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Geneva
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Next to the Arsenal on Rue de l’Hotel de Ville, is the Town Hall or Etat de Ville. Currently being renovated, this 15th century building has a magnificent paved ramp. The ramp was built between 1555 and 1578 and gave access to the upper floors on foot or on horseback. In the Alabama Room, the first Geneva Convention was signed in 1864, founding the International Red Cross.
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Lucerne
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Lucerne, Switzerland
Most people go to Switzerland for the alpine scenery. They head to Zermatt for the Matterhorn, Interlaken for the outdoor adventures, and Lucerne for a postcard-perfect town. People in the business world frequent Zurich, while diplomats and shopaholics make the trek to Geneva. All of these itineraries are well and good, but there’s another place that deserves a weekend stopover after checking off these boxes – Basel, Switzerland.
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Basel
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Basel SBB (central train station) is just a 15-minute ride from the EuroAirport. It’s located just across the border in France, and also services Mulhouse, France, and Freiburg, Germany. From the airport, you’ll want to take either a bus or taxi into Basel.
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Chapel Bridge
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Chapel Bridge, Switzerland
Travel to me is all about discovering new countries and cultures. I love to be amazed and discover new things. Although I plan and prepare my trips quite accurate, I also love to be surprised (in a good way please) about a new destination. As I imagined Switzerland to be quite like the Netherlands, some things did really surprise me. Other things are just situations that stood out to me. All surprises can be prevented by a little research and they all depend on your own frame of reference. These are .....my personal experiences and I hope you enjoyed to read them. I hope they provide a bit of insight into my experiences and help you be better prepared for your trip to Switzerland. Show less
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Interlaken
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Interlaken, Switzerland
I looked up the time table before we went and figured we’d stay overnight. That way, we would have one chance in the afternoon of our arrival and one chance early the next morning. In case the weather would be bad either day. I figured we’d have plenty of time. But I didn’t calculate the time traveling from Interlaken East train station, all the way up the Jungfraujoch and back again. When you add up all those times, a trip from Interlaken Ost to the Jungfraujoch takes 2 hours. When you .....go down the mountain, it is also 2 hours. Call me crazy but 2 hours doesn’t sound that much. But when I tell you, you’ll be on the train for 4 hours total, just going up and down the mountain, that sounds a lot longer to me. Tip: Don’t make it a rush job as traveling up and down the Jungfraujoch takes 4 hours total. Add up the time you want to spend at the Top of Europe station, and you’ll need all day. The best option is to stay overnight in Wengen or Grindelwald for 2 chances to get up the mountain and to explore the region. Buy your train ticket to the Jungfraujoch in advance, here or here. Show less
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Bernina Express
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Bernina Express, Switzerland
We set off early from Bellagio for a 40 mins drive on the narrow winding road to Como.   From Como, we took the regional train to Tirano and onto Bernina Express to Chur, Switzerland. There is a €10 seat reservation fee upon booking this train ride, but the actual train fare is included on your Interrail or Eurail pass.
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Lauterbrunnen
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Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland
Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland
Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland
Let’s talk about one of my favorite places in whole Switzerland: Lauterbrunnen. This beautiful place, located in a surreal valley with over 70 waterfalls already inspired famous writers like J.R Tolkien – and I can totally relate with them. The place is absolutely magic and offers incredible views, that are hard to find anywhere else. I personally love to just walk around Lauterbrunnen, take some pictures, and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. That’s free and absolutely wonderful. You can also visit the Trümmelbach falls, which are a nice attraction in Lauterbrunnen itself.
