Welcome to Our World of virtual tours in true 4K quality! Travel to the most beautiful places around Lucerne, more than 20 tours are ready for your choice. - Discover the exciting places virtually - Show your colleagues and family the favorite places of your visit - Enjoy the beautiful weather images even when it rained - Unique mountain shots include sunrise and sunsets - Amazing air panorama shots from Switzerland. Let yourself be inspired by the unique landscapes and cultural enchanting attractions of Central Switzerland. Connect your mobile device or tablet to your TV and enjoy our fascinating tours. A matching background music, text information and slide-shows complete our unique tours.
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Central Switzerland is the region of the Alpine foothills geographically the heart and historically the origin of Switzerland, with the cantons of Uri, Schwyz, Obwalden, Nidwalden, Lucerne and Zug.Central Switzerland is one of the NUTS 2 Statistical Regions. As such it includes the cantons of Lucerne, Uri, Schwyz, Obwalden, Nidwalden, Zug Waldstätte ("forested settlement") is a term which has been used since the early fourteenth century to refer to the wooded territories of the Alpine foothills of Central Switzerland. Drei Waldstätten or three forested settlements collectively refers to the founding cantons of the Old Swiss Confederacy of 1291, Uri, Schwyz and Unterwalden. They were joined in 1332 by Lucerne, and these four give Lake Lucerne later its German name (from 16th century onwards), Vierwaldstättersee, "lake of the four forested settlements Swiss Confederation since 1848 has been a federal state of relatively autonomous cantons, some of which have a history of confederacy that goes back more than 700 years, putting them among the world's oldest surviving republics. For the time before 1291, this article summarizes events taking place on the territory of modern Switzerland.From 1291, it focuses mainly on the fates of the Old Swiss Confederacy, at first consisting of only three canons (Uri, Schwyz and Unterwalden) in what is now central Switzerland, and gradually expanding until it encompassed the present-day area of Switzerland in 1815 Swiss Alps The Alpine region of Switzerland, conventionally referred to as the Swiss Alps (German: Schweizer Alpen, French: Alpes suisses, Italian: Alpi svizzere, Romansh: Alps svizras), represents a major natural feature of the country and is, along with the Swiss Plateau and the Swiss portion of the Jura Mountains, one of its three main physiographic regions. The Swiss Alps extend over both the Western Alps and the Eastern Alps, encompassing an area sometimes called Central Alps. While the northern ranges from the Bernese Alps to the Appenzell Alps are entirely in Switzerland, the southern ranges from the Mont Blanc massif to the Bernina massif are shared with other countries such as France, Italy, Austria and Liechtenstein.The Swiss Alps comprise almost all the highest mountains of the Alps, such as Monte Rosa (4,634 m), the Dom (4,545 m), the Lyskamm (4,527 m), the Weisshorn (4,506 m) and the Matterhorn (4,478 m). The other following major summits can be found in List of mountains of Switzerland.Since the Middle Ages, transit across the Alps played an important role in history. The region north of St. Gotthard Pass became the nucleus of the Swiss Confederacy in the early 14th century. From Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Welcome to Our World of virtual tours in true 4K quality! Travel to the most beautiful places around Lucerne, more than 20 tours are ready for your choice. - Discover the exciting places virtually - Show your colleagues and family the favorite places of your visit - Enjoy the beautiful weather images even when it rained - Unique mountain shots include sunrise and sunsets - Amazing air panorama shots from Switzerland. Let yourself be inspired by the unique landscapes and cultural enchanting attractions of Central Switzerland. Connect your mobile device or tablet to your TV and enjoy our fascinating tours. A matching background music, text information and slide-shows complete our unique tours. Mobile device
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Central Switzerland is the region of the Alpine foothills geographically the heart and historically the origin of Switzerland, with the cantons of Uri, Schwyz, Obwalden, Nidwalden, Lucerne and Zug.Central Switzerland is one of the NUTS 2 Statistical Regions. As such it includes the cantons of Lucerne, Uri, Schwyz, Obwalden, Nidwalden, Zug Waldstätte ("forested settlement") is a term which has been used since the early fourteenth century to refer to the wooded territories of the Alpine foothills of Central Switzerland. Drei Waldstätten or three forested settlements collectively refers to the founding cantons of the Old Swiss Confederacy of 1291, Uri, Schwyz and Unterwalden. They were joined in 1332 by Lucerne, and these four give Lake Lucerne later its German name (from 16th century onwards), Vierwaldstättersee, "lake of the four forested settlements Swiss Confederation since 1848 has been a federal state of relatively autonomous cantons, some of which have