Michelin star restaurants, luxurious 5* hotels and chalets, a plethora of designer shops, and year-round skiing at the foot of the most photographed mountain in the world, Zermatt is a Swiss mecca for glamorous alpine visitors.
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Zermatt offers a wide choice of culinary experiences, ranging from Asian restaurants to traditional alpine fare, and Michelin star creations.
You can experience culinary excellence in one of the many *5 gourmet restaurant (Guide Michelin or Gault Millau) of find family friendly restaurants with stunning views, and relaxed sunny terraces.
Everyone should experience a real après-ski party at least once in their lives and Zermatt certainly has several fine après ski establishments to choose from… clubs, bars and terraces for every taste.
Zermatt offers a top-class shopping experience, from watches and jewellery to fragrances from the bakeries and also knowledgeable tips from local experts.
Trains run directly to car-free Zermatt or you can reach it by taxi or helicopter.
A trip to Zermatt by car ends 5 km away in Täsch. Then it continues by shuttle train or by taxi to the resort at the foot of the Matterhorn.
Zermatt is the highest Europe’s ski resort, guest of all levels come to experience perfect skiing with miles of pistes, fantastic slopes, sun and snow.
The Matterhorn ski paradise stretches from the Rothorn (3,103 m) via Gornergrat (3,089 m) to the Matterhorn glacier paradise (3,883 m) and Schwarzsee (2,583 m). There is a connection from Matterhorn glacier paradise to Breuil-Cervinia / Valtournenche and Val d’Aosta in Italy.