Try as we may to hide from it, the signs are becoming obviously clear. The days are growing shorter, there’s a certain crispness to the air and the lush green that we’ve grown accustomed to is slowly turning to a brilliant rust orange. Autumn is arriving and close behind will be the start of winter.
Walking through the centre of Malcesine you’ll experience the hustle and bustle of the cobbled streets, where locals and tourists mingle alongside each other. If you want to find more tranquillity, and explore Malcesine’s surroundings, you should gently stroll the lovely lake promenade that stretches north and south of the old town – an enjoyable
Mike and Liz, the Inghams representatives in Zermatt this summer, were lucky enough to witness the completion of the longest pedestrian suspension bridge in the world, the Charles Kuonene suspension bridge. A jubilant crowd of about 400 people attended the official inauguration, which took place near Zermatt, on Saturday 29 July 2017. The bridge measures
Over the past month we’ve enjoyed plenty of sunshine in the Stubaital, and we’ve discovered many new walking trails and an exciting new excursion destination. With the Italian South Tyrol within such easy reach, a visit to the regional capital of Bolzano makes for an exceptional day of exploring. A visit to Bolzano begins with
So, if I’m spending my holiday in St Wolfgang, St Gilgen or Fuschl, what is there to do? Views above St. Wolfgang A better question would be, what can’t you do? You can paraglide off the Zwoelferhorn mountain, travelling up by cablecar and flying down under the expertise (and assurance!) of to a licensed glider.
When a mountain guide who’s been guiding around the Ötztal Alps all her life says that she’s ‘never seen anything like it’, you know you’ve seen something special. Bridgette is one of the fantastic mountain guides that our guests can enjoy through the Obergurgl tourist office’s FREE guided walking programme. A ski instructor in winter,
Ylläs fell provides some excellent downhill skiing as well as hundreds of kilometres of cross country trails. However if you are not a skier, or are looking for something else to experience during your holiday then look no further – Ylläs really does have something for everyone! The resort is made up of two villages