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Mount Pilatus
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Mount Pilatus, Switzerland
From base to summit we went from no snow and complete cloud cover to lots of snow and sun. We literally traveled through the clouds for about 10 minutes on our way up which was a very different/claustrophobic feeling. Before you make the final ascent to Pilatus in the cable car, you need to get off the gondola at another station (takes about 20 min to get here). At this station there were lots of fun activities offered such as sledding and tobogganing. We took a quick look around because .....the views were amazing and then took the cable car up to the peak. This is only about a 5 minute ride but it is straight up. Show less
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Swiss Ski Crans-Montana
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Swiss Ski Crans-Montana, Switzerland
Swiss Ski Crans-Montana, Switzerland
Swiss Ski Crans-Montana, Switzerland
Swiss Ski Crans-Montana, Switzerland
Swiss Ski Crans-Montana, Switzerland
  Zermatt is one of the premier destinations for skiers, snowboarders and walkers. With 365 days of snow, due to its high altitude. Leaving the village of Zermatt, you can take the underground funicular train to Sunnegga, which is 2288 meters above sea level. You can then go onto the Blauherd that sits at 2571 meters. From there you can take the big gondola to Rothorn, which sits at 3103 meters up in the Swiss Alps. You then return to the village of Zermatt and take the electric bus around to .....yet another gondola to go up to Riffleberg for a late lunch and a good rest on the sun decks of the mountains. From there you can ski to Gornergrat, at an altitude of 3,089 m above sea level, and to the 2nd highest observatory in Europe. From here you can see the highest mountains in Switzerland, the Monte Rosa at 4,634 meters. The Gornergrat has been a top tourist destination in Switzerland for the last 111 years. One of the best thing about skiing at Zermatt is that you can ski into Cervinia, Italy for lunch and return to Switzerland for dinner. The people who ski at Zermatt do not take the skiing as seriously as they do in Australia. Sitting at cafes and enjoying life is more important than how many runs you clock up.     Show less
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Chur
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Also found in the Old Town, the Church of St Maurice is another elegant example of French religious architecture. The huge structure dates back to the early 15th century, and this long history has ensured that it can now claim to be the oldest church in Annecy. The outside is impressive, but make sure you head inside too, to explore the intricate religious sculptures and artwork found within the main hall.
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Matterhorn
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Matterhorn, Switzerland
There’s absolutely no way you can visit Zermatt without taking the 40-minute gondola/cable car ride up to Klein Matterhorn and witness the panoramic views of Zermatt from the top at the viewing platform. At least you can if there isn’t too much fog, which unfortunately happens quite often on Matterhorn! There are lots of things to do on Matterhorn: ski, hike and even dine at the world’s highest mountain restaurant. Definitely check out the Matterhorn Glacier Paradise where you can go inside an actual glacier on Matterhorn mountain. Glacier Paradise has a .....display of beautiful ice sculptures and you could spend an entire afternoon exploring this icy maze. Don’t forget to dress warmly if you’re heading up Matterhorn as it can be very chilly, even in summer! Show less
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Zurich Airport
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Zurich Airport, Switzerland
Zurich Airport, Switzerland
Zurich Airport, Switzerland
Getting There: The main airports are Geneva Airport, Zurich Airport, and Basel-Mulhouse Airport. They are generally well connected with major international flights coming in constantly, although you are more likely to be taking the train if you are coming from other parts of Europe, such as Paris, Munich, Milan, and Salzburg. Another option is by bus, which is available from Paris, Rome, Munich, and Florence. Finally, you can also take the ferry from France, Italy, and Germany to get to Switzerland. Getting Around town: Buses and trains within major cities in .....Switzerland are punctual and efficient. Expect to pay $2 - $5 for a single trip. Another option is carpooling – BlablaCar is a popular ridesharing site in Switzerland, however trip cancellation is very common so it’s wise to use it when you have flexibility. Uber is currently available in Basel, Geneva, Lausanne and Zurich. Inter-city Traveling: If you plan to stay for a while and travel frequently, make sure to get the Swiss Travel Pass that allows unlimited traveling throughout the country by train. With the pass, you can just board and enjoy the ride, and even get discounts and free entrances to some attractions and many museums, all at an average cost of about $35/day (15 day pass). Booking last-minute is hideously expensive so try to avoid it! Show less
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Harder Kulm
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Harder Kulm, Switzerland
Harder Kulm, Switzerland
Harder Kulm, Switzerland
Harder Kulm, Switzerland
