This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Naters.
Naters, Switzerland, lies in the district of Brig in the region of Valais in Switzerland. Naters has given more men to the military to serve the country than any other city in Switzerland. Naters has a military stronghold, which is located inaccessibly in the mountains and is now used as a museum of the Swiss Guards. This stronghold/museum foretells the story of the Swiss Guard and their valiant actions. There are many budget hostels in Naters, Switzerland, to help you explore and enjoy this museum as well as the many other intriguing things that the city has to offer.
Many people in Naters, Switzerland, speak the German language. Other than that, you can also find people with other mother tongues such as Albanian, French, and Romansh. There are many interesting things to see and do for a tourist in Naters. The place is not only blessed with amazing nature but also has many sculptures, ancient buildings, churches, and forts. The Ossuary at Beinhausweg and the Church of St. Mauritius are the famous churches and are must-sees. These two constructions have been listed as Swiss Heritage Site of National Importance.
Among all the churches, the The Ossuary at Beinhausweg is the most outstanding in the city. It was constructed in the sixteenth century to serve as a burial place for the bones from older graves, which were opened and abandoned because the churchyard was too small to bury the bodies. The church’s top floor houses a chapel dedicated to St. Anna. A large opening under the double stairs allows a look into the lower chapel. It reveals a crucifix with Mary and John the Evangelist in front of what seems to be an ornate wall. The ornaments, however, are skulls and bones, carefully piled to form a pattern.
Naters, Switzerland, is now an urbanized city, unlike few decades ago, and this makes the place looks even more beautiful and interesting while it provides all the conveyances to people who visit. One of the urbanized villages is the village of Blatten and the entire hamlet of Bodmen. These two tiny places are now part of the Inventory of Swiss Heritage Sites.
The many hostels in Naters, Switzerland, are available at your fingertips and the bookings are easy and simple. You are sure to have a comfortable stay here with their well-equipped rooms and high-quality service. No matter what language the people speak in Naters, many Naters, Switzerland hostel owners and receptionists speak English, so that anyone who wants a room can communicate with them easily. So book your Naters, Switzerland hostel at your earliest convenience and enjoy this beautiful city.
Written by local enthusiast for Naters hostelsAaron Barboza