Discover the spectacular scenery and traditional charm of Appenzell, the most distinctively Swiss canton in Switzerland. It's a haven for Alpine hikers, and those who love rich cultural heritage. Enjoy Appenzell with
Appenzell Village, Switzerland
Appenzell is a village of Switzerland located in the Innerrhoden Canton, the smallest of the Swiss Cantons. As a rural village, the folk of Appenzell have established many special traditions like a celebration in honor of the cows descent from the mountains each autumn, folk music, and festive dance. Cars are not allowed in the old part of the town, adding to its pastoral nature. There is plenty quaint streets and plenty of adorable little shops to browse. Even the buildings are a sight to see as many of them feature beautiful frescoes. A few additional attractions of this region include Säntis mountain, which boasts an expansive view including 6 different countries, a local castle, Weigelhütte Art Gallery, Wildkrchli cave chapel, and Hoher Kasten, a lookout with beautiful panoramic sights.
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• Basel — the traveller's gateway to the German Rhineland and French Alsace with an exceptional medieval centre at the knee of the Rhine river; excellent museums numbering 40 or so and ART BASEL, the world's largest art fair; also famous for its huge and contemplating carnival around February (Basler Fasnacht); German-speaking world wide renowned theatre (including opera and ballet).
• Bellinzona (ita/eng/ger/roh ; fre: Bellinzone) — renowned for its medieval castles, world UNESCO heritage, pretty centre and capital of the canton of Ticino, overlooking one of the few flat rural areas of Switzerland towards Lake Maggiore.
• Chur (ger ; roh: Cuira; eng/fre: Coire; ita: Coira) — capital of the canton of Grisons (ger: Kanton Graubünden; roh: Chantun Grischun; ita: Cantone dei Grigioni), the only trilingual Swiss canton, in the east-south of Switzerland, dates back almost 4,000 years; lovely old town; gate to several glitzy ski and hiking resorts, such as St. Moritz, Davos, Arosa, Lenzerheide, Flims/Laax and many more; major hub to the Glacier Express and the Bernina Express
• Bern (ger ; eng/fre: Berne; ita/roh: Berna) — capital of Switzerland at the shores of the crystal-clear green-blue Aare river with an amazingly well preserved old-town with arcades along almost every street; great restaurants abound, as do bars and clubs.
• Geneva (eng; fre: Genève; ger: Genf; ita: Ginevra; roh: Genevra) — this centre of arts and culture is an international city that is home to around 200 governmental and non-governmental organizations (with some major UN organizations) at the end of Lake Geneva (Lac Léman flows into the river Rhône), founding place of Calvinism and THE Red Cross (ICRC); almost every second inhabitant is a foreigner.
• Interlaken (ger/eng/fre/ita/roh) — the outdoor and action sports capital of Switzerland; anything from skydiving, bungee jumping, hiking, white-water rafting, to canyoning; between the two lakes Brienz and Thun; starting point for many, many tourists for excursions into the Bernese Alps.
• Lausanne (fre/eng/ger ; ita/roh: Losanna) — scenery, dining, dancing, boating and the Swiss wine-country are the draws at the shores of the great Lake Geneva (Lac Léman) with a view of Swiss and French Alps; world-wide renowned for its Béjart Ballet Lausanne
• Lucerne (eng/fre; ger: Luzern; ita/roh: Lucerna) — main medievial city of the Central region with direct water links to all of the early Swiss historic sights at the end of the many branched lake Lucerne (Vierwaldstättersee ends into the river Reuss) along of many steep mountains; also famous for its tremendous and ethnic carnival (Lozärner Fasnacht) around February; host of the world-renowned Lucerne Festivals, a classical summer music festival in the Culture and Congress Centre (KKL) designed by Jean Nouvel; starting point for many excursions into the Alps
• Lugano (ita/eng/ger/fre/roh) — a bustling old-town in Italian-spoken Switzerland, at the southern end of the Alps with a Merranean climate at the pretty lake of Lugano in the middle of forested mountains; much Italianata combined with Swiss seriousness.
