Reykjavik may be one of the smallest capital cities in Europe, but it still packs a powerful cultural punch! With a fascinating history rooted in the great Sagas and its unique location within a land of diverse landscapes.
Over the past few years Saint-Gervais has undergone a facelift. The Belle Epoque architecture has regained its splendor and the village its original charm. Dominated by the Mont-Blanc range, the Evasion Mont-Blanc ski area, the third largest in France, has been extended to the centre of the resort.
In the Mullerthal Region the visitor can spend a diversified vacation. Hikers will encounter a well signalled hiking net throughout the whole region and they may discover impressive rock formations, romantic brook valleys, amazing view points on the valley of the Sûre.
Beautiful Kotor, a cultural and natural world heritage site is located in a secluded part of the Boka bay. Popular Lonely Planet's Best in Travel yearbook for 2016 has named Kotor as the number one city to visit in the world.
The Swiss part of Lake Maggiore, surrounded by the towns Locarno, Ascona, Brissago and further small villages, prides itself on its numerous and extraordinary nature beauty spots. Thanks to the enchanting flowers and plants from all 5 continents, the Botanical Garden of the Brissago Island is of major importance.