In the past, three funiculars ascended steeply to the summit, today the world's only aerial cable car CabriO with an open upper deck - 130 years of cable cars on the Stanserhorn.
Chestnut groves in the Bergell
They still characterise Bergell cuisine today: as tagliatelle in side dishes, in tarts and biscuits or fresh from the fire as "marroni" - the healthy chestnut.
In the "House of Museums" in Kandersteg, next to the local museum (museum of local history), the Swiss Cable Car Museum has been established with many contemporary witnesses of the first cable cars and ski lifts.
Switzerland in pocket format. For those who like things to be clearly arranged, Swissminiatur is the right choice: 128 detailed models, castles, churches, villages, railway stations.
If you are looking for thrills, climb the open funicular, which is the steepest open funicular in Europe at 106 percent. The former works railway is now open to adventurous hikers.
Those with an appetite for adventure will get their money's worth in the Saas Valley. Adventure trails, mountain tours and via ferrata, toboggan runs and scooter fun are on the programme.
A journey of discovery with Bartli, the funny dwarf. Far off in the Glarnerland, high above the Linth valley, there is a small house hidden under large fir trees, brown like fir bark.
On the beautiful blue Danube
From the three-river city of Passau by ship to the magnificent city of Budapest and back: on this river cruise, you will experience the thousand-year-old cultural history of Europe up close.