a history of confederacy that goes back more than 700 years, putting them among the world's oldest surviving republics. For the time before 1291, this article summarizes events taking place on the territory of modern Switzerland.From 1291, it focuses mainly on the fates of the Old Swiss Confederacy, at first consisting of only three canons (Uri, Schwyz and Unterwalden) in what is now central Switzerland, and gradually expanding until it encompassed the present-day area of Switzerland in 1815 Swiss Alps The Alpine region of Switzerland, conventionally referred to as the Swiss Alps (German: Schweizer Alpen, French: Alpes suisses, Italian: Alpi svizzere, Romansh: Alps svizras), represents a major natural feature of the country and is, along with the Swiss Plateau and the Swiss portion of the Jura Mountains, one of its three main physiographic regions. The Swiss Alps extend over both the Western Alps and the Eastern Alps, encompassing an area sometimes called Central Alps. While the northern ranges from the Bernese Alps to the Appenzell Alps are entirely in Switzerland, the southern ranges from the Mont Blanc massif to the Bernina massif are shared with other countries such as France, Italy, Austria and Liechtenstein.The Swiss Alps comprise almost all the highest mountains of the Alps, such as Monte Rosa (4,634 m), the Dom (4,545 m), the Lyskamm (4,527 m), the Weisshorn (4,506 m) and the Matterhorn (4,478 m). The other following major summits can be found in List of mountains of Switzerland.Since the Middle Ages, transit across the Alps played an important role in history. The region north of St. Gotthard Pass became the nucleus of the Swiss Confederacy in the early 14th century. From Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Welcome to Our World of virtual tours in true 4K quality! Travel to the most beautiful places around Lucerne, more than 20 tours are ready for your choice. - Discover the exciting places virtually - Show your colleagues and family the favorite places of your visit - Enjoy the beautiful weather images even when it rained - Unique mountain shots include sunrise and sunsets - Amazing air panorama shots from Switzerland. Let yourself be inspired by the unique landscapes and cultural enchanting attractions of Central Switzerland. Connect your mobile device or tablet to your TV and enjoy our fascinating tours. A matching background music, text information and slide-shows complete our unique tours.
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Central Switzerland is the region of the Alpine foothills geographically the heart and historically the origin of Switzerland, with the cantons of Uri, Schwyz, Obwalden, Nidwalden, Lucerne and Zug.Central Switzerland is one of the NUTS 2 Statistical Regions. As such it includes the cantons of Lucerne, Uri, Schwyz, Obwalden, Nidwalden, Zug Waldstätte ("forested settlement") is a term which has been used since the early fourteenth century to refer to the wooded territories of the Alpine foothills of Central Switzerland. Drei Waldstätten or three forested settlements collectively refers to the founding cantons of the Old Swiss Confederacy of 1291, Uri, Schwyz and Unterwalden. They were joined in 1332 by Lucerne, and these four give Lake Lucerne later its German name (from 16th century onwards), Vierwaldstättersee, "lake of the four forested settlements Swiss Confederation since 1848 has been a federal state of relatively autonomous cantons, some of which have a history of confederacy that goes back more than 700 years, putting them among the world's oldest surviving republics. For the time before 1291, this article summarizes events taking place on the territory of modern Switzerland.From 1291, it focuses mainly on the fates of the Old Swiss Confederacy, at first consisting of only three canons (Uri, Schwyz and Unterwalden) in what is now central Switzerland, and gradually expanding until it encompassed the present-day area of Switzerland in 1815 Swiss Alps The Alpine region of Switzerland, conventionally referred to as the Swiss Alps (German: Schweizer Alpen, French: Alpes suisses, Italian: Alpi svizzere, Romansh: Alps svizras), represents a major natural feature of the country and is, along with the Swiss Plateau and the Swiss portion of the Jura Mountains, one of its three main physiographic regions. The Swiss Alps extend over both the Western Alps and the Eastern Alps, encompassing an area sometimes called Central Alps. While the northern ranges from the Bernese Alps to the Appenzell Alps are entirely in Switzerland, the southern ranges from the Mont Blanc massif to the Bernina massif are shared with other countries such as France, Italy, Austria and Liechtenstein.The Swiss Alps comprise almost all the highest mountains of the Alps, such as Monte Rosa (4,634 m), the Dom (4,545 m), the Lyskamm (4,527 m), the Weisshorn (4,506 m) and the Matterhorn (4,478 m). The other following major summits can be found in List of mountains of Switzerland.Since the Middle Ages, transit across the Alps played an important role in history. The region north of St. Gotthard Pass became the nucleus of the Swiss Confederacy in the early 14th century. From Wikipedia the free encyclopedia