“Traveling is growing. It’s a big adventure. The one that leaves lasting impressions on soul.”
– Marc Thiercelin –
It’s decided now, you need space, clean air for family holidays fun and healthy but also sporting, cultural and gourmet. In short, you desire a traveling way, rather in the air of time ?
So get board, without any hesitation, all your little tribe for Switzerland, a very “Kids-Friendly” destination ! Yes the myth of Heidi is still there : mountains, forests, valleys, lakes, rivers, edelweiss, chamois, marmots … and landscapes are always breathtaking !
But Switzerland, this is less known, it is four living languages spoken, and a multitude of activities for children that are available throughout the country which make little ones and grown-ups enthusiastic whatever the season, and transform the journey in an initiatory trip .
The geographical diversity makes it possible to move from skiing in winter to roller sledding in summer (yes with rollers !), from cruising on lakes to swimming or fishing, from visiting zoos to observing animals in their natural environment, from Museums to traditional festivals (carnival of Basel), and even curiosities such as monumental ephemeral ice buildings that are designed every winter and brought to light … Magical !
You must still necessary live the “desalpe” (descent of the mountain pastures), eat chocolate a lot, abuse culinary specialties like the real “raclette” or to ask for “Rösti” (small potatoes pancakes which you can die for ! ) and don’t forget to taste the inevitable double cream sweet Swiss cheese …. So ready ? Because your children are going to love this trip and will say THANK YOU …….. But in four languages this time !
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