What to Expect
Swiss Wine & Cuisine
Gorge on the traditional Swiss dish of melted raclette cheese paired with Petite Arvine wine – the finest grape in the Valais region. Enjoy a shot of the local digestif Williamine – Swiss pear schnapps. Dine on Chez Vrony’s terrace in Zermatt, looking up at the Matterhorn while you indulge in gourmet cuisine. Then, glide up the Matterhorn Express VIP gondola with a bottle of champagne. In Andermatt, The Chedi has a cheese room with wheels of 40 local cheese varieties.
Dubbed the capital of winter glitz, St. Moritz has numerous glamorous activities. These include watching polo, the White Turf horserace or cricket on the frozen lake, testing your nerves on the Cresta Run skeleton toboggan track or perusing the designer shops. Hop onboard the après ski train that runs between Andermatt and Sedrun. The carriage has a stand-up bar and a DJ playing music on the weekends.