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Germany's historical gems are spread out across the country and run the gamut of history from medieval times to present day.
In 2010 Prince released a song about a little-known, multi-terraced, mountain-backed wine region called Lavaux that's about an hour outside Geneva. This UNESCO World Heritage site is full of quaint...
There are plenty of world wonders above ground…but what about below? Located in Werfen, 25 miles south of Salzburg, Austria near the towering Tennengebirge Mountains in the Alps, the Eisriesenwelt ...
To be included on the UNESCO World Heritage List, sites must be of outstanding universal value which are nominated by their country of origin and then reviewed by an advisory committee. There are m...
Switzerland looks like a postcard with its location in the Alps. To the north, you can find the smaller Jura Mountains and the Rhine River. To the east, Lake Constance provides a border with Austri...
Jungfrau Rail: Top of EuropeThe Jungfrau Railway, a pioneering masterpiece among mountain railways, went into service in 1912. The cogwheel railway takes passengers from Kleine Scheidegg to the Jun...
What nature took thousands or millions of years to create, and what mankind has built up over the centuries, are all things that are well worth preserving. Switzerland’s wealth consists of its cult...
Following the end of the ice age, an almost 50 mile long valley opened up in the modern canton of Graubünden, at a height of 5,900 feet above sea level. This valley - the Engadin, is one of the hig...
While you can travel across Switzerland via train or bus to take in the sights, hiking offers the best way to slowly view the beauty across this scenic country. No matter what your level of fitness...
This hike takes you to the very heart of the Bernese Alps with green valleys and snow fields and glaciers that blanket the 13,026-foot Eiger, 13,449-foot Münch and 13,643-foot Jungfrau, the center ...