- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Naturhotel Taleu Bürserberg
Travel Blogs from Bürserberg
Today we left the buzz of the city and throngs of tourists behind and headed for the hills. Five hours later we settled in a lovely little town high in the alpine with a breathtaking view of the surrounding mountains and valley below. And yes, the water was ...
... town upon town including Flims-Laax (where I almost ended up instead of Murren) and decided to add another country to our belt by staying in Lichtenstein. We drove to a campsite, but upon arriving and having a quick look on the internet at the reviews we were both a little worried about a comment stating that the town bells sounded every fifteen minutes for the whole night..... So we were back on the road again and after a while found ourselves ...
... pretty cool especially as it was developed
from someone’s idea of a pressure release valve, then turned super popular and juiced up. Laura was most impressed with the fact that it releases 500 litres of water per second. A stroll around the town, up the church tower and along the lake begun to turn us from ‘damn Switzerland your fuel prices are really high’ to ‘damn Switzerland you have some very ...
... royals and MPs were mingling as the locals ate and drank more of the same, and the band played, in the sunshine. Really felt like a royal garden party. John got chatting to the Prime Minister and shook his hand, but we missed out on greeting the Prince! Great atmosphere. Finally wandered down to town again, and looked at the Liechtenstein Art Gallery, also free today. Exhibition of photos and ...
... to 1800 metres, spectacular scenery. Lots of painted houses and wooden houses with cascades of flowers from their window boxes, red geraniums and other purple and white flowers. We had seen these throughout Switzerland and Austria - folk must get so busy as soon as the snow has melted. Through St Anton Am Arlberg and the Alberg scenic road, to the Liechtenstein border then headed south. Drove through Hilti. Where, ...