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    • In @ticinoturismo the Valle Maggia of @ascona_locarno makes its way through the Alps. The Maggia – magical – Valley makes an ideal base for many hiking routes and outstanding views over side valleys and the beautiful Lake Maggiore. The trail, which often feels carved into the rock, leads over stone bridges, crosses churches and chapels, and passes through tiny villages, like the one you can see in this great photo from @cimabianca64. Cuisine from the region is also something rather special, and you won't be able to resist discovering some traditional delicacies. Savour fine dishes from Ticino in typical “grotti” pubs. Our tummies are rumbling already! :-)
    • Freddie Mercury is not the only one who fell in love with Montreux because of its daffodils. @giampaolo.lombardi also couldn't ignore how beautiful the daffodil fields are in full bloom and took this great photo of Lake Geneva, which is hiding behind all those flowers. If you want to wonder at this spectacle for yourself, come in May or June and take your pick of medium-difficulty hiking routes through fields of daffodils. Thanks for the great photo!
    • Have you visited the Chnorren before? Taking a hike on the Chnorren in the canton of #StGallen is well worth it. The views from the ridge are awe-inspiring enough, as you can see in this photo from @alpine_treasures, and the hike will take you up and over a steep, rocky but impressive south ridge. Nestled between Churfirsten and the Alvier region, this area is more than a maze of hiking and climbing routes. The cyclists among you will find paradise on Flumserberg in summer time. And what better way to end a strenuous day of hiking or cycling than with a refreshing dip in Walensee. Thanks for the photo!
    • Welcome to the Pays-d’Enhaut valley! Home to the authentic village of Rougemont. The village certainly enjoys a long history: #Rougement church was built by monks in the 11th century and remains a real gem of roman architecture. There was even once a monastery, and the church, which is a protected historical monument, and adjoining castle are built on its foundations. If that's not enough history for you, the people of this region have been farming and creating local crafts here for over 1,000 years. Plants and animals typical to the Alps thrive in this vast landscape, as you can see in this photo from @mountains_rocks.
    • How about a visit in the sunniest town in Switzerland? Boasting the Tourbillon and Valeria castles, Sion is unmistakeable, even from afar, as this photo from @marcoschnyder shows. By the way, the castle church of Valeria hides the world's oldest playable organ. These castles may be the hallmarks of the capital of @valaiswallis, but the 7,000-year-old city has plenty more to catch the eye. Numerous monuments in @sionmaville and the many museums invite you to come and visit to see for yourself. And thanks to Switzerland's largest bus station, it takes no time at all to get out into the charming Valais side valleys to enjoy all sorts of hiking – for example through a vineyard. Sion is situated in the heart of one of Switzerland’s most important wine-growing areas. Fendant, a white wine from the region, is particularly popular and coveted. Thanks for the great photo!