Switzerland

Spend time where life is at its most beautiful. The Albergo Carcani Hotel invites you to indulge in the fine art of dolce far niente in Switzerland’s very own sun lounge set on along shores of Lake Maggiore, lies 3.9 km from Madonna del Sasso religious site, 2.9 km from Visconteo Castle and 12 km from Cimetta mountain.

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The Tschuggen Grand Hotel is one of the most exceptional five-star luxury hotels located in the heart of the Swiss Alps in Switzerland. A place of inspiration and beauty, the hotel is an unmistakable visual landmark in the Grisons Mountains. The hotel redefines the much-used term “wellness and luxury” with its Tschuggen Bergoase Spa, designed by the Swiss star architect Mario Botta, and it futuristic on-of-a-kind private elevated monorail sky-tram railway called the Tschuggen Express which takes guests up to the heart of Arosa’s ski and hiking areas within 2.5 minutes.

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TRAVOH is all about spotlighting global discovery and showcasing spectacular travel experiences. Our mission is to deliver these unforgettable moments in the most visual way possible with stylistic presentations. That leads us to TRAVOH 360, a new innovative way for users to discover the world through virtual 360º photos and videos.

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From 3,238 metres (10,623 feet) above sea level, the summit of Titlis Mountain of the Uri Alps gives way to vastly incredible mountainous views where scenic photographers trek to capture picture perfect panoramas. This is the highest summit of the range north of the Susten Pass, between the Bernese Oberland and Central Switzerland.

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Titlis Mountain, a major mountain resort in Central Switzerland, peaks over Engelberg – an enclave of Obwalden, surrounded by the cantons of Bern, Nidwalden, and Uri.

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From the south steep and rocky face of Titlis Mountain, a breathtaking view of Wenden Glacier is seen sweeping through a valley within the Uri Alps mountain range in Central Switzerland – as part of Europe’s Western Alps that also pass through France, Monaco, and Italy.

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