These are some of the tours that we cover throughout the year.
in a valley in the
eastern end of Switzerland and see pretty Engadiner houses with
sgraffitto-decorated facades - delicately painted patterns and
frescoes, deep-set funnel-shaped windows, large wooden doors, colourful
window boxes dripping with flowers. The streets are cobbled, making
walking with heels a torture!
Known as "the most beautiful small
town in Switzerland", she is famed throughout Europe and is full of
ancient houses with typical scrafity paintings on the walls. It is a
place with a striking appearance and rich in history: it is well-known
for its intact medieval town center with ancient framed houses, some
painted with flamboyant frescoes, and for its picturesque narrow lanes.
It lies on the shores of the beautiful River Rhine surrounded by a
canton is not only known
for her beautiful countryside landscapes but also for her specialties
like cheese, various beer creation, sausages, milk etc. It is
also where world champion Formula 1 racing car driver, Micheal
Schumacher (German), wanted to build his home and send his children to
school but was unfortunately not granted permission. Admire typical
Appenzeller houses that are beautifully painted.
She has hosted the Winter Olympics in 1928 & 1948 as well as
the Alpine Ski World Championship 2003. It is where the wealthy go to
enjoy their riches. In winter, take a ride on the world's only natural
bobsleigh run which is also the longest in the world.
Both a winter and summer resort.
of Switzerland Mountain Visit
This is the closest you can get to see the impressive ice-packed
Bernina massive and her glaciers, the highest group of mountains in the
Eastern Alps, well-loved by mountaineers.
Only Duty-Free Oasis in Switzerland
the lower Engadine we will penetrate the wilder reaches of the valley
up to the Austrian border. Just before the frontier, a minor road curls
back to climb into a cramped, isolated valley, at the very end of which
sits this lovely oasis, the only German-speaking community in the
region and, for some bizarre reason, a duty-free area. The whole place
is crammed with banks, shops, coffee houses and cut-price petrol
stations etc, all open long hours including Sundays which is pretty
unusual for Switzerland. In winter, it turns into a ski resort.
yourself to a hay bath, pumpkin bath or evening primrose bath. Try a
Swiss massage or an organic sauna.
Carriage Ride in the Beautiful Swiss Countryside
Let Swiss horses take you through villages and pass by lakes where
families go to enjoy the summer or locals go for their walks along. If
you are doing this ride in winter, pass by the frozen lakes and see
cross-country skiers ski or the locals go for a walk on them.