CERVO Zermatt

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

Riedweg 156, Zermatt, 3920, Switzerland
CERVO Zermatt
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Costs 73% more than similarly rated 4.5 star hotels

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6 days trip planning

by janetlee

We, a group of 4 persons, will visit Switzerland for 6 days from end of April. Thereafter, we will go to Munich. We like to see the mountain, glacier and the greenery in Switzerland and plan to go to Geneva, Zermatt(for Gornergrat), Riederalp (for Aletsch Glacier) and St. Gallen (for Appenell). What is the usual weather during those days? Will it be sunny? If not, should I drop Zermatt and Riederalp and visit other places? Any other suggestion or comment can you VT members are very welcomed.

Thanks for your help in advance!

RE: 6 days trip planning

by littlesam1

I am not sure about the weather. But I just wanted to tell you that you will have an experience in Switzerland that you will never forget. I spent ten days in Switzerland two years ago and had one of my most memorable vacations. Zurich and Geneva are both beautiful cities. I also visited Bern, Basel, Murren, and went to the top of Schilthorn. All left me without words to describe. Have a great trip. Check out the various VT pages here on Switzerland. There is a wealth of information on them.

larry

RE: 6 days trip planning

by altamiro

For the Aletsch glacier I would go to Bettmeralp rather than Riederalp. However end of April is a very good time to visit lowlands and foothills of the Alps, but the mountains themselves will be still mostly in snow - but the snow will be already patchy so the ski lifts will be closed. Also this is the time many cable cars close for the technical inspection, and restaurant and hotel owners in the skiing resorts take their holidays. if you can shift your visit to late May or June it will be better.

Travel Tips for Zermatt

1. of August

by iammon

The 1. of August is Swiss National Day. There are celebrations all over the country. Therefore as well in Zermatt. You will get to see lots of people dressed in traditional folklore cloths. Normally there is a big firework show(if it is not too dry and fire danger alert). Check at the tourist information for exact programme of the day. Sometimes they serve free Valais wine during the fireworks show and you will hear Swiss traditional music. I think it is quite an interesting day for tourist. Swiss people have the day off and it might be crowded everywhere on that day.

Zum See

by sandysmith

On a short afternoon stroll we took the cable-car the short distance form Zermatt - Furi (cos we're lazy) and walked to the tiny hamlet of Zum See. Just a handful of barns and a tiny restaurant and loads of Geraniums!

Train to ZERMATT

by Pakistaniguy

The only way to come to ZERMATT is by Train and you have to catch a specific train from a near by town of TÄSCH. The train runs regularly every 20 mins. It takes 15 mins to reach Zermatt by this train.

Cakes and Cafe Crawls

by sandysmith about Hornli

When it rains in Zermatt it rains for the day...or it snows! So once you've done the Alpine Museum and all those shops its time for a cafe crawl.

This one the Hornli was quite cosy.....you could select a cake from the shop and have it brought upstairs to the cafe part. Take a window seat up here and enjoy being in the warmth, watching the people pass below.

The Church

by sswagner

In the center of town is the main church. It has some unusual ceiling paintings on the inside. The exterior is noted with having a small cemetery with the graves of mountain climbers who perished in an attempt to scale one of the high peaks in this region. The dates all vary, although some go back to when climbing was very much a pioneering sport. The climbers graves are sometimes marked with equipment and usually have the name of the mountain inscribed on the memorial.

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