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Natural attractions in Zermatt

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The Matterhorn , Zermatt
4.8
King of the Swiss Alps, the colossal The Matterhorn rises above the picturesque resort town of Zermatt, on the border between Switzerland and
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World heritage site · Geologic Formation
Aletsch Glacier , Grindelwald-Wengen-Murren-Lauterbrunnen
4.8
Inscribed on the World Heritage List, Aletsch Glacier represents the largest glacier in the Alps, spanning 23 km (14 mi) in length. In order
Tours from $377
Geologic Formation
Gorner Gorge , Zermatt
4.2
Carved into the towering cliffs by the Gornervispe River over thousands of years, Gorner Gorge offers a vivid insight into the omnipotence of
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Duration: 11 hours
An unforgettable journey through the Alps at the foot of the majestic Jungfrau - culminating at 3454 meters.After a quick stop at Interlaken, board the Jungfrau rack train from Lauterbrunnen. Arriving at the top you are in the highest railway station in Europe (3454m). Enjoy spectacular views from the highest glacier in Europe. The Sphinx observatory offers one of the best views of the peaks and famous peaks of Eiger and Mönch. Wander into the heart of the glacier as you walk through the ice tunnel and experience the “Alpine Sensation” that traces the history of the Jungfrau.Once you get back from the heights, enjoy a free time in Interaken then get on the bus that will take you back through beautiful scenery.
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Breithorn , Zermatt
4.9
Scale one of the world's most iconic and photogenic summits at Breithorn, peaking 4,164 m (13,661 ft) above sea level. This mountain presents
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Where to stay in Zermatt

When staying in car-free Zermatt, proximity to amenities is key, as you'll be mostly restricted to traveling by foot. Populated by charming Swiss chalet-style hotels and inns, Zermatt may be humble in character, but not in price. Most of the hotels are fairly expensive, though there is the odd hostel and pension that might offer a slight discount. To save yourself a bit of money, look into renting an apartment in lieu of a hotel. If you're really strapped for cash, consider camping instead--this area offers a year-round mild climate.
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