The approx. 9-kilometer long hiking loop is thematically dedicated to orchards.
The "Kambly Experience" in Trubschachen is a veritable feast for all the senses. Here our visitors discover the secrets of the art of fine biscuit making, learn about...
This walkway among the vineyards connects Salgesch with the Château de Villa in Siders. Each of the 80 information signs along the way features a theme. The wine...
<h3>Cuisine is culture come alive.</h3>
A country that has 350 different varieties of sausages is one
that cares a lot about food and doesn't think much of...
Rye that is still grown on the terraces of Erschmatt, a mountain-top village above Leuk, continues to be ground into flour in the village mill and then used to make...
<h3>Dine on the move – with first-class views.</h3>
Lean back, and reach for your glass. Order a local speciality: Älplermakkaroni
Cross the Bernina Pass in the Rhaetian Railway and savour regional culinary delights en route to Puschlav – an appetiser on Alp Grüm with views of the Palü Glacier,...
When 20-year-old Emil Ebneter started his Appenzell liquor shop in 1902, he laid the foundation for today's Appenzeller Alpenbitter AG. Take the tour to gain clues to...
At the Berghaus Diavolezza relax in Europe's highest Jacuzzi or on the sun terrace. With views across to the dramatic mountain and glacier scenery from Piz Palü up to...
Visit the museum and cheese shop in Leysin, where an expert cheesemaker uses all his artistic skills to produce fine traditional cheese.
Discover the delicious cuisine of the Lower Engadin 2,200 metres above sea level at Alp Laret, high above Ftan.
The view down into the depths is dizzyingly beautiful! The Vorderrhein has eaten 400 metres into the limestone cliffs of the Ruinaulta. Accompanied by the Rhaetian...
A monument to cheese: more than 3,000 wheels, including historic rarities, have been gathered here at the Gstaad cheese grotto.