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It’s Heaven, Engelberg-Titlis

The location could not be more central. Engelberg-Titlis is practically located in the middle of the Swiss flag and can be reached easily by public transport and car all year round.

Engelberg-Titlis is a winter and summer holiday paradise located at 1000 metres above sea level. Engelberg is the perfect holiday destination where mountaintops touch the skies, beds are made in heaven, the natural world is invigorating, feasts are prepared for the gods and a wide range of leisure activities is on offer. Its timeless culture characterised by the Benefictine monastry imprints its image on the largest winter and summer holiday destination in Central Switzerland.

We arrived at the base of Engelberg-Titlis just past 10 in the morning. It was quite cold and icy. From the base, we took a small cable car up to Trübsee, changed into a bigger one up to Stand and took the Titlis Rotair up to the peak. The whole journey took approximately 45 minutes including waiting time.

The cable car rides are mostly quite steep but sturdy. I managed to seat through even though I am uncomfortable with heights.

The Titlis Rotair is the world’s first revolving cable car which took us all the way to the summit of Mt. Titlis. The breathtaking panoramic mountainscape is phenomenon. A few pictures to share this beautiful cable car journey with you.

Thank goodness it was a very clear and sunny day. It is still freezing but not as bad as Top of Europe. This time, we managed to spend about 20 minutes in the snow and because the sky is clear, we could see the fabulous mountainscape – it’s like what I see in the magazine, absolutely amazing.

We spent approximately 3 hours at Mt. Titlis. It was a very beautiful mountain, if you plan to visit Switzerland, remember to include this place in your itinerary.

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