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With so many choices, the hardest thing about traveling to the Alps is deciding exactly where to go.

 

The Alps are filled with incredible destinations, and all of them feature gorgeous mountains and waterfalls, countless hiking trails, and breathtaking panoramic trains and cable cars. There are famous stops like Zermatt and Chamonix that never fail to impress, hikers’ favorites like Mürren and Ortisei, and beautiful off-the-beaten-path stops like Riederalp, Guarda and Obersteinberg that are all wonderful in their own right. And you can add beautiful, walkable cities, and scenic train rides to any trip.

Immerse yourself in one of the world’s most beautiful places.

While we can arrange custom tours to anywhere you want to go in the Alps, we like to focus on the best of the best. Places not to be missed. Starting with our favorites…

The Bernese Oberland is what you hope the Alps will be: green meadows, soaring white peaks, thundering waterfalls, and the restful rhythm of traditional farming and cheesemaking.

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Zermatt is the most famous mountain village in the Alps, and the Matterhorn is perhaps the most recognizable mountain in the world. They absolutely live up to their reputation, and should be on everybody’s list of places to see.

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Straddling the borders of France, Italy and Switzerland, the Mont Blanc region is filled with huge peaks, long glaciers, and great rocky spires, with trails that wind through forests, along lakes and into little-known side valleys.

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The Haute Route is as close as you’ll get to a wilderness experience in the Alps. This route is great for strong hikers who want to experience stunning mountain landscapes with relatively few signs of modern tourism.

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A hiker’s paradise in northeastern Italy, the Dolomites offers dramatic landscapes, a great trail system, and the comforts of alpine hospitality at a crossroad that pairs the best of German and Italian culture.

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Quiet trails, small traditional villages, and Switzerland’s only nature park let you soak in the experience of Romansch culture at the eastern end of the famous Glacier Express train route.

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Urban centers surround sparkling rivers and grace the shores of lakes clean enough for swimming. This is a different kind of alpine paradise – worth a day or two away from the mountain trails.

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