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.
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.
«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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.