Gstaad for Romantics

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23.12.2020 | Winter · Lifestyle · Romance

Gstaad for Romantics

Snow-covered winter landscapes, candles and glitter everywhere, a cozy fire and time to reflect during the holidays – in Gstaad romantics get their money’s worth.



The exhausting family celebrations are cancelled, as has the big New Year’s Eve party for once. This year, the holidays will be somewhat more quiet than usual for everyone. Romantics can look forward to a wonderful holiday – quietly falling snow, glitter everywhere and a crackling fire. Let us show you how to enjoy a truly romantic holiday in Gstaad!

Whether it’s a walk over the crunching snow or a nice carriage ride through the idyllic snowy winter – now is the time to get out into the fresh air. Those who would like a bit more exercise can get the x-country skis out of the basement and glide over the freshly groomed trails of the snow-covered moor landscape in Lauenen. It’s a bit more like Christmas in Gsteig. Those who follow the stars from the village center (starting point is Peter’s Cheeslade) will end up walking from post to post on the Christmas Trail. The posts have been lovingly designed by schoolchildren from Gsteig and Feutersoey and lead on a circular trail that ends at the church in Gsteig after about an hour.

It’s off to Gruben to the legendary Mirror House just in time for sunset. The Mirage is not only a fascinating work of art, also the view from here is simply breathtaking. Our tip: pack a bottle of champagne and two glasses, toast the day and marvel at the beautifully colored evening sky.

Back from out of the cold, tired legs can recover nicely in the hot tub or sauna. How romantic when it slowly gets dark outside, the stars begin to appear in the nighttime sky or maybe a few white dancing flakes can be seen in the sky! Those who now find themselves in a romantic mood can snuggle up comfortably in a blanket in front of the fireplace, sip hot chocolate, enjoy doing nothing and simply gaze at the flames.

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