The ‘Grand Tour of Switzerland‘ is a must for anyone with a passion for driving and a love for the Swiss Alps.
Breathtaking scenery, picturesque villages, glacial lakes, bright blue skies and stunning alpine roads, it’s little surprise that visitors return to the Swiss Alps year after year.
Situated just 10km from Davos Klosters and on the gateway to the Flüelapass, The Hotel Bellevue Wiesen is a ‘must stop’ on your ‘Grand Tour of Switzerland’.
Each of our 21 traditional boutique bedrooms boost stunning panoramic views of the Tinzenhorn mountains, and our guests enjoy breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner daily at our Restaurant 1873.
Characteristics of the Grand Tour of Switzerland
- Highlights: 44 top attractions, eleven of which UNESCO World Heritage Sites and two biospheres
- Lakes: 22 lakes larger than 0.5 square kilometres along the route
- Recommended travel period: summer (April to October)
- Core route: 1643 km (1021 miles)
- Initial stretch Basel – Neuchâtel: 165 km
- Initial stretch Geneva – Saint-George: 53 km
- Initial stretch Chiasso – Bellinzona: 109 km
With driving time of at least 5 hours a day, we recommended you plan at least 7 days to complete the core route in 1 week. However, www.health-canada-pharmacy.com as a medical aid, if you have more time, we highly recommend planning your road trip in stages and spending a few days exploring many of the spectacular sights, alpine activities, events, towns and places of interest dotted along the route.
Signposts and direction of travel
The Grand Tour of Switzerland can be travelled in both directions, but Switzerland Tourism recommends you make the journey clockwise. This is especially true in cities with one-way streets – and for motorway access roads. Signposts along the route are limited to the clockwise direction of travel on the main route, and to access roads to the main route from abroad.