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Verbier is for passionate advanced skiers, as well as for families and groups of friends who want to hole up in some of Switzerland’s best private chalets
The largest city in Switzerland has been ranked as having the highest quality of life in the world.
St Moritz has come roaring back. For an update on the legendary Swiss ski resort, check back soon.
Accessible by train and a handful of electric taxis only, the quaint town of Zermatt is a fabulous base for hiking in the scenic Matterhorn region.
With easy access to ski trails, glamorous restaurants and charming Swiss villages, Gstaad makes a fabulous destination in all seasons.
Zap Paper sells everything from books to lined notepads. They also have a beautiful selection of coffee-table books that focus on the Valais region of Switzerland and make excellent parting...
Nearly twice as large as the Alpina Gstaad (104 rooms vs. 56), the Palace Hotel is palatial in every sense of the word—from the fairytale turrets on the top floor...
“Train Transport: The best way to travel to St. Moritz from Zurich other than by private jet is by train. After collecting your luggage at baggage claim (assuming you didn’t...
Does anyone know what the “nicest accomodation” would be in Lugano,Switzerland? I have found the villa castagnola and the grand hotel leopoldo but don’t know if there are others? Or...
Someone I know just got back from 5 days in Saas Fe Switzerland. We had never heard about it but it sounds exciting. It has hiking, skiing, zip lines, and...
We spent a week recently at the Hotel Giardino in Ascona, Switzerland. Everything about it was sublime. The food was great and there’s a lovely spa. The hotel, which looks...
We asked one of our Italy specialists, and here’s what she replied: “Regarding Como with two boys, my suggestion is something I loved as a child (my family is composed...
It would be fantastic if I could have suggestions of great restaurants and places for apres ski hot chocolate or a glass of champagne in St. Moritz in February. Also...
I’m taking my 8-year-old son in early July, and we have about 8 days to explore between arriving in Geneva and departing from Zurich. He wants to hike, so I...
What a wonderful trip! Switzerland is a fabulous country to explore with kids, especially since train travel is easy and there are so many activities in the great outdoors. We...
From a longtime Switzerland visitor: If you’re hiking in the Bernese Oberland there is a funny old train that goes up to the Schynige Platte, think an Alpine Garden with...
From another Switzerland enthusiast: “There is a cute bright yellow Wine Train that runs from Vevey Station to Chexbres in the vineyards so they can walk one way, have lunch...
Another Indagare member, Chris Meltesen, who travels to Switzerland often, has raved about Saas Fe. You can read his Hiking in Switzerland Q&A here. The Saas Valley is wonderful for...
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A memorable sidestep to lesser-known cities: Gwailor and Orchha (near...
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