Lovely township, we were there on a Sat so there was a large market on, stalls selling everything from local cheeses, fruit and veg, right down to used cow bells, handmade rocking horses and old type writers. We traveled 1st Oct 2011 and there was a lot of fog to start of the day so we didn't see much of the countryside, this tour only goes one way through the country, on the way back to Zurich it's all highways which was a shame, but we still got a sense of the place, and by the arvo the sun had burned through most of the fog and we got some great views of the mountains. The tour guide focuses a lot on Swiss economics whereas I wanted to hear a bit more Swiss history, and he did not speak Spanish so the Spanish tourists who didn't speak English didn't understand him. Worth seeing if you have the time, but maybe better as part of a larger tour - like one of the one's up the mountains, we had a bit too much spare time in the town.
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