Everything You Need to Know About Erin’s Fabulous Weekend Getaway in Zermatt

As we enter travel season and life slowly gets back to (a new) normal, we thought it would be fun to share some information about all of her European getaways while in Spain.


Where to Stay

Since Zermatt is a car-free town (electric vehicles and horse-drawn buggies service the population), the ideal place for visitors to stay is on one of the three main streets downtown running parallel to the Matter Vispa River.

While in Zermatt with her family, Erin stayed in one of the apartments at Matterhorn Lodge, which she highly recommends. Other beautiful accommodations are Hotel Firefly, Hotel Mont Cervin Palace, the only ski-in, ski-out hotel CERVO Zermatt, or Bellerive located just off main street downtown.


What to Do

When most people think of Zermatt, they think of the Matterhorn, the world’s most iconic mountain. As such, it’s a top destination for skiers.

However, Zermatt isn’t just for skiing. The resort town has plenty to offer for those who love the outdoors including rafting on the Vispa River at the foot of the mountain.


Where to Dine

A day on the slopes or hiking will spike anyone’s appetite. Visitors to Zermatt can rest assured that there’s no shortage of world-class cuisine for après fun dining.

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