The patricians of yesteryear built their palaces here for very good reason – La Punt Chamues- ch does not just lie in a strategically perfect position at the foot of the Albula, but also in an idyllic location on the River Inn.
Here in the smallest village in the Upper Engadin, all those seeking tranquillity and a quiet retreat will find a veritable oasis. Not to mention the opportunity to rise to great heights.
In earlier times, it was the packhorse drivers who stopped off in S-chanf. These days, however, it is the participants of the Engadin Ski Marathon, when they cross the finishing line. And families enjoy the tranquil winter scenery.
In Zuoz, all is well with the world – in fact, this village is regarded as the most beautiful in all of the Upper Engadin. And the modern times are also adding vibrant dabs of colour without denying the past.
It is the gateway to the Swiss National Park and the ideal departure point from which to explore the three-nation-triangle, Switzerland–Italy–Austria. But there’s more to Zernez than that. Particularly in winter.
This little village in Austria, with its picturesque streets, timbered houses and small river running through the centre, reminds of a winter fairytale.
Lying south of Sicily, Malta is an archipelago, with only the three largest islands being inhabited.
The Republic of Macedonia remains one of Europe’s last undiscovered countries: a natural paradise of mountains, lakes and rivers.
Montenegro, meaning "Black Mountain", is a beautiful country on the coast of the Adriatic Sea.
Austria is the winter sports capital of Europe and just as popular for summer tourists who visit its historic cities and villages and hike in the magnificent scenery of the alps.
Netherlands, also commonly called Holland is the capital of windmills, tulips, bicycles and great cheese.
The fjords in the west of the country are long narrow inlets, flanked on either side by tall mountains where the sea penetrates far inland.