Top 3 mountains and top 3 villages in Lake Lucerne

Lake Lucerne is situated in central Switzerland, around an hour away from the capital city of Bern. Lucerne is a busy and bustling city, with lots to do and see, and an extremely popular holiday destination. It attracts tourists from all across the world and you will hear a great many languages spoken all across

Welcome to the villages of Wengen and Mürren

Situated amongst the beautiful scenery of the Bernese Oberland, right at the heart of the Jungfrau Region, lie the picture postcard villages of Wengen & Mürren. These two little traffic free villages are the perfect place to relax and enjoy everything the Swiss Alps have to offer. You reach Wengen by cog railway from Lauterbrunnen.

Getting to know Interlaken – our new home

Heading to Interlaken is like stepping back in time – in a good way. Set between two picturesque lakes surrounded by rolling fields of green, sprouting buttercups and snow-covered mountains as far as the eye can see, it’s a breath of fresh air for both Inghams travelers and us! We’ve discovered everything the name ‘Switzerland’

Zermatt: Sunset Gornergrat Excursion

Recently myself and Mike were lucky enough to participate in an amazing excursion here in Zermatt, the Sunset Dinner Gornergrat excursion.  This trip takes place during high season here in Zermatt so this year ran up until August 24th but will be available again for our guests traveling during high season in July and August

Locarno: Valle Verzasca

The magical jade green waters of the river Verzasca pass through this spectacular valley and this fantastic part of the world is just a short bus ride away from Locarno! It is the perfect location for walkers or for those who are just looking to admire the beauty of the natural world. Verzasca Dam Entering

The Jungfraujoch: a trip to the top of Europe

The Jungfraujoch is a destination that everyone is itching to see, be it your first time in Interlaken or your 50th visit, each time you see it a little differently. The journey starts at Interlaken Ost train station, a busy station, with visitors heading to many destinations and trains running like clockwork to get them

Byron Is Back

Cast your mind back, if you will, to June of 1816 – “The Year without a Summer”. Europe is on the road to rebuilding itself after the Napoleonic Wars, and a young Lord George Gordon Byron has fled Great Britain in the midst of scandal and debt. He travelled up the Rhine towards the Alps,

Saas-Fee: Festival Season

Saas Fee has really come to life; Flowers are blossoming and the wildlife is out in force. Where the snow has now receded, burrows can be seen pinpricked across the slopes and you’re more than likely to come across a family of marmots on one of the many 300 hikes in the area. But, as