One of the greatest things to do in Interlaken in Summer is to visit the Harder Kulm. The “Top of Interlaken” can be reached easily from the city center, where you can find the modern funicular. The funicular will take you up to over 1’300 meters – where you can enjoy a perfect view over Interlaken, lake Brienz & Thun and lastly, the Swiss Alps. If you want to save the money for the funicular, it is also possible to hike up to the viewpoint, which takes around 1 to .....1,5 hours. Whichever way you choose, I usually suggest to get up for sunrise or sunset, as the views will get even more spectacular. On the top, you will also find a panorama restaurant, where you could have lunch or dinner. Information: Harder Kulm is closed during winter!eval(ez_write_tag([[300,250],'mscgerber_com-medrectangle-4','ezslot_1',104,'0','0'])); Show less
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Lion Monument
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Lion Monument, Switzerland
Lion Monument, Switzerland
Lion Monument, Switzerland
Lion Monument, Switzerland
Larger-than-life is an understatement when it comes to the many and varied monuments in Geneva. The most famous landmark that you certainly can’t miss is the Jet d’Eau. This gigantic waterjet sits at the center of the harbor in Lake Geneva and shoots out 500 liters of water at 200 km/h (130 gallons at over 300mph). And, it reaches as high as 140 meters (460ft) into the air. Another key event in Swiss history is immortalized by the Reformation Wall. It pays tribute to the Swiss Reformation, a religious movement during .....the last centuries of the Middle Ages. The Reformed regions, such as Geneva, experienced stricter control than Catholic areas, which may provide an insight into the more conservative image of Geneva. The wall, located at Parc des Bastions, stands at a height of 10m (30 feet) and is 100m (325 feet) long. Embedded within the wall are the four luminaries of the Reformation: John Calvin, William Farel, Theodore Beza and John Knox. For something more eclectic, why not give the Broken Chair a visit. This monument is literally “a broken chair”. It was erected in 1997 at the request of Handicap International to sign the Ottawa Treaty to ban landmines. This 12m (40ft) structure is installed in Palais des Nations in front of the UN building. Show less
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Swiss Museum of Transport
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Swiss Museum of Transport, Switzerland
Swiss Museum of Transport, Switzerland
Swiss Museum of Transport, Switzerland
Swiss Museum of Transport, Switzerland
Swiss Museum of Transport, Switzerland
The Swiss Transport Museum is yet another one of the fun things to do in Lucerne with kids. The museum displays a wide range of life-size models of trains, planes, cars and many other automobiles dedicated to the history of Switzerland’s transport history. The museum also houses a planetarium and a film theatre. The museum is located on the shores of Lake Lucerne and is around 30 minutes walk from the central station, one can also take a bus (6, 8, 24) to the museum. More here.
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Brissago Islands
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Brissago Islands, Switzerland
Brissago Islands, Switzerland
Brissago Islands, Switzerland
Brissago Islands, Switzerland
We started our day pretty early to explore Venice and the lagoon islands of Burano and Murano. Using our Venezia Unica Card, we explored the various Venice attractions like the Bridge of Sigh, Basilica di San Marco, Piazza San Marco and many more. Eating in the public areas are prohibited in Venice.  You can only eat in the restaurant premises.  There are public signs that will tell you this to avoid a hefty fine.
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Swiss Alps
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Swiss Alps, Switzerland
Swiss Alps, Switzerland
One of the most exclusive and fun things to do in Interlaken is taking a helicopter ride around the Swiss Alps – and in my opinion, it is one of the best things I ever did in my life. During my helicopter ride, I enjoyed fantastic views over the Swiss Alps which are otherwise impossible to see – and even landed on a glacier. A helicopter flight is not cheap – but an adventure that you will never forget.
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Lausanne
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Lausanne, Switzerland
Yes, we do miss having a lake around the corner but we are quite surprise how much less we miss “our lake” for each time we are by the river. We are enchanted by its beauty and we have discovered so much cool things to do on the river and along the river around Bern.   Float like the locals If you are not at all familiar with the way how the locals in Bern swim I suggest you to come for a visit on a hot summer day. It is a fun .....thing to experience but if you don’t dare to join in, it is still a unique thing to see. The first time we experienced Bern’s way to cool down, we quite didn’t understand what was going on. Hundreds of people were in swimming suit and bare feet, marching at the same direction. Where are they going? The photo here under was taken on a Wednesday at 1pm. Three hours later the path was filled with hundreds of people in swimsuit. We understood later that the people are walking upstream as far as they can and then jump into the river and just let themself float away. There are stairs to pull yourself up all along the river so if you missed on there will be another! A lunch break with the colleagues? Some brave (or crazy) would first throw their waterproof bag in the river and then themself after. But before jumping, they have to make sure that no one is floating underneath.  Photo: Here Photo: Here Photo: Here Float like a king Show less
