Day 1: Arrival to Kreuzlingen
Stroll over the German border and take a walk through the lively roads in the old town of Constance.
Day 2: Kreuzlingen–Region Rorschach (31 miles/50 km)
Along the railway and past the beautiful villages Romanshorn and Arbon until you reach the Rhine delta with a wealth of birdlife. Overnight stay either in Horn or on the other side of the border in Lustenau.
Day 3: Region Rorschach–Buchs SG (44 miles/70 km)
St.Galler Rheintal is an area often cosseted by the warm wind called “Föhn”. Much land has been won by the correction of the Alpenrhein waters in the Rhine-Valley. You spend the night in Buchs–an important border station and the gate to the principality of Liechtenstein.
Day 4: Buchs SG–Chur (31 miles/50 km)
The "Bündner Herrschaft", Grisons fertile garden and winery lies on a mound of slate detritus. This is also the home of Heidi, Peter, and Alpöhifrom the world-famous children's tale. Churis the oldest town north of the alp and entices with numerous restaurants.
Day 5: Chur–Disentis (40 miles/65 km)
The Rhine Gorge–Switzerland's Grand Canyon is an impressive part of this tour. Afterward, you reach“Surselva”, Grisons largest Romansch-speaking region. Today’s tour leads you to the monastery of Disentis.
Day 6: Disentis–Lukmanierpass–Biasca (36 miles/60 km)
Through the gorge „Höllenschlucht“ and Val Medel up to the rugged pass head of Lukmanier, the boundary between the cantons Ticino, and Grisons. In the sunny Valle di Blenio, the route descends through the centuries-old cultivated landscape, scented flower-filled meadows and terraced walls towards Biasca.
Day 7: Biasca–Locarno/Minusio (31 miles/50 km)
The castles and the city wall of Bellinzona lure from afar while you head towards the plain of Magadinowith its small villages. You pass the Delta of Ticino and roll on a nice promenade towards Lago Maggiore.
Day 8: Departure or extra night