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Complete Vacation Guide to Uri, Switzerland  One
of the 26 cantons of Switzerland, Uri is situated in Central Switzerland.
The territory of Uri goes from the Reuss valley located between the
Lake Lucerne and St. Gotthard Pass. Commonly known as the “Soul of Switzelrand”,
Uri is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Europe. With a wide
variety of things to do in Uri,
you are bound to have the time of your life if your plan to trip Uri.  Are
you ready for Uri to take your breath away? The city will amaze you
and the number of things to do in Rome will
keep you occupied for the rest of your trip. Located in the centre of the
country, the city has been around for as early as the 7th century, which
means you will have plenty of things to explore and see on your trip. With
a wide range of activities from wonder world adventures to amazing cultural,
traditional and historical sites, you will have plenty to do on your
visit. You can start your trip at the Swiss Alps and enjoy the scenic
beauty of the mountains. It is one of the few places where the natural beauty
of the Alps is still intact. You will get to hear many myths and
stories from the locals that you can take back home.  There
are many other things that will keep you occupied in Uri. You will get to
see many traditional festivals and events taking place all year long. From the
High Altitude Bonfire on 1st August
to The Fair that takes place each year in autumn when farmers
return from the Alps, you will never get bored when you are in
Uri. If you are travelling to Uri with your family, there are plenty of
places that will keep your loved ones happy and excited. You can take your
family to the lake for a day out or can head for a train or cable car
ride.   If
you are planning to make a visit to Uri in the near future, you should note
down the places you want to visit once you get there. You can go
to the Lake Uri, Axen Street, Teufelsbrucke,
the Chapel Maria Sonnenberg, Fellilucke, Montanara Bergerlebnisseand many
more sites. If you are planning to stay in the city of Uri for over a
week, then you must plan a visit these places; Swiss Alps, Golzernsee, Tellskapelle, Arnisee and the Swiss Path. You
should take plenty of pictures while you are visiting Uri to ensure
you capture every aspect of your trip. Entire families and couples are welcome
to enjoy Uri in its entirety. However, it will take a few back and
forth trips to Uri in order for you to discover all of it.Page Break Point of Interest (POI) 1.     Swiss
Alps Consisting
of almost all of the highest mountains of the region, the Swiss Alps should be
on the top of your list of things to do in
Uri. You will get to visit a number of beautiful
trails, expanding over a network of 62,000 km. Most of the tourists coming
to the Alps in summer get attracted to the great north faces and
the 4000 meter summit. The mountaineers and hikers can reach high
altitudes without much of an effort because the aerial tramways operate
all year long. It is one of the most famous and popular tourist
destinations for people all around the world.   Looking
at the many things to do in Swiss Alps, you
can take your entire families along and plan a skiing trip in the
mountains. There are a wide variety of winter sports and other
activities that keep you engaged on your trip. You can visit the
surrounding villages and visit one of the many ski resorts running in the
area. People who visit the Swiss Alps also see Davos, Engadin, Crans Montana
VS and the many car free villages easily accessible and highly famous for
their traditions and culture. You also don’t have to worry about transport
because the Swiss Alps has one of the most extensive transport networks in
the world and will keep your worries at bay.  2.     Golzernsee If
you are looking for the best places to visit in Uri, don’t forget
adding Golzernsee to
the list. Lake Golzernsee is
one of the most popular tourist attractions of the country and the
canton. Offering a diverse mountain landscape and crystal clear
water, Golzernsee is
a definite addition to your things to
do in Uri. The place is a paradise for climbers and hikers because
of the well maintained trails along with the scenic beauty of the
area. You will find a number of restaurants where you can enjoy and
have a good time with your company.  Looking
for things to do in Golzernsee? You
can climb the surrounding mountains and can also hike. You can take
the summit of Grosse Düssi, Gross Windgällen and Oberalpstock.
You will find well marked trails but make sure you carry the right gear with
you. For hikers, the best place will be the sun terrace Golzen. Easy
to access via a cable car, the place is situated 1409 meters above
the sea level. The shore gives an amazing panoramic view of the landscape
where you can have some good time with your family. Surrounded by forests
and giving a majestic view of the mountains, Golzernsee is
a must visit place in Uri.   3.     Tellskapelle Located
on the shore of Lake Lucerne, Tellskapelle is highly recommended to
be on your list of things to do in Uri. It
is located around 4.3 km away from the Bay of Uri and is one of the most
beautiful places you will see in Uri. Tellskapelle has a rich history
associated with it. According to tales, this is the place
where William Tell escaped the boat of his captors during a storm that
ultimately allowed him to slay Gessler, the tyrant ruler
and go on to lay the foundation of Old Swiss Confederacy.  One
you reach the Tell Chapel, you will find a number of things to do in Tellskapelle. You can
visit the William Tell monument, built to pay homage to his services.
You can take pictures here and take back with you memories of this historical
place. If you are interested in finding more about the tale and services
of William Tell, there is also the William Tell Museum nearby that you can
visit. Tell Fountain nearby is also famous with tourists where there
is a statue of Tell with a boy. The Swiss national hero, William Tell is
highly acknowledged in this place and all of the things here revolve
around him. To get a historical perspective of Switzerland, you must pay a
visit to this place.   4.     Arnisee On
your list of things to do in Uri,
add visiting Arnisee because
your trip to Uri will not be complete without visiting this place. This
lake in Uri, which can be reached through gondola lift, is
famous for its scenic beauty. You can get the lift from Intschi or Amsteg. With
a beautiful mountain terrace surrounding the lake, Arnisee is
a must visit place in Uri. Arnisee is
also the starting point of many mountain tours, walks and family
tours. The small lake is surrounded by soft meadows and
mountains. The view is majestic with the lake lying in the middle of
a spectacular mountain panorama.  There
are many things to do in Arnisee. With the heaven
like beauty of the place around you, taking photographs is a must so you
can take back memories of the majestic place home with you. You will
find a number of restaurants and hotels nearby that you can book for the night
if you plan to stay here or can go in for lunch. The restaurants are
famous with traditional, as well as, continental food. You can take
walks along the lake or just sit back, relax and enjoy the
natural scenic beauty of the place.   5.     Swiss
Path If
you are interested in the history of Switzerland, consider add visiting
the Swiss Path to your list of things
to do in Uri. Leading to the historic sites of Swiss Confederation,
the Swiss Path is divided into stages. All of these paths can be
reached either by train or ship. The path is 35 km long and begins
at the Rütli Mountain and
ending at Brunnen. You will find a number of things to do in Swiss Path. There are well constructed
hiking trails connecting all the worth seeing sites
including the Tell Chapel, Schillerstein, the
pilgrimage chapel, the little castles of Beroldingen,
as well as, the old Axenstrasse. This
place can be called the spiritual heart of Switzerland because of the presence
of many religious and historical places. You should carefully
plan your tour of the Swiss Path to ensure you get the maximum out of the trip
and do not miss visiting any of the worth seeing places along the
path. Make sure you enquire about the weather conditions of the Swiss Path
before you set off because some trials might be closed owing to weather