More free-time fun with Hallwag Kümmerly+Frey

Swissminiatur Melide

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.

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Monstein Beer

BierVision Monstein brews beer specialities from mountain spring water, Swiss hops and organic mountain barley malt. From Davos Platz there are organised tours.

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Vallorbe Grottes

At Vallorbe, the Orbe river emerges from the rock face. An artificial entrance allows you to visit the cave system with stalactites and the underground river.

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Gelmerbahn

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.

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Rhine Falls

Feel the roar of the water all over your body - at the Rhine Falls near Schaffhausen, in summer,  600,000 litres of water surge down the falls every second.

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Llama Trekking

Llama trekking in Giswil offers various tours to choose, from a longer walk to one-week adventure trekkings with overnight stays.

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Grotten Réclère

Like Jules Verne's journey to the centre of the earth, an excursion to the great stalactite cave and the dinosaur park of Réclère is a fascinating journey through time.

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Aquaparc Bouveret

Several swimming pools, 13 slides with a total length of one kilometre, a current canal and the pirate ship for children make for an unforgettable day.

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Alimentarium, Vevey

Visitors look into the cooking pots from all over the world and discover the diversity of food and how to enjoy it.

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Museum Tinguely, Basel

Permanent exhibition showing the life and works of the artist Jean Tinguely. The museum on the right bank of the Rhine was opened in 1996.

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Zurich Zoo

The Zurich Zoo is idyllically situated in the countryside high above the rooftops of the city - but can be easily and quickly reached from the city centre.

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Sempach ornithological station

The bird cinema, a theatre to recognise bird sounds and the natural garden on the shores of Lake Sempach invites you to take a trip with the local bird.

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Solothurn

In Solothurn, the number 11 has a very special meaning and is omnipresent throughout the city. The city is closely linked to this number.

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Brigerbad thermal baths

The spring between Brig and Visp was known to the ancient Romans; it supplies a sodium-calcium-sulfate water which also contains lithium.

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Eggishorn

At the Eggishorn mountain station (2869m), the 500-metre-long circular trail takes visitors to the most beautiful vantage points above the Great Aletsch Glacier.

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Saas Valley

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.

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Fräkmüntegg Rope Park

Pure adventure halfway up the Pilatus. Ten different courses to practice your agility and skill, jump into the void, need strong nerves and have a lot of fun.

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Freiburg Alps

The gourmet trails are a very special attraction of Les Paccots, the cosy holiday resort in the Fribourg Alps.

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Via ferrata

The historic via ferrata Pinut in the holiday region of Flims is a fascinating nature experience - and suitable for children from 12 years.

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Glarus region

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.

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Scene of the Wilhelm Tell crime

The "Tatort Tell" takes place in the mountain and lake region of Uri. Wilhelm Tell reflects the soul of Switzerland like nothing else.

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Ballenberg

Original buildings that are centuries-old from all parts of Switzerland, farm animals, heritage gardens and traditional crafts.

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