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Chic, elegant and exclusive, St Moritz is one of the most famous Alpine resorts in the world. Set at 1856m and surrounded by the lakes of the Upper Engadine Valley, St Moritz is renowned for its dry, crystal-clear mountain climate. The sun shines 322 days a year on average here.
The 130km Albula / Bernina railway line is the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage listing and one of the world's most spectacular journeys. Train lovers rave about the stretch between Thusis und Poschiavo, which takes in dramatic mountain scenery and the famous curve of the Landwasser Viaduct.
Switzerland’s oldest city charms visitors with its fine mountain setting, twisting alleys and historic buildings. Numerous boutiques, restaurants, bars, museums and galleries in the largely traffic-free Old Town create a Mediterranean-style atmosphere.
The quiet holiday region of Disentis/Sedrun in Grisons is in the upper part of the valley of the Anterior Rhine, the Surselva.Show more
The Oberalp Pass (2044m) links the town of Disentis in canton Graubünden with the resort Andermatt in canton Uri.Show more
Even the Romans avoided the immense mass of the Gotthard.Show more
Situated in the Central Swiss Alps, near the Furka Pass, the Rhône Glacier is one of Switzerland's most easily accessible glaciers.Show more
The Furka steam railway is an enchanting two-hour journey through the mountains. Beautifully restored steam trains take you from Realp to Oberwald.Show more
Brig locals are proud of their Stockalp Palace, built by Kaspar Stockalper in the 17th century.Show more
Located at the foot of the Matterhorn, Zermatts touristic development is closely linked to what is most probably the world's most famous mountain. The vacation destination is a car-free zone, has preserved its original character and offers nearly unlimited possibilities as far as excursions are concerned.