Grand Tour of Switzerland: Discover our country

Zurich - Schaffhausen

There is far more to Zurich than its airport, banks and Bahnhofstrasse. Winterthur is also worth a visit, with its museums and rich heritage.

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Davos - St.Moritz

The canton of the "Grey League" – part of the old Roman province of Raetia – stretches from the Bünder Herrschaft to the southern Alps.

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Furka - Visp

The Valais region comprises countless small valleys leading down to the Rhône Valley, sun-drenched villages on the plains and in the mountains, 45 peaks over 4,000 metres above sea level and a distinctive, bilingual culture.

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Neuchâtel - Fribourg

The Pays des Trois Lacs, between the Jura and the Fribourg region, is remarkable for its lakes and for Mont Vully which lies in the middle.

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Bern - Lucerne

The Emmental and the Lucerne hinterland are nestled beneath the Napf, a peak encircled by a 100- kilometre road.

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Eastern Switzerland

Eastern Switzerland offers the Rhine Falls, the orchards of Thurgau, the city of the Prince-Abbots of St. Gallen and – beyond the Appenzell hills – the impressive Alpstein range, Toggenburg, the Rhine Valley and the Glaris region.

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Geneva region

This region between the Jura mountains and the Savoy Alps is marked not only by its river and lake, but also by the international city of Geneva.

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«Palme e neve»

Tis is to define the most Italian of Swiss cantons in a nutshell. The shores of its lakes reflect an entirely Mediterranean lifestyle and nonchalance, while life in the mountains is harsh and rural.

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On the road with motorhome or tent

Matera

Cultural activities can be combined with a stay at the sea, as it is not far to the Gulf of Taranto where you can find excellent sandy beaches.

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Xanten

An attractive leisure centre with two large lakes and three harbours attracts visitors at the gates of the city.

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Mainz

Motorhome enthusiasts will find a recommended motorhome site right next to the old Mainz 05 football stadium.

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Berne

The more than 100 fountains with their sculptures are typical for Berne. The most bizarre is the Kindlifresserbrunnen "the ogre" in front of the historic Zeughaus.

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Lübeck

The medieval town centre of Lübeck is considered one of the most beautiful in Germany. This is probably one of the reasons why the "City of the Seven Towers" was the first city in Northern Europe to be declared a World Heritage Site.

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Lindau

The historic centre of Lindau, the charming little town in the Bavarian part of the Lake Constance region, stands on an island at the meeting point of Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

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Rovinj

Mediterranean gem and tourist favorite. A truly picturesque town: cheek by jowl, the houses crowd into narrow alleyways with countless restaurants, galleries and boutiques.

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The Schlern

An Eldorado for nature lovers. Although it is far from being one of the highest mountains in the Dolomites, with a maximum altitude of just 2564 metres, the Schlern is considered the symbol of South Tyrol.

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Fabulous freedom on two wheels

Ächerlipass

Avoid highway traffic jams! Instead take the narrow asphalt ribbon which winds its way through mountain farming villages and lush alpine meadows. If passes could talk...

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Baselbiet

The fastest way to the "electromobility" exhibition is via the motorway - the most beautiful and worthwile is via our alternative.

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Lake Como

This spring tour to the Lago di Como should never be done in the high season, because the journey can quickly turn into a tedious stop and go.

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Grisons

Chur as a starting and destination point: Esra and Simri Buchli of 77 Bombay Street present their favorite tour.

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Zurich - Lucerne

Enjoy lake roads and sunny expanses. We warmly recommend the almost 200 kilometres presented here. They extend over the area between the Greifensee region near Zurich and Lucerne, and are suitable for every type of motorbike, i.e. every type of bike and every type of rider.

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Bernese Oberland

A twisty day trip into the Freiburgerland. When the major Alpine passes are flooded by traffic, it's worth knowing some alternatives like this day trip.

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Off to the East

On this almost 170 km long day tour we sweep through idyllic valleys and climb rugged heights in the Austrian Vorarlberg.

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Chasseral

The short circular tour around the Chasseral, the highest elevation in the Bernese Jura, can even be fitted in at the end of the day. On the other hand, if you stop at one or the other of the Métairie, you'll need the whole Sunday.

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