After a sporty day high up in the glacier regions and after numerous kilometres in the saddle, Switzerland rewards you with cosiness and relaxation after work. In Ticino, Mediterranean city centres invite you to a glass of Merlot in the evening sun. In the canton of Valais, the day ends in cosy wooden chalets with raclette or fondue food, while the Matterhorn shines in the last rays of the sun.
Switzerland also has a lot to offer culturally. All in all, there are over ten sights hidden here that have been included in the UNESCO World Heritage list. In addition to the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau mountain trio, whose glacier region is a World Heritage Site, there is also a World Heritage Site in Müstair in the canton of Graubünden. The local monastery of St. Johann not only runs a museum that provides information about the everyday life of the Benedictine nuns, but also conceals a much more valuable treasure: on the walls of the monastery church are the oldest and best preserved frescoes from the early Middle Ages as well as Romanesque wall paintings from the 12th and 13th centuries.