• St. Gallen (ger (also: Sankt Gallen); eng: St Gall; fre: Saint-Gall; ita: San Gallo; roh: Son Gagl) — main city of north-eastern Switzerland, renowned for its Abbey of St. Gall, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and its library contains books which date back to the 9th century, it also functions as the gate to the very special Appenzell region.
• Zurich (eng/fre; ger: Zürich; ita: Zurigo; roh: Turitg) — largest city of Switzerland at the end of Lake Zurich (ends into the river Limmat), a major centre of international banking and national major companies and media; great culture & arts possibilities; more than 50 museums and around 100 galleries; great restaurants (more than 1500) and bars (more than 500); excellent cinema selection (~60 show rooms); has a thriving nightlife (~80 clubs on weekends); host of the largest European party rave Street Parade in August with almost 1 million visitors every year; renowned opera, excellent theatre; host of the renowned theatre festival Zürcher Theater Spektakel during August; every third inhabitant is a foreigner
Gasthof Gupf, Rehetobel Appenzell SWITZERLAND 山 スイス
Gupf is a 1,083 m high hilltop in Rehetobel in Canton Appenzell, Switzerland.
To the west of the summit provides a vantage point overlooking Lake Constance and the Alpstein with the Santis.
There is also a restaurant (1 Michelin star, 17 points Gault Millau) with a hotel, and its own farm. The inn stands on one of the most scenic spots in all of eastern Switzerland.
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St Gallen, Edenalp, & Appenzell Switzerland 2018
St Gallen, Edenalp, & Appenzell Switzerland
Cantons of Switzerland - Kantone der Schweiz - Cantoni della Svizzera - Cantons de la Suisse
The 26 cantons of Switzerland are the member states of the federal state of Switzerland. Each canton was a fully sovereign state with its own border controls, army and currency from the Treaty of Westphalia (1648) until the establishment of the Swiss federal state in 1848. The most recently created canton is the Canton of Jura, which separated from the Canton of Bern in 1979.
Ils 26 chantuns (tud. Kantone, frz. cantons, tal. cantoni, en la Svizra tudestga tradiziunalmain numnads Stände) èn ils stadis commembers da la Confederaziun svizra. La noziun è vegnida duvrada l'emprima giada l'onn 1475 en in'acta friburgaisa.
Die 26 Kantone (französisch cantons, italienisch cantoni, rätoromanisch chantuns, in der Deutschschweiz traditionell Stand, in der Mehrzahl Stände genannt) sind die Gliedstaaten der Schweizerischen Eidgenossenschaft. Der Ausdruck Kanton wurde 1475 zum ersten Mal in einer Freiburger Akte verwendet.
I cantoni della Svizzera, in numero di 26, sono gli Stati che compongono la Confederazione Elvetica, cioè lo Stato federale svizzero.
Les 26 cantons suisses sont les États fédérés de la Confédération suisse. Il s'agit des cantons d'Appenzell Rhodes-Extérieures, d'Appenzell Rhodes-Intérieures, d'Argovie, de Bâle-Campagne, de Bâle-Ville, de Berne, de Fribourg, de Genève, de Glaris, des Grisons, du Jura, de Lucerne, de Neuchâtel, de Nidwald, d'Obwald, de Saint-Gall, de Schaffhouse, de Schwytz, de Soleure, du Tessin, de Thurgovie, d'Uri, du Valais, de Vaud, de Zoug et de Zurich.
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Sempachersee / Sursee / Canton of Lucerne / Drone View: Top places to see / DJI Phantom 4
Sempachersee is a beautiful lake situated in the Canton of Lucerne. It can be easily reached from the town of Sursee, a typical Swiss town. Sempachersee offers a wide variety of activities to its visitors. There is a dedicated swimming and beach volley ball area for sports enthusiasts, while for those seeking a relaxing day break can take a boat ride or enjoy kannoying. Riding a paddle or row boat with views to central Switzerland Alpine ranges in background is an amazing experience. Fishing strolling around lake, bird watching etc. are some of the other ways of spending quality time with family and friends. The lake shore is 5 min ride from the Sursee town center. It can be reached by car or bus. There is plenty of space for everyone to park their cars. One can enjoy coffee and snacks from lake side kiosks. It is one of the must see places in Switzerland.
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