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Four official languages, cosmopolitan cities, dramatic Alpine peaks, fairytale castles and lakes that make for postcard-perfect pictures at every turn. Variety is the spice of life in Switzerland!
Located in Central Europe, the relatively small nation of Switzerland certainly knows how to set itself apart from the rest of Europe. Take a look at the network of roads that connect remote towns, high-end resort villages and urban cities, and know that the stunning relation between nature and mankind transcends the concept of mere coexistence. In fact, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that adventure sports and outdoor activities are spelled in capital letters here. Want to conquer the massive Alps? Here’s a pair of skis, there’s a rope for climbing and abseiling. Jump aboard a raft to tackle white water rivers, take in the bird’s eye view of Switzerland’s sceneries while riding in a hot air balloon, or taste ultimate freedom while parachuting. With endless options, Switzerland knows how to give even the most experienced adventurers the adrenaline rush of their lifetime.
Whether you drive on your own or hop aboard the scenic Glacier Express, Switzerland is sure to surprise you at every turn. Despite seasonal road closures for safety purposes, Switzerland is highly accessible and promises breathtaking views year-round. Add in an authentic mix of rural traditions, including folkloric fairs, markets, and alp-horn concerts, and you get the picture-perfect impression of Switzerland’s unique countryside.
Still, your Swiss explorations don’t end here. Head to the capital, Bern, to explore its medieval old town and modern art, delve into the vibrant spirit of world-renowned Zürich, and marvel at Europe’s largest lake while visiting Geneva. From the preservation of its cultural heritage to the cleanliness of its landscapes; from its world-class chocolate to its gooey cheese; from Swiss army knives to luxury watches, Switzerland knows what’s good and worthy, meaning “Swiss-made” comes at a price.
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Perched high in the Bernese Alps, Adelboden is a playground for mountain-lovers.
A top-notch ski resort in the winter and a hiking hub in the summer, this idyllic alpine village attracts people year-round. Adelboden is littered with quintessentially Swiss chalets, giving the small town a warm, intimate feel. It is also home to numerous wellness spas for those that want to unwind.
Art-lovers and architecture connoisseurs will rejoice in this cultural haven. On the border of Switzerland, France, and Germany, Basel boasts a varied cultural landscape and a rich history.
Walking through the boutique stores and modern cafes of old town, or exploring Basel’s share of parks and botanical gardens, is a great way to spend an afternoon. The Rhine, which cuts through Basel, offers scenic vistas of the city. With Michelin stars and an elite art scene, this city is sure to please any traveler wanting to indulge in Swiss culture.
Geneva is a sparkling gem in the heart of Romandy, the French-speaking part of Switzerland. Geneva is an apex of dynamism and sophistication, combining the amenities of a bustling city and the charm of a beautiful surrounding countryside with alpine peaks and the glimmering Lake Geneva. The serene gardens, relaxing spas, and opportunities for skiing and hiking here are endless.
Gstaad is a glamorous resort town, located in the Bernese Oberland Region of the Swiss Alps, with a small town feel. You wouldn’t expect this charming village with sweet wooden houses that is surrounded by cattle pastures and farms to be one of Switzerland’s best shopping destinations and popular amongst celebrities. Enjoy top hotels, excellent fine dining, and true luxury!
It's not unusual for a town to be situated on a river, lake or ocean; but for it to sit between two lakes is certainly unique.
Sheltered within the Bernese Oberland, Interlaken (meaning “between lakes”) is named for its privileged location between the glistening Lake Thun and Lake Brienz. This world-renowned getaway is an outdoor adventure and extreme sports mecca, and an ideal homebase for travelers looking to explore the awe-inspiring landscapes.
Interlaken is another world, waiting to be explored and eager to show you her immense beauty.
Often known as the gateway to Central Switzerland, Lucerne is a historic city which boasts a privileged location nestled in the snow covered mountains, dotted with crystalline lakes. Whether you’re looking for world-class hiking trails and mountaineering tracks, or picturesque neighborhoods and historic monuments, Lucerne has something for you.
Lake Maggiore is a true hidden gem in the north of Italy and the second largest lake in the entire country. Known to be a holiday destination for celebrities throughout history, it is an undoubtedly unique place to visit. Perhaps its most iconic site, the famous Borromeo Palace, is a beautiful mansion with carefully-preserved gardens that occupies an entire island in the middle of the lake, and its fairy-tale like charm is sure to delight.
Zermatt is compromised of a collection of cozy chalets, huddle together at the base of one of the world’s most famous mountains -- the Matterhorn. It’s rugged peak is both picturesque and imposing, a constant reminder of nature’s majesty. The surrounding mountains are also a skier’s delight, home to Europe’s largest ski region and miles and miles of pistes. The town itself is car-free, open to pedestrians and horse-drawn carriages. Cute hotels, cafes and bars line the streets.
Romantic, quaint, and stunningly beautiful, Zermatt is lovely place to take a trip.
Sitting on the banks of the Limmat River, Zurich is one of the world’s premier financial capitals, but that doesn’t mean this city is cold or uninviting.
On the contrary, this city has gained a trendy, artsy feel, especially in Züri-West, the center of Zurich’s nightlife. Frau Gerolds Garten is a perfect example of Zurich’s contemporary coolness -- constructed out of old shipping containers, this green terrace is bursting with flowery drinks and good food, a lively place for locals to gather after work.