Schangnau / Bumbach
For centuries the sweet chestnut was the most important staple food in Ticino. Even today the spiny fruit takes center stage at many festivals.
Bénichon was originally a Thanksgiving Festival during which the farmers thanked God and blessed the harvest.
Come to Blatten in the Aletsch area and test your skiing skills in competition with our witches and their brooms! The Witches' Downhill races, are attended by 15,000...
Kandersteg brings to life the Golden Age of Tourism by celebrating a "Belle Epoque" week: Tourism as it was one hundred years ago. During the nostalgic winter...
Friday evening is festival time on the market square in Visp.
The medieval festival "Les Médiévales" takes place in Saint-Ursanne every other year during the second weekend in July. To the delight of several thousand spectators,...
A culinary wine-tour through Europe's highest vineyards, including a six course menu.
In Ernen the future is happening - the art of chamber music is preserved for the future in a very congenial manner.
Every year (as far back as anyone can remember) several young people "open" the carnival on the 6th January, the "Fête des Rois" ("Feast of the Kings").
St. Martin, as well as being a religious festival, corresponds with the end of the annual cycle of working the fields.