Tschlin - traditional village

Tschlin - traditional village

Well-preserved traditional village at the gateway to the Lower Engadine, with a terraced landscape and a brewery.more

Tarasp Castle - Presiding Over The Lower Engadine

Tarasp Castle - Presiding Over The...

Scattered hamlets, in the midst of them 100-meter high rocks, a small lake, and above this the most imposing castle in Graubünden - this is Tarasp....more

Restaurant Löwenzorn

Restaurant Löwenzorn

Historic restaurant in Basel’s Old Town with courtyard terrace, serving...more

On the trail of history in the Simplon region

On the trail of...

On the trail of history in the Simplon regionmore

Tschlin - traditional village

Well-preserved traditional village at the gateway to the Lower Engadine, with a terraced landscape and a brewery.

Well-preserved traditional village at the gateway to the Lower Engadine, with a terraced landscape and a brewery.

Tarasp Castle - Presiding Over The Lower Engadine

Scattered hamlets, in the midst of them 100-meter high rocks, a small lake, and above this the most imposing castle in Graubünden - this is Tarasp. Here the human endeavor to rule and the mighty nature of the Unter Engadine converge.

Scattered hamlets, in the midst of them 100-meter high rocks, a small lake, and above this the most imposing castle in Graubünden - this is Tarasp. Here the human endeavor to rule and the mighty nature of the Upper Engadine converge.

Restaurant Löwenzorn

Historic restaurant in Basel’s Old Town with courtyard terrace, serving fresh cuisine and a wide choice of wines and beers.

This building has been firmly established on Gemsberg since the Middle Ages. Behind the bull's eye panes lies a world that is bourgeois in the best sense of the word. As you'd expect in such a traditional setting, popular classics such as calf's liver with rösti and hearty Wiener Schnitzel form the focus of the menu.

On the trail of history in the Simplon region

On the trail of history in the Simplon region

Simplon Pass was an important Pass Crossing connecting the Valais to Northern Italy as early as the Middle Age. The renowned merchant Kaspar von Stockalper used the route for his transactions, as did Napoleon later on. The region of the Simplon offers hikers an incredible mountain panorama and an impressive alpine flora. Alpine roses as far as the eye can see...