The Matterhorn in Zermatt
Welcome to GoZermatt.com – The site is currently under construction and should be back online the beginning of May 2015.
Zermatt is a tiny village in the Swiss Alps with approximately 6’000 inhabitants. It’s also one of Europe’s premier ski resorts and swells to some 20’000 guests during the winter high-season. Zermatt is found at the foot of the Matterhorn in the German-speaking canton of Valais in southern Switzerland. Located just 10 kilometers from the Italian border (Cervinia), you can go skiing in Switzerland in the morning, have lunch in Italy an hour later and be back in time for a tasty cheese fondue at Zermatt’s oldest restaurant, the Café DuPont that evening.
The nearest airport is Zürich, 248kms (154 miles) away. Geneva airport is also close: 244kms (151 miles) away. Travel time by train from both airports to Zermatt is roughly 3 hours.
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