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Chillon Castle
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Chillon Castle, Switzerland
Chillon Castle, Switzerland
Chillon Castle, Switzerland
Chillon Castle, Switzerland
Chillon Castle, Switzerland
Another highlight of your Europe Rail tour will be a visit of the world famous Neuschwanstein Castle. You will be on an all-day escorted coach tour which will first take you to Oberammergau for a photo stop (you may want take a look at the Festival Hall where the Passion Play takes place every ten years.) The coach will then take you to Linderhof Palace, the Royal Villa of King Ludwig II. The Palace and Park were inspired by Versailles and the rooms are beautifully decorated and furnished. After a .....short drive through Austria and back into Germany you will get to Neuschwanstein Castle. The picture of Neuschwanstein is probably present in everybody’s mind and Neuschwanstein really seems to be taken out of a fairy tale. You will join an English-speaking guided tour through the Castle. The tour of the interior, the Throne Hall, the Hall of the Singers, the Grotto and all of the private rooms which were built for King Ludwig II, will make the picture perfect! After the tour of the inside make sure to take some time to explore the castle grounds. The view of Neuschwanstein from the bridge behind the castle is like no other! Your luxury coach will take you back to Munich where you will arrive in time for dinner. Show less
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First
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It takes quite some time to reach Jungfraujoch. It’s a 2,5 hours train ride from Interlaken, 1,5 hours from Grindelwald or Lauterbrunnen, or 1 hour from Wengen. The only way to get to Jungfraujoch is by train. The last place where you can leave your car is Lauterbrunnen or Grindelwald, from where you have to take a train to Kleine Scheidegg. You have to switch trains at Kleine Scheidegg, where you hop on the luxury Jungfraujoch Railway train for the last part of the journey. You can visit Jungfraujoch on your own .....– just make sure to book a ticket in advance, especially if visiting in summer. Alternatively, you can join an organized excursion to Jungfrau from a variety of cities in Switzerland. Here are the most popular options for organized Jungfrau tours: Jungfraujoch day trip from Zurich,  Jungfraujoch day trip from Lucerne, or Jungfraujoch visit from Interlaken. For more tips for your visit to Jungfraujoch, please check our practical information section at the end of the article. Show less
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Jungfraujoch
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Jungfraujoch, Switzerland
Jungfraujoch, Switzerland
Jungfraujoch, Switzerland
Jungfraujoch, Switzerland
Jungfraujoch, Switzerland
Europe is home to literally thousands of miles of groomed and off-piste terrain, and several resorts are interconnected by lifts and trails. A multi-resort ski pass like the Dolomiti Superski Pass offers 700 miles of Italian Alpine terrain spread over a dozen resorts. The world’s largest ski area, Les Trois Vallees in France, includes Meribel, Courchevel, Val Thorens and 5 more resorts. The Milky Way Ski Area straddles both France and Italy and let’s you ski and snowboard across actual country borders (and have a French pastry or Italian cappuccino). A .....local ski guide is a very worthwhile extra. An experienced local can take you through little known ski terrain, keep you safe and will have local knowledge on lunch spots and après ski parties. A ski guide in Europe packs a ton of value and can go for as little as 200 euros per day. And at the end of your European ski holiday, you can still have more Europe! Add on a trip extension to an iconic city like Vienna, Frankfurt or Amsterdam, rich in history and culture. Europe ski vacation anyone? Show less
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Zytglogge
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Zytglogge, Switzerland
Zytglogge, Switzerland
Zytglogge, Switzerland
Zytglogge, Switzerland
Time spent: 1 hour The clock tower in the center of the Old Town is one of the most famous attractions of Bern. Switzerland is land known for its time-pieces and visit to this 800-year old Clock Tower (Zytglogge) is worth every traveler’s time. Just three minutes before every hour, there is an entertaining performance of mechanical creatures which include dancing jester, parading bears and a gilded figure named Chronos who flips an hourglass and opens his mouth with each strike of the bell. There are guided tours inside the tower .....that will let you have a look at the clockwork at 2:30 pm daily. And every moment of those 50 minutes is worth your time. The tour not only allows us to observe how this gigantic mechanical clock works but also offers some breath-taking views of the Old Town from the top. Show less
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Fine Arts Museum Basel
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Fine Arts Museum Basel, Switzerland
Fine Arts Museum Basel, Switzerland
Fine Arts Museum Basel, Switzerland
Fine Arts Museum Basel, Switzerland
Fine Arts Museum Basel, Switzerland
Founded in 1963, the Picasso Museum in Barcelona was launched with a donation of 574 works by Picasso’s secretary, Jaime Sabartés. In 1970, Picasso himself donated 800 more pieces to the museum. Some were shocked that those works went to Spain and not France. Picasso’s widow, Jacqueline Roque, also donated