A Walk through Brig in Switzerland to Brig train station in Switzerland
The Virtual Tourist walks through Brig in Switzerland to Brig train station in Switzerland
Schilthorn Switzerland Travel Guide
A travel guide for visiting the Schilthorn in Switzerland. Everything you need to know to visit the Schilthorn including how to get to the Schilthorn from Lauterbrunnen, and what to do at the top of the Schilthorn. I also explore Murren, walk the Brig Thrill Walk, Eat at the Piz Gloria Restaurant, visit the James Bond 007 Museum, and hike down to Gimmelwald.
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Top 20. Best Tourist Attractions in Lausanne: Travel Switzerland
Top 20. Best Tourist Attractions and Beautiful Places in Lausanne: Travel Switzerland
Olympic Museum Lausanne, Collection de l'Art Brut, Cathedrale de Lausanne, Le Port d'Ouchy, Sauvabelin Tower, Rolex Learning Center EPFL, Musee de l'Elysee, Fondation de l'Hermitage, Esplanade de Montbenon, Vivarium Lausanne, Railway Museum Blonay-Chamby, Sauvabelin Forest, Church of St. Sulpice, Cantonal Museum of Fine Arts, Mudac, Opera de Lausanne, Museum of Zoology, Escaliers du Marche, Chateau Saint-Maire, Musee Historique de Lausanne
Lauterbrunnen to Wengen Switzerland Train Ride
This is what its like when you arrive in Lauterbrunnen Switzerland when you arrive by train at the rail depot then walk around and hike to the waterfall before getting back on the train to go up to Wengen. Then take the train back down the mountain from Wengen into Lauterbrunnen. In the video I walk around both towns and also show you what it looks like to ride the train in the Switzerland Alps.
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Quick Visit to Basel, Switzerland
Hello Hoppers! Today I find myself in Basel, located on the Rhine River near the borders of France and Germany. Basel is the third most populated city in Switzerland and visited primarily for its urban attractions, such as museums and shopping. It is the culture capital of Switzerland, having the country's highest concentration of museums, nearly 30! Basel is also a major industrial center for the chemical and pharmaceutical industry. Although Basel is German-speaking, well, Swiss German, which is a little different, French is also spoken.
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Zermatt, Switzerland in Summer | allthegoodies.com
Zermatt is just as beautiful in the summer as in the winter. In this video we share some tips on what to do there during summer.
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Zermatt, Switzerland in the heart of the Alps
We're heading for Zermatt, Switzerland one of the most beautiful towns in the Alps, surrounded by mountain peaks up to 15,000 feet high. Most famous for the dramatic Matterhorn, there are many other majestic sites to enjoy in this remote mountain area. So remote that you can’t drive or fly there, the Alpine resort village of Zermatt is surrounded by some of Europe’s highest mountains that shelter it from the outside world. Like mythical Shangri-La in the Himalayas, this is a magical wonderland. The quaint little village of Zermatt is situated in the midst of woods and pastures, in a mountain-girded valley, nearly 5,500 feet above the level of the sea.
The town of Zermatt, while dense, is geographically small. There are three main streets which run along the banks of the river Matter Vispa, and numerous cross-streets, especially around the station and the church which forms the centrer of Zermatt. In general anything is at most a thirty-minute walk away. Streets are narrow and lined with shops, restaurants, hotels and inns near the rail station. Homes and houses are throughout, some perched on the lower edge of the mountains, and a mixture of very old wood-hewn beamed walls 100s of years old with newer buildings and homes (probably only a century old!) Most buildings and homes are chalet style, some very historic, others more modern, but all blended in with the Old World charm and Alpine architecture.
Swiss watch shops, clothing boutiques, and souvenir shops with everything from Swiss brass bell key chains to lacy handkerchiefs for sale, Swarovski Crystal figurines and jewelry, cuckoo clocks, Goebel Hummels, Reuge Music boxes, fine porcelain dolls. Bakeries abound as do gourmet food stores. We discovered that the best buy on chocolate bars were in the grocery stores.
Of course there are many shops that sell clothing and accessories for hiking and skiing. Most of these stores also rent skiing equipment and the people who work at the stores can help anyone choose the best equipment to rent for a successful day on the slopes. In the old village, beside the Grand Hotel Zermatterhof, about 30 ancient buildings show the traditional building style of the original Walser residents. The barns and grain stores, up to 500 years old, are a piece of living history and reveal how the mountain farmers of Zermatt once lived. Their sun-beaten wooden walls are made of larch wood and stand on stilts with round stone slabs on top to prevent rodents and insects from entering. The roofs of these typically Valais-style buildings are covered with shingles made of flat stone slabs.
Andermatt, One of The Best Tourist Places in Switzerland
One of The Best Tourist Places in Switzerland, Andermatt
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Zermatt (1,620 m) lies at the foot of the Matterhorn, the most photographed mountain in the world, about 10 km from the border with Italy.
The climate is of an excellent quality: with 300 sunny days a year, there is less rainfall than anywhere else in Switzerland.
The air in Zermatt is clear, dry and clean, because, since 1947, only electric cars without a combustion engine are allowed to operate in the village.
There are several viewpoints in the village from which you can enjoy a view of the Matterhorn: the bridge by the church (Kirchbrücke), and the bridges leading to Steg, Schluhmatten or Zen Stecken.
Almost one-third of the 4,000-metre mountains in the Alps are grouped around this word-famous mountaineering and ski resort.
Second week of september, 2009
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