Planning a road trip in Switzerland? Enjoy our selection of Swiss roads. Meet the photographers on Instagram, find locations on the map and get directions.
This pass connects Engadin with the rest of Switzerland. It is the – probably – most instagramable road in Switzerland:
Meet the photographer @alexstrohl
Julier pass (2284m asl) is open all year. In winter it’s the only road connecting Engadin with the rest of Switzerland.
Meet the photographer @sebastianmzh
This is Maloja pass (1862m all) It is open all year as well as it’s the only road to Bregaglia (Bergell) from Switzerland. Somebody asked why the Swiss can’t build straight roads. Would you know the answer? 😉
Meet the photographer @giangiovanoli
Of course drones are an excellent way to capture mountain passes. However there is no need for drones. Take your time to find the best perspective:
Meet the photographer @cdos_focus
In summer, Albula pass (2312m asl) is a great alternative to Julier pass. It connects the Albula valley with Engadin.
Meet the photographer @wisslaren
Don’t miss lake Palpuogna (Palouognasee) at the Albula road. Try to find some new perspectives as it’s a pretty famous photo spot.
Meet the photographer @mattiasnutt
If you like street photography then Klausenpass (1948m asl) is for you. It connects the cantons Glarus and Uri.
Meet the photographer @adrianospics
The pass takes longer, but is more fun than the Gotthard tunnel.
Meet the photographer @johanna___c
You’ve probably seen this place before on Instagram before. Belvedère hotel is abandoned but trending always on Instagram.
Meet the photographer @runawayueli
This pit stop on your way from Thun to Interlaken is another famed photo spot. Find the exact location on the map.
Meet the photographer @borisbaldinger?
Another classic Swiss road is in Lauterbrunnen. More ideas if you
Meet the photographer @evmeyerphoto
Off the beaten paths between Ticino and Valais.
Meet the photographer @federico.sette
Les Pyramides d’Eeuseigne
If you happen to be in Valais: these pyramids are worth a detour.
Meet the photographer @diaryofseya
A hidden gem is Schwägalp pass in Appenzell
Meet the photographer @cameraismyeye