Château de Prangins

Château de Prangins

The Château de Prangins was built in the 18th century by Louis Guiguer, a Swiss banker living in Paris, and has hosted illustrious guests from Voltaire to Joseph Bonaparte.more

Vineyard Trail between Salgesch and Sierre

Vineyard Trail between Salgesch and...

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...more

The Swiss Path: The Swiss William Tell Path

The Swiss Path:...

Discover all 26 cantons in two days - on foot! Hike the countryside...more

Vindonissa

Vindonissa

Vindonissa, located in what is today called Windisch, was an important...more

Château de Prangins

The Château de Prangins was built in the 18th century by Louis Guiguer, a Swiss banker living in Paris, and has hosted illustrious guests from Voltaire to Joseph Bonaparte.

The Château de Prangins was built in the 18th century by Louis Guiguer, a Swiss banker living in Paris, and has hosted illustrious guests from Voltaire to Joseph Bonaparte.Overlooking Lake Geneva, this beautiful listed building is home to the Swiss National Museum.

Vineyard Trail between Salgesch and Sierre

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 museum at two locations: from Haus Zumofen in Salgesch to the Château de Villa in Siders.

This 2.5-hour tour is like a walk through an open-air museum.

The Swiss Path: The Swiss William Tell Path

Discover all 26 cantons in two days - on foot! Hike the countryside along the Swiss Path around Lake Uri in a 2-day swoop. A special portion is the three-hour panoramic hike starting in Rütli. The hiker climbs 850 steps to Seelisberg, sought-after for its bathing lake, and hikes past the famous vantage point and back to Bauen with its Mediteranean ambiance. Arrival and return are accomplished via romantic boat rides.

Pure hiking pleasure - the trail that is dedicated to Switzerland is just as diverse as the country itself.

Vindonissa

Vindonissa, located in what is today called Windisch, was an important Roman legion's camp. The ruins of the camp are open for viewing. The monastery church of Königsfelden, which is well known for its unique glass windows (that date back to the 14th century), is located in the middle of these ruins.

Vindonissa, located in what is today called Windisch, was an important Roman legion's camp. The ruins of the camp are open for viewing. The monastery church of Königsfelden, which is well known for its unique glass windows (that date back to the 14th century), is located in the middle of these ruins.