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SWITZERLAND

The amazing natural beauty of the majestic Alps, the placid lakes, quaint villages, cosmopolitan cities and towering castles 

Switzerland Attractions

Geneva

Geneva

Geneva is a picturesque city located in Switzerland, known for its international presence, stunning landscapes, and cultural attractions.

Lucerne

Lucerne

The city is well known for its stunning medieval architecture and its stunning location on the edge of Lake Lucerne amid snow capped mountains. Many people touring Switzerland spend at least a few days in Lucerne.

Interlaken

Interlaken

Interlaken is where those seeking a thrill go. It's known as the adventure capital of Switzerland and adrenaline junkies are sure to love it. Whether you're into river rafting or canyoning, skydiving or bungee jumping, you'll find your particular rush here.

Montreux

Montreux

Montreux is a picturesque town located on the shores of Lake Geneva in Switzerland. Known for its stunning lakeside views, the annual Montreux Jazz Festival, and its proximity to the Swiss Alps, Montreux attracts visitors with its natural beauty and cultural offerings.

Cable Car Ride at Mount Titlis

Cable Car Ride at Mount Titlis

Mt. Titlis massif is a breathtaking ten-thousander of the northern Susten Pass ranges. It ranks high up on the bucket list of people and why not! This dream-like place is reached by the world’s first revolving cable car ride. Cruising high up in the sky, you will see sharp rocky edges, overhanging ice boulders, and snowed crevasses. Once you reach the top, you will be treated to an unforgettable Swiss wonderland-like landscape.

Cruise in Lake Geneva

Cruise in Lake Geneva

The sightseeing tour on Lake Geneva allows you to discover the beauty and charm of Geneva as well as Lac Léman. You will be able to see the stunning Mount-Blanc mountain and surrounding Swiss Alps. Don't miss out on the opportunity to see magnificent cityscapes and the United Nations Headquarters. So strap yourself in and prepare for the scenic drive.

Day Trip to Mount Pilatus

Day Trip to Mount Pilatus

Take a day trip to Mt. Pilatus for varied exciting experiences. This trip includes a gondola ride and a cable car ride to reach the summit of the mountain, standing high at around 7,000 ft. After you’ve enjoyed the stunning alpine views from the top, take the world’s steepest cogwheel train to take a relaxing 1-hour cruise on Lake Lucerne.

Grindelwald

Grindelwald

A village that mirrors the breathtaking beauty of Switzerland, Grindelwald is a 19th-century resort town is a must-visit. Its streets are dotted with wooden houses with slanting roofs and windows adorned with colourful flower pots. It has charming cafes, cheese shops, chocolatiers, bakeries, and watch shops. There are plenty of things to do here for everybody right from carriage rides, golfing, and tennis. For the more adventurous, there are exciting options like flying fox and First Bag Jump

Basel

Basel

Basel is a vibrant city located in the northwestern part of Switzerland, near the borders of France and Germany. It is known for its rich cultural scene, historic architecture, museums, and its strategic position at the confluence of the Rhine River.

St. Moritz

St. Moritz

St. Moritz is a luxurious and world-famous mountain resort town located in the Engadin valley of the Swiss Alps. It is renowned for its stunning natural beauty, upscale amenities, and reputation as a playground for the wealthy and glamorous.

Cogwheel Train Excursion

Cogwheel Train Excursion

Schynige Platte is a plateau, in the northern part of the Jungfrau region that offers stunning views of the Jungfrau Mountain. The journey to reach the plateau is a huge attraction in itself. You need to take a 50-minute ride on a traditional 19th-century cogwheel train that offers beautiful views. You will see almost all the peaks of the Bernese Alps like Finsteraarhorn, Schreckhorn, and Jungfrau and huge flowering gardens.

Gstaad

Gstaad

It is known as a major ski resort and a popular destination amongst high society and the international jet set. The winter campus of the Institut Le Rosey is located in Gstaad. The Gstaad brand today is synonymous with stylish charm and discreet understated luxury, which Gstaad's famous royal guests and visitors from the worlds of film, art, sport and science have come to appreciate.

