There are cheap fall holidays at these 6 resorts

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Everything is now more expensive: energy, food and housing prices are rising due to rampant inflation. Some of this is also observed in Switzerland, so in addition to the costs of gasoline, those who travel are also rising.

Fall vacation doesn’t have to end during this year because of this. ALDI SUISSE Tours, for example, show how this is done at consistently low prices. Those who book with the popular travel provider can count on fair and transparent tariffs with no hidden costs – and with attractive extra offers, they often get more for their money. These are, for example, free nights in hotels or free stays for children. Discounts on recreational facilities are also included in many places.

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So that nothing stands in the way of vacation planning, ALDI SUISSE TOURS offers an optional carefree package. Cancellation is possible up to 7 days before the start of the trip without giving a reason for 5 Swiss francs if you travel alone and 10 Swiss francs if you travel by plane, ship or train. Full travel price refund – simple and fast.

So that nothing stands in the way of vacation planning, ALDI SUISSE TOURS offers an optional carefree package. Cancellation is possible up to 7 days before the start of the trip without giving a reason for 5 Swiss francs if you travel alone and 10 Swiss francs if you travel by plane, ship or train. Full travel price refund – simple and fast.

You can also save money with one of over 100 offers (most in three or four-star hotels) for as little as CHF100 per person per night – and so do the following tips for cheap (short) getaways in the fall. We have collected six suggestions – from city breaks and weekend getaways to active vacations in Switzerland and neighboring countries. If you travel there on your own, you’ll also save some fuel thanks to the relatively short distances. And: If you’re spending the most beautiful days of the year with ALDI SUISSE TOURS, you’re always on the safe side – see the box!

Chocolate life in Gruyere

Weekends at the spa can be expensive. In this respect, things are milder at Charmy FR in the Gruyere region and the “Les Bains de la Gruyère” thermal baths. If you check in at the local Chalet-Hotel Cailler**** you can sleep from CHF 86 per person per night and get free daily admission to the thermal baths for the duration of the stay. There are three spacious indoor and outdoor pools with waterfall showers, bubble chairs, and water jets, including a great view of the surrounding mountains. And maybe thanks to the spa(r) stay at Charmy, a chocolate massage is still possible?

Climbing the peaks in Davos – Klosters

More than 700 kilometers of hiking trails await guests in the Davos-Klosters holiday region. A highlight is the rising sunrise to Flüela Schwarzhorn at 3,146 meters above sea level. M. In good weather, the mountain offers a unique view up to Mont Blanc. If there are other peaks: The Davos Klosters Pass, which includes many discounts on mountain railways, is available at the popular holiday resort of Graubünden from just one night away. ALDI SUISSE TOURS guarantees comfortable (and economy) nights with no fewer than eight hotel deals for as little as 80 francs per person per night.

Children’s bicycle game in Tirol

Zillertal is one of the best cycling areas in Tyrol, which is also a paradise for families. The 31-kilometre bike path from Strass to Mayrhofen, with an elevation difference of only 140 metres, is ideal for active holidays with the little ones. There are several amusement parks along the way. In terms of budget, things are quiet: at the Hotel Pension Waldhof *** in Gerlos, for example, the night starts from 39 francs. Many other homes in the Valley offer special price benefits for children or all-inclusive packages starting at CHF 124 per person.

Nonstop poetic Alsace

Alsace is considered an El Dorado for cyclists. The picturesque region of eastern France can also be wonderfully explored on foot – through castles, along the wine route or even more mountainous and demanding in Vosges. Grosser Belchen, at 1,424 meters above sea level, is the highest point of the holiday region with a wonderful panoramic view. Really cheap holidays in Mehr Schanc are complemented by ideally located but very affordable hotels, including the cozy Relais Hotel Le Verger des Châteaux in the middle of the vineyards (starting at CHF78).

Black Forest Wellness for Money and Mind

The Black Forest, with its many thermal springs, is ideal for escaping from everyday life. Right across the border, the Aqualon thermal baths in Bad Säckingen (entrance from €12) await for your first relaxation. You can also relax at the Cassiopeia Thermen in Badenweiler (from €11) or at the Revital Bad in St. Paul. Blasien (from €9) or at Paracelsus Therme in Bad Liebenzell (from €13). With moderate prices, the Black Forest is also easy on the wallet: at the Der Hirschen Hotel in St. Märgen or at Bären hotels in Oberharmersbach, the night starts from 74 or 94 francs per person.

Radl-Spar-Gaudi in Munich

For active vacations in the capital? No contradiction in Munich. The Bavarian capital has a very developed network of bike paths (total 1,400 km), including the scenic route along the Isar and through the English Garden. On the way, beer gardens provide necessary refreshments. With no bikes (from €16/day) and snacks (pastry and a lighter half for about €6), rip a big hole in your wallet and stay the night thanks to hotels like the centrally located Hotel Brunnenhof *** (from CHF54 per person and night ) Very inexpensive, this trip to the city is also “fun” from a financial point of view!

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