Saastal Routes: Saas-Fee Route
Enjoy an exciting trip, through varied landscapes, on the Saas-Fee Route from Brig to Saas-Fee. There’s so much to see, including the delightful and picturesque Saas villages.
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Brigerbad - with Europe’s longest thermal-water slide.
Third all-inclusive «PostBus Thermal Baths Valais» package is Brigerbad in upper Valais. Today, Brigerbad is considered Switzerland’s largest open-air thermal baths. Here you have the choice of six different thermal pools, with water temperatures ranging from 27 to beautifully warm 37 °C. Inside the cosy thermal grotto, the water temperature reaches as much as 42 °C – and if you tell the kids there’s a 182 meter slide as well - Europe’s longest - they’re sure to want to see these things for themselves!
«Small Simplon Express»: Full steam ahead on a discovery tour
The «Kleinen Simplon Express» takes you on a leisurely journey of discovery through Brig and Naters. Not only do you see the sights, but learn a lot of interesting facts during the comfortable train journey. Saturdays in summer provide an additional highlight, with possible visits to the Swiss Papal Guards museum above Naters.
Allalin Ice Pavillion: the greatest cool experience of its kind
A truly cool experience, with insider views of the world’s biggest 5500 cubic meter Ice Pavilion. Be inspired by this mysterious and almost surreal glacial world, as you make your way along cool corridors and through chambers of ice. Sights such as these are seldom just around the corner!
Stockalper Castle: an empty palace
The castle was built in the 17th century by Kaspar Stockalper, and represents Switzerland’s largest private construction of the times. Thanks to his knowledge in trade, Stockalper was richer and more powerful than other noble gentry. Today, the castle is uninhabited and visitors enjoy guided tours.
Visp Old Town: small but splendid
In Visp, superb aristocratic homes, magnificent churches and the famous blue stone remind one of its ancient and moving history. Discover the tidy Old Town on a guided tour, or if you prefer to go it alone, borrow an audio-guide from the local tourist office so you don’t miss out on the facts!