh language region.
At 800 hectares, the terraced vineyards of the Lavaux form Switzerland's largest contiguous vineyard area with terrace after terrace offering magnificent views.
The Jungfrau-Aletsch Region is now labelled World Natural Heritage by UNESCO. Known for the extraordinary beauty of its land-scape, it is the first and only site in...
Central Switzerland's first and only biosphere reserve offers natural beauty at its finest. Seemingly endless moors, craggy karst formations and wild unbridled...
130 kilometres in one train. The Albula/Bernina railway line forms the heart of the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage listing and is regarded as one of the world's most...
In St. Gallen you'll find history at every turn. The city's landmark is the Convent of St. Gall with its Baroque cathedral. The convent, including the library and...
With its castles, walls, towers, battlements and gates, this impressive fortress is a source of wonder and amazement.
The internationally-renowned Convent of St. John in Müstair enjoys UNESCO World Cultural Heritage listing and owes its existence and uniqueness to Charlemagne. It is...