National Geographic : 1923 Apr
What more appropriate and entrancing playground for the vacationist abroad than SWITZERLAND? Her matchless scenery, her wealth of sports, her invigorating climate, her superior traveling accom modations and hotels all combine to envelop the tourist in an earthly Paradise SWITZERLAND to ns very, important SWITZERLAND'S best recommendation Sto Americans is that everyone who has Eurone ever been there once goes back again. The Grandeur and beauty of her scenery are in 1923 Europe Tours are the results of comparable. The friendly hospitality of her experience as travel specialists for people, the ease and grace with which service ninating American travelers. This in- is everywhere extended, give Americans that le experience coupled with our present- most comfortable sense of welcome. knowledge has produced for you a y of "Best in Travel" Tours which GENEVA, with its classical lake, ever attractive and never been exceeded in worth-while interesting as a resting place and excursion center. It it. In various combinations they visit combines beauty, wealth, and intellect. LAUSANNE the Riviera, Italy, the Hill-Towns, OUCHY, chief point on the Simplon line, centrally located Italian Lakes, Switzerland, on the lake and facing the Savoy alps, has the distinction ' Belgium, Holland, the British of being the most convenient headquarters for excursions Isles, Spain (including Cor- in French Switzerland. It is, like Geneva, an educational dova, the Alhambra, Seville, center of repute. Cadiz). Departures Apr. 17, Then ZERMATT, at the foot of the Matterhorn, one of 21, 28, May I, 5, 15, 19, the finest alpine health resorts, conveniently reached via June 2. Each Tour strictly the wonderful Loetschberg railway. LUCERNE, the limited in membership. "Mecca" of all tourists; its loveliness proverbial, its variety of sports and amusements most interesting; the excursion center of central Switzerland. LUGANO, in the Swiss tound-the-World Cruise Italian lake district, is a floral paradise, basking In perennial sunshine;an unforgettabletrip via the electrified St. From New York Jan. 19, 1924. Gothard line. Mediterraean Cruise Conveniently reached from intellectual ZURICH, the Mediterranean r country's metropolis, are THE GRISONS, with its 150 From New York Feb. 2, I924. valleys, is an alpine wonderland. Its unique climate with powerful solar radiation, its excellent cures and opportuni ties for all sports, have made its St. Moritz, Davos. Arosa, booklets, rates, and information Pontresina, and Flims most appealing as all-year-round apply to any of our offices resorts. TARASP-VULPERA, in the lower Engadine, offers a marvelous alpine climate, while the variety and i iA medicinal values of its waters are not approached by any European watering place. rmond & W hitcomb Co. Switzerland is unchanged. Rates to suit any purse from $2.00 a day up. No war, luxury, or other taxes for tourists. York Philadelphia Chicago hAve. 1338walnut St. 112South Dearborn St. Write for our new portfolio of Switzerland No. 107 San Francisco Los Angeles beautifully illustrated booklets descriptive of itswon 157MarketStreet 505Titlelns. Building derful scenery, cities, sports, life. It is free. tiveOffices: Beacon St. at Park, Boston Address Official Agency of the SWISS FEDERAL RAILROADS 241 Fifth Avenue New York "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."