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Recent Switzerland reviews

  • Amazingly serene...

    "My husband and I travelled to Kandersteg at the invitation of our good friends from Minnesota. They had come here many times and stayed at Pam and Bill's lovely and serene Adams Alpine Eden. They told is we would love it and they were right. I have read many of the other reviews and agree whole heartedly. The word that comes to mind for me is 'serene'. The apartment is so quiet and so well insulated that we never had to turn the heat on while we were here during the first two weeks of October. You had all the ambiance of a small Swiss village with the convenience of a train station within a five minute walk of the apartment. One last thing that impressed my husband and I was the warmth and friendliness of Pam and Bill. Their door was always open as we would pass by going in or coming out. Even though Bill had some health issues while we were here, Pam was more than helpful and always asking us about how our day went. We even dined together one evening at her first floor home and had a great night of conversation. I would highly recommend the Adams Alpine Eden for anyone in search of the ultimate Swiss experience."
    Guest: Bonnie Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 13, 2014
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  • Bliss!

    "There are hardly words to describe the beauty and magic of this place. From the moment Lisa the owner opened the doors onto the lake I felt my mind and body transform. Returning back to myself. No place I would rather be than in this womb called Casa Barbara. As others have said Lisa makes all the difference. Her loving kindness is genuine and profound. She is an angel that walks this earth and brings so much joy to others. I feel honored to know her and grateful she was able to spend some time with us along with her husband Fritz. Very special people. You will find all you need here. Well stocked kitchen and laundry. But what you might not expect is that you may never want to leave the house. Once you're in …it gets a hold of you! Bravo!"
    Guest: Tamara R. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 22, 2014
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Lake Geneva Travel Tips

Luxurious Style at Lake Geneva Vacation Rentals

Lake Geneva is a crescent-shaped lake bordering France and Switzerland. The city of Geneva is on its southeastern tip and the gateway to the region for many visitors. The commercial Swiss city of Lausanne is on the lake’s northern shore. Lake Geneva has for centuries been the favored vacation destination for royalty and aristocrats. The summer palaces and mansions that line the shore have retained much of their former glory. The rental homes on the lake range in style and size. Antique chateaux that have been beautifully restored provide visitors with a sense of being transported back in time. More modern chic apartments have large windows to take in the views and are stylishly outfitted. Regardless of the style of décor, you can be sure that most of the vacation homes are luxuriously comfortable. Kitchens are equipped with most modern appliances. Lounges are characteristically spacious and have televisions and entertainment centers.

Lake Geneva Travel Attractions

Lake Geneva is a destination where you will want to take your time to explore the region’s many attractions. An ideal way to explore in the summertime is on a bicycle. You can make your way from village to village exploring the sites, stopping in for meals at the local restaurants or enjoying a picnic on the lake’s shores. Alternatively, you can travel by train or hire a car. Some of Europe’s most prized wines have come from vineyards on Lake Geneva. The region is known as La Cote and runs between Geneva and Lausanne. You can stop in at the hamlets and villages and taste some of the excellent local wines.

Getting to Lake Geneva Holiday Apartments

The nearest airport is the Geneva Cointrin International Airport. The airport receives international flights from the rest of Europe, North America and Southeast Asia. There are regularly scheduled commercial flights that are operated by all major airlines. If you cannot find a direct flight to Geneva, look at flights that route via London, Frankfurt, Paris or Amsterdam. Alternatively, you could fly into Zurich and get a train from there to Lake Geneva. Like the rest of Europe, Geneva has an excellent rail network. The Geneva Airport has rail links with both the Swiss and French railway systems. Rail is possibly one of the most convenient ways to get into the city as you do not then have to worry about traffic congestion. Within the city of Geneva, there is a tram system that provides regular public transport. A local boat company provides transfers between the two banks of Lake Geneva. If you would like to go on a more leisurely excursion on the lake, you can travel on a vintage paddle steamer.

Best Time of Year to Visit Switzerland Vacation Rentals at Lake Geneva

Lake Geneva’s climate is considered temperate by European standards. In the summer months, the days are long and warm. The beaches on Lake Geneva are often filled with families sunbathing and swimming. Paddlers can be seen kayaking along the shoreline and sailing boats. If you enjoy water sports and long summer days, this is the season that you should visit Lake Geneva. This also the best time of year to explore the many cultural and historical sites that line the shores of Lake Geneva. If, on the other hand, your ideal vacation is cozying up in front of a roaring fireplace and enjoying crisp winter views from your window then you will want to visit between December and March. The nearby mountains are often covered in snow and occasionally snowfalls also occur in the city. While the lake seldom ices over, the temperatures are still rather chilly.

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