A NEW AND WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE IN SWITZERLAND.
Do you dream of a historic Swiss holiday in the heart of Switzerland where you can ski, snowboard, golf, bike and do a huge variety of outdoor activities all with the magnificent backdrop of the Swiss Alps? Then Andermatt in the Uri Canton of Switzerland may be the place for you to visit on your next trip.
Unlimited opportunities for outdoor recreation in invigorating surroundings and relaxation in a beautiful natural environment.
The resort in Andermatt is made up of 42 apartment houses with 409 apartments available for long or short-term rent; six 4 & 5 Star hotels; 25 exclusive chalets; an 18-hole golf course and over 120 km of ski slopes.
Andermatt is quickly becoming known as a place for healthy food and active lifestyle, and you simply cannot miss the chance to visit.
The Swiss are known for being outdoors people, Andermatt is no exception and is full of diverse activities. The activities at Andermatt can be divided into all-year, summer and winter with a good number of nearby destinations, towns and cities to visit if you wish to explore the whole country.
Now don’t fret, Andermatt is about more than being outside and enjoying the natural beauty of Switzerland it’s about dining and relaxing too. With an excellent selection of local restaurants in Andermatt and a luxurious pool in the Chedi Hotel there’s sure to be an indoor activity for rainy days and relaxing evenings.
- Theatre & Exhibition
- Alpine Skiing & Snowboarding
- Cross-Country Skiing
- Snow Kiting
- Ice Climbing
- Horse Carriage
- Ice Skating
- Ice Hockey
- Rock Climbing
- Horseback Riding
- Stand-up Paddling
With a wide variety of accommodation options from exclusive chalets to short and long-term apartment rentals there is a place for everyone at Andermatt. Fall in love all over again with a romantic evening at the Chedi 5 Star hotel (bel0w), or relax in your private chalet on the mountainside.
Regardless of where you sleep in Andermatt most of your time will undoubtedly be spent outdoors enjoying the fabulous nature and activities available to you.
Getting to Andermatt is easy from France, Germany, Austria and Italy. With excellent international transportation by car or train Andermatt is only 1.5 hours from Zurich and the Zurich International Airport, 2 hours from Milan and 2 hours from the German border.
Andermatt sits on the world-famous alpine train route of the Glacier Express, travelling between St. Moritz and Zermatt, or if you’d prefer something a bit more exotic, one can take a themed boat ride to and from Lucerne.
The close proximity to cities like Zurich and Lucerne make it possible to visit Andermatt for as little as a day – but really why would you limit yourself this way?
Source: Andermatt Swiss Alps