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Valais offers, in addition to an infinite nature, a lot of attractive offers in every season. The highlight of Valais, the Aletsch Glacier that runs through the mountain world, leaves everyone speechless for a moment.
The western route of the Grand Tour of Switzerland takes you through the Romandie, the Valais and the Bernese Oberland. Experience the incredible diversity of Switzerland: lakes and mountain scenery, UNESCO World Heritage sites, medieval villages and routes to fall in love with.
Relax and enjoy an exclusive experience in the new Excellence Class on the Glacier Express. Comfortable lounge chairs and panoramic windows to enjoy the unforgettable journey. First Class train travel. A concierge will be available throughout the journey.
The Glacier Express classic route impresses people from all over the world. The trip begins and ends in our sophisticated mountain towns of Zermatt and St. Moritz. In between, the eight-hour journey on the Glacier Express will take you via various bridges and tunnels.
Snow-white mountain peaks, sunny valleys and the idyllic Alps: there are countless reasons to visit Valais, but the one that attracts bikers to the south of the Alps the most is the innumerable singletrails.
From the plateau of Crans-Montana, the route leads you on scenic paths to the baths of Leukerbad and then to the sunny alps on the south side of the Rhone Valley.
A short detour into the Mattertal and a flight of fancy over the Gibidumpass will then take you to the Stockalper Palace in Brig, where the bike tour comes to an end.
An extraordinary adventure under the spell of the unique Aletsch Glacier. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the most spectacular areas in the Alps and on this tour you’ll explore the area around this giant.
Fendant, Malvoisie or Heida are just a few of the most famous wines of the Valais. The grapes of these noble wines ripen in the plain between Martigny and Leuk, through which the Chemin du Vignoble passes. Along this path you will discover homely wine taverns, typical wine villages and some of the steepest vineyards in the world. Not only are the grapes that ripen along the Chemin du Vignoble unique - the walk itself is a real treat.