If winter makes you want to huddle around a bubbling pot of fondue guzzling hot cheesy laden bread washed down with a bottle of red, you're in good company.
Infact, head to picture-perfect Switzerland and you'll find the ideal winter wonderland to live out your fondue fantasies. Fondue restaurants aside, there's a whole host of unusual locations to enjoy the Swiss landscape and eccentricities sat around a Swiss fondue.
In a gondola? tuktuk? tent? tram? Take your pick of the addresses below and indulge your fondue desires.
FONDUE IN A IGLOO
What about exchanging that fireplace for winter thermals and cozying up in an igloo to experience that real winter wonderland feeling? You can do just that in the purpose-built fondue igloo.
See the incredible work that went into making the igloo:
You can also, of course get your winter fix at the funky cosy winter tent of Frau Gerald’s in Zurich.
Warm yourself by the open log fire as you tuck into fondue and other winter specialities.
Frau Gerolds Garten Geroldstrasse 23/23a 8005 ZürichWebsite
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