Lausanne

Lausanne

Lausanne is the world headquarters of the Olympics, and an Olympic museum is among its most popular tourist attractions. It has this young energy and vibe, rich history, shopping, lake, swimming, and wonderful views of the Alps.

Zermatt

Zermatt

Zermatt is famous for its magnificent long ski runs, with terrain for all skill levels, but it also offers outdoor sports for other seasons. There is a mountain trail for cyclists from the Winkelmatten up to the Furi, and the Zermatt Alpin Center offers expert guides for climbers year-round. A must visit for outdoor sports enthusiasts.

Sphinx Observatory

Sphinx Observatory

The Sphinx Observatory is a high-altitude research facility located near the summit of the Jungfraujoch in the Swiss Alps. It is one of the highest astronomical observatories in the world and serves as a research station for various scientific disciplines, including meteorology, astronomy, and glaciology.

Swiss National Park

Swiss National Park

The Swiss National Park (Schweizerischer Nationalpark) is a protected area located in the Engadine Valley of the Swiss Alps. It is the oldest national park in the Alps and one of the most renowned protected areas in Switzerland.

Zurich

Zurich

Explore the major landmarks of the city, visit the Old Town, Swiss National Museum & Munsterhof Square. Visit the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. The city is home to many financial institutions and banking companies.

Jungfraujoch

Jungfraujoch

Your Swiss trip doesn’t end without visiting this famous ‘Roof of Europe’, one of the best things to do in Switzerland with family. Your train ride will take you through the fascinating rocky and icy Alps to reach this underground train station located at around 11, 300 ft. above sea level. From the station, you can take an elevator to the summit of the Sphinx peak to see the Aletsch Glacier and other mountains. To reach here, you can take trains from Interlaken, Grindelwald, Wengen, and Lauterb

Bern

Bern

Bern is known as the city of fountains. Around its historic centre are dozens of them, some are beautiful while others are just down right bizarre. The typical cafés and bars found in the alleyways and cellars of the Old Town, together with Bern's genuine warm hospitality, make Bern a unique city experience.

Rhine Falls

Rhine Falls

Standing high at 75 ft and around 500 ft wide, Rhine Falls are the largest falls in Europe. It is a stunning sight to see over 600,000 gallons of turquoise green waters crash to form powdery white foam and mist. The roaring sounds of the water are enough to make your heart throb. The most exciting thing to do here is to take a boat trip to the heart of the falls. One of the most exciting things to do in Switzerland is to attempt a climb to the centre of the falls.

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Best Time To travel

Summer Season - June to August

Summer is a popular time to visit Switzerland, especially for outdoor enthusiasts. The weather is generally mild and pleasant, making it ideal for hiking, biking, and exploring the stunning landscapes. Popular regions to visit during summer include the Swiss Alps, Lake Geneva, and the picturesque villages. The summer months also bring various cultural events and festivals.

Fall Season - September to November

Fall is a lovely time to visit Switzerland, especially if you're interested in fall foliage. The changing leaves create a beautiful tapestry of colours in the Swiss countryside. The weather is still relatively mild, and you can enjoy hiking and outdoor activities. September is also a grape harvest time in the wine regions, offering opportunities for wine tasting.

Winter Season - December to February

Winter is a magical time to visit Switzerland, especially if you're a fan of winter sports. The Swiss Alps are famous for skiing, snowboarding, and other winter activities. Popular ski resorts like Zermatt, St. Moritz, and Verbier come alive with winter sports enthusiasts. The Swiss cities also offer charming Christmas markets and festive decorations.

Spring Season - March to May

Spring is a transitional season in Switzerland, and it's a good time to visit if you want to avoid the peak tourist crowds. The weather can be unpredictable, with a mix of rain and sun. Spring is a great time for exploring cities like Zurich and Geneva, as well as enjoying the blooming flowers and emerging wildlife in the countryside.

 

Currency

Swiss Franc (CHF)

 

Time Zone

Coordinated Universal Time (UTC+1)

 

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