For ravishing alpine scenery and villages oozing storybook charm, it's hard to beat Switzerland. The soaring snow capped peaks of the Alps, shining blue lakes, emerald valleys, glaciers, and picturesque lakeside hamlets inspire this landlocked nation with a fairytale beauty. Snuggled amid the mountain valleys and lakes lie world-class international resorts and a long list of things to do, including hiking, biking, climbing, paragliding, skiing, and tobogganing. Travelers come here for jaw-dropping scenery but are charmed by the many cultural attractions. Steeped in history, cities such as Zurich, Geneva, and Lausanne offer excellent museums and galleries, historic buildings, and renowned music festivals.

The Matterhorn :

The Matterhorn, Switzerland's iconic pointed peak, is one of the highest mountains in the Alps. On the border with Italy, this legendary peak rises to 4,478 meters, and its four steep faces lie in the direction of the compass points. The first summiting in 1865 ended tragically when four climbers fell to death during the descent. Today, thousands of experienced climbers come here each summer. At the foot of this mighty peak, lies the charming village of Zermatt, a top international resort with horse-drawn carriage rides, quaint chalets, and world-class restaurants and hotels. To preserve the air quality and peaceful ambiance, motorized vehicles are banned in the village.

Jungfraujoch: The Top of Europe :

One of the most popular things to do in the beautiful Bernese Oberland is the train journey to Jungfraujoch, the "Top of Europe," with an observation terrace and scientific observatory perched at 3,454 meters. The longest glacier in Europe, the Great Aletsch Glacier begins at Jungfraujoch, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The famous Eiger Trail from the Eiger glacier station to Alpiglen clings to the rocks at the foot of the north face.The less active can ride gondolas and cable cars to scenic viewpoints over the Lauterbrunnen Valley.

Lake Geneva:

Lake Geneva, Europe's largest Alpine lake, straddles the Swiss/French border, and laps at the shores of some of Switzerland's most popular cities. The city of Geneva sits between pretty snow capped peaks at the point where the Rhône spills into Lake Geneva. This French-speaking "capital of peace" is the European seat of the United Nations and exudes a pleasing blend of French joie de vivre and Swiss structure. Promenades, parks, and gardens surround the lake, and the old town is a lovely spot to stroll among the historic buildings. The Jet d'Eau, a fountain in Lake Geneva shooting water 150 meters into the air, is a famous landmark. Cultural attractions include the Opera House and the Grand Théâtre, which stages international acts.

St. Moritz:

Mirror glazed lakes, glaciers, jagged peaks, alpine forests, and oodles of sunshine make St. Moritz one of the world's top mountain destinations and a must-have on your list of things to do in Switzerland. Palatial hotels and pricey restaurants are par for the course at this resort town, which has hosted two winter Olympics. Sitting in an alpine valley 1,800 meters above sea level, the town is divided into two parts: St. Moritz Dorf sits on a sunny terrace overlooking the Lake of St. Moritz. The other part of town, lakeside St. Moritz Bad on the valley floor, is a health resort with less expensive lodging. Winter sports run the gamut, from skiing, snowboarding, skating, and bobsledding to tobogganing on the famous 1.2-kilometer-long Cresta Run.

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Kiran – Jan 23, 2019:

I had been to Switzerland in the first weekend of March. I had been to Paris for my business trip for a month and we planned for a trip to Switzerland. The places included rhein falls, Interlaken, Engelberg, Zurich, Basel, mt.titlis etc. My.titlis was the best part of the Trip. We went to the top of the mountain by cable car and train. It's the best place for a honeymoon. We stayed at Grafenort hotel near Engelberg which is an Indian restaurant.

Anup Desai – March 01, 2019:

I went to Swiss for 3 days. with 7 of my Friends. We went to Schaffhausen to visit the Rhine falls. It was awesome experience. From Schaffhausen we went to Interlaken City where we spent the night. Next day we went to Mount Titlis, where there is snow every time of the year. We skied , played with snow. In the evening went to place called Luzern. I was amazed to see the grand station of Luzern. And on the Third day went to Mount Jungfrau. It is the Top of Europe. There we had lunch at Bollywood Restaurant. I am from India and having Lunch in a Bollywood Restaurant and that too at the top of Europe is an Amazing experience.


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