Regions

Mountains or Mediterranean atmosphere, cosmopolitan flair or untouched landscapes, each region has its characteristics and beauty.

 


 

Bernese Oberland

Ten chalet villages make up the Gstaad holiday region. Here guests will find an unparalleled variety of leisure time offers in the midst of a lovely and authentic alpine landscape.

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The Lake Geneva Region

The Lake Geneve region with majestic panoramic Alpine views, a mild climate and Mediterranean vegetation is a breathtaking beauty.

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Grisons

Grisons is the largest canton and also the biggest holiday region in Switzerland. This is also where the only and Europe's oldest national park is located.

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Eastern Switzerland

Eastern Switzerland and the principality of Liechtenstein offer diversity that is unmatched.

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Swiss Plateau

Next to the Jura and Alps, the Swiss Plateau forms one of the three main regions of Switzerland and makes up about one third of Switzerland's land area.

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Ticino

Beyond the Alps begins the south: A mild climate, subtropical gardens, romantic landscapes, wild valleys, Romanesque churches and picturesque alleys that open onto busy squares.

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Valais

Grandiose mountains. Summits, as far as the eye can see. With the Matterhorn as an eye-catcher. Or the Aletsch Glacier, part of the first UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Alps. And through the middle is the Rhone valley.

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Zurich & Region

The Zurich region is the economic centre of Switzerland.

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Italy - Sardinia

Sardinia is characterised by hills, mountains, beaches and, due to its history, by many places of interest.

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Italy - Rome

The capital of the region of Lazio is Rome: Eternal City, the centre of Christianity, the seat of the Pope, a chest of incomparable architecture and works of art from antiquity.

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