The Kambly Experience

The Kambly Experience

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 the origins of Kambly and experience moments of pure bliss.more

Ticino

Ticino

All of Ticino’s eight districts grow wine. The Ticinese vineyards...more

Three-Lake-Country

Three-Lake-Country

Like the vineyards in many other wine-growing regions, those in the...more

Bernese plait

A Swiss Sunday brunch without a Bernese plaited loaf is like Christmas without presents. The bread is especially delicious when you make it yourself and enjoy it warm from the oven.

The Kambly Experience

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 the origins of Kambly and experience moments of pure bliss.

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 the origins of Kambly and experience moments of pure bliss.

Ticino

All of Ticino’s eight districts grow wine. The Ticinese vineyards benefit from region’s mild climate that is almost Mediterranean in character.

All of Ticino’s eight districts grow wine. The Ticinese vineyards benefit from region’s mild climate that is almost Mediterranean in character.

Three-Lake-Country

Like the vineyards in many other wine-growing regions, those in the Three-Lake-Country have experienced their ups and downs. The wine growing area reached the point at which the largest expanse of land was planted with vineyards in the middle of the 17th century, most likely due to the increased demand during the Thirty Years War.

Like the vineyards in many other wine-growing regions, those in the Three-Lake-Country have experienced their ups and downs. The wine growing area reached the point at which the largest expanse of land was planted with vineyards in the middle of the 17th century, most likely due to the increased demand during the Thirty Years War.