Grand Tour of Switzerland

Description

The route is the goal. The Grand Tour of Switzerland is a way of discovering 4 language regions by road, crossing 5 Alpine passes, skirting 22 lakes and visiting 11 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and 2 biospheres.

Located on the Zermatt - St. George route, the destination of Aigle-Leysin-Col des Mosses in the Vaud Alps and the wine-growing region of Chablais are part of the Grand Tour of Switzerland circuit for a variety of visits. The best of Switzerland on a plate. This is what the Grand Tour of Switzerland offers. Over 1,600 kilometres, this route takes you through the most beautiful parts of Switzerland. In addition to the breathtaking vineyards, the thermal baths of Lavey, the salt mines of Bex and the Castle of Aigle are just a few of the sights not to be missed in the Aigle-Leysin-Col des Mosses region.

The route is the goal. The Grand Tour of Switzerland is a way of discovering 4 language regions by road, crossing 5 Alpine passes, skirting 22 lakes and visiting 11 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and 2 biospheres.

Located on the Zermatt - St. George route, the destination of Aigle-Leysin-Col des Mosses in the Vaud Alps and the wine-growing region of Chablais are part of the Grand Tour of Switzerland circuit for a variety of visits. The best of Switzerland on a plate. This is what the Grand Tour of Switzerland offers. Over 1,600 kilometres, this route takes you through the most beautiful parts of Switzerland. In addition to the breathtaking vineyards, the thermal baths of Lavey, the salt mines of Bex and the Castle of Aigle are just a few of the sights not to be missed in the Aigle-Leysin-Col des Mosses region.

Duration

People usually spend 3 hours here.
Location
Getting There
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