Muota valley

Muota valley

The Muota valley is renowned for its Muota valley weathermen – down-to-earth weather sages with an affinity for nature’s way – and the 200-km-long Höllloch karst cave system. But above all, the Muota valley is a natural paradise of wild beauty and rare tranquillity.more

Haslital

Haslital

The tradition-imbued, Bernese Oberland holiday resort of Meiringen lies in the Hasli valley, south east of Lake Brienz. Sherlock Holmes met his...more

Grimentz

Grimentz

Grimentz lies at an altitude of 1570 meters in the Valaisian Val...more

Bellinzona

Bellinzona

Bellinzona (German: Bellenz) is strategically positioned where the...more

Muota valley

The Muota valley is renowned for its Muota valley weathermen – down-to-earth weather sages with an affinity for nature’s way – and the 200-km-long Höllloch karst cave system. But above all, the Muota valley is a natural paradise of wild beauty and rare tranquillity.

The Muota Valley is known for its down-to-earth weather prophets and its 200-kilometer-long karst Höllloch cave system.

Haslital

The tradition-imbued, Bernese Oberland holiday resort of Meiringen lies in the Hasli valley, south east of Lake Brienz. Sherlock Holmes met his maker here – only to be resurrected again several years later. In actual fact, Meiringen-Hasliberg almost offers the unbelievable – and not only in respect of its most famous fictional hero.

The tradition-imbued, Bernese Oberland holiday resort of Meiringen lies in the Hasli valley, south east of Lake Brienz. Sherlock Holmes met his maker here – only to be resurrected again several years later. In actual fact, Meiringen-Hasliberg almost offers the unbelievable – and not only in respect of its most famous fictional hero.

Grimentz

Grimentz lies at an altitude of 1570 meters in the Valaisian Val d’Anniviers. It is a veritable picture-book village, famous for its granaries, which have been nearly burnt black by the sun and the innumerable fiery red geraniums in the window boxes.

Grimentz lies at an altitude of 1570 meters in the Valaisian Val d’Anniviers. It is a veritable picture-book village, famous for its granaries, which have been nearly burnt black by the sun and the innumerable fiery red geraniums in the window boxes.

Bellinzona

Bellinzona (German: Bellenz) is strategically positioned where the valley narrows at the southern entrance to the Alpine passes of St. Gotthard, San Bernardino and Lucomagno and is probably Switzerland's most Italianate town. The skyline of the capital of Ticino, comprising three of the best-preserved medieval castles in Switzerland, which are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Bellinzona is probably Switzerland's most Italianate town. The skyline of the capital of Ticino is defined by the powerful fortifications, comprising three of the best-preserved medieval castles in Switzerland, which are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.