Places to Visit in Switzerland

  • Zurich
    Largest city & financial center of Switzerland.
    Caf├ęs, traditional shops, famous art galleries & museums are in abundance.
    You can take a strolling walk to enjoy Lake Zurich.
    Train ride is available to Uetliberg Mountains that gives a panoramic view of the city & country side.
  • Geneva
    Lies on western shore of Lake Geneva.
    Snow-capped mountains cover the city (awesome view).
    Walk; rent a bike or public transport, all at your convenience.
    Top locations include farmed water fountain, Reformation Wall, Place Bourg du Four, St. Peter’s Cathedral & the birthplace of UN.
  • Lausanne
    International Olympic Committee’s residence
    A scenic city and inspirational destination for sports fans.
    Do not miss the Olympic Museum & Lausanne cathedral.
    It’s just 40 minutes from Geneva.
  • Bern
    A medieval iconic city & official Switzerland capital.
    Most famous for Zytglogge, an antique clock tower.
    The old-world charm makes it a UNESCO world heritage site.
    Has the longest shopping boardwalk in Europe.
    Attractions: bear park, rose garden, fine arts museum, national history museum, Federal Palace, Cathedral of Bern, and Town Hall.
  • Basel
    Located near River Rhine.
    Industrial & pharmaceutical hub.
    Highest number of museums, a culture-centric city.
    Attractions: Zoo, toy museum, paper mill museum, Basel minster, Art museum, Rathaus & Marktplatz etc.
    There are plenty of other locations that offer scenic beauty, adventure & fun in Switzerland. They are small yet lovely all year round. Some of them are –
    Lucerne – a dense city in central Switzerland, you can visit Mt. Pilatus, lake Lucerne, Chapel Bridge, Mt. Rigi, transport museum etc.
    Interlaken – popular as a tourist resort, it possesses three mountains- Eiger, Jungfrau & Monch. Camping activities are available at the nearest Bernese Oberland Alps.
    Zermatt – the small town is famous for skiing & mountaineering due to Matterhorn Mountains. Walking is a favorite here as gasoline driven vehicles are not permitted.
    Montreaux – located at the heart of Swiss Riviera, the town has an 11th-century castle “Chillon”, which has courtyards, tower, frescoes, dungeons, house weaponry, & furniture.
    St. Moritz – an expensive & rich people’s hub, the city is a winter resort offering summer & winter sports.
    Rhine Falls – the largest waterfall in Europe where you can see, feel & hear the pounding waters, visit castles & see the Rhine Falls basin.

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