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Bahnhofplatz 7, Visp, 3930, Switzerland
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me with MATIM, her son Tim and VonDutchme with MATIM, her son Tim and VonDutch

house in old townhouse in old town

Altes SpittelAltes Spittel

entering the campgroundentering the campground

Travel Tips for Visp

Raclette

by yumyum

If you have never eaten Raclette cheese, then you should taste it here like the two VTers MATIM and VonDutch did.

Raclette is a special cheese that easily melts without separating itself into grease and other bits. As you can see on the photo no. 2 it is melted under a special heater and then the melted layer is scraped onto a plate with potato and gherkin. If you like you can sprinkle additional seasoning on your raclette like pepper or paprika powder.

You can taste it at the farmers market for CHF 3.50 (in July 07 - it's a bargain!) or in a restaurant.

Welcome to Visp

by yumyum

I first came to Visp because the new Loetschberg railway tunnel was opened for the public on 16th June 2007 with big parties on both sides of the tunnel. In future ie from the timetable change on 9th December 2007 Visp will play a much bigger role for changing trains to eg Zermatt. There is no need anymore to go to Brig.

On 13th July 07 I came for a second visit because VTer MATIM and her family were holidaying here and I went to meet them. The surprise was that Ilse's daughter is also a VTer (VonDutch).

Visp was first mentioned in 1197 and for a long time was only a small town with a few hundered inhabitants and local gentry ruled the place. Over the centuries there was even war over the souvereignity. These days the most famous industry here is the Lonza plant for aluminium. Visp belongs to the German speaking part of the Wallis.

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