LGKMYTitlis should be included in Switzerland itinerary for the first timer. a short train ride (45 minutes) from Lucern to Engelberg, Titlis offers magnificent views especially during winter. If you have more time, spend a night at one the resorts/hotels in Engelberg.
fz570628During a trip in Switzerland, we took three trains in segments: (Bernina Express) St. Moritz-Tirano (Italian border town), (Glacier Express) Andermatt-Zermatt, (Golden Pass Train) Interlaken-Lucerne.
Among them, the glacier train has to go through 91 tunnels and 291 bridges, and over 2,000 meters of snow-capped mountains, so it is called "glacier train".
tiky_yhWe got off at the Andermatt station in the middle section. Because of an accidental traffic jam, we were forced to stay in the small town of Andermatt for more than an hour, but it was this accident that allowed us to encounter such a beautiful paradise, so the plan during the journey will never catch up with the changes! Andermatt is located in the middle section of the Glacier Express, a tourist train in Switzerland. Andermatt is an important transportation fortress, passing through Zurich to the north to Germany, and to the south via Lugano to Italy. Traditional characteristic hotels are full of small streets and full of vigor. There are many tourists who come to ski in winter. The St. Gotthard Tunnel, located on the north-south artery of Europe, crosses the Glacier Express line connecting St. Moritz and Zermatt.
01234567890liJiShan is at the forefront of the Alps, known as the "queen", from the top of the hill overlooking the panoramic view across the Alps and extended to the plains of the black forest of Germany and France. As early as the 19th century cultural celebrities such as Victor Hugo had visited here, in 1864 the British queen Victoria also performance in JiShan. Funicular railway and lift visitors can choose to take the funicular railway train or climbing a mountain cable car.
01234567890liLion monument is designed by the Danish sculptor, bateer David tovar, sen, and in the natural rock carving out of a great lion like dying, to commemorate on August 10, 1792, to protect the family of the French king Louis xvi of safe and sacrifice 786 loyal Swiss mercenaries. Image dying lion lion monument is engraved on a shallow holes, a dying lion with an expression of sorrow and pain, feebly prostrate on the floor, a long sharp arrow struck deeply into his back, his front PAWS and hold the broken spear and shield, the shield respectively symbolize the Swiss cross badge on vetiver iris markers and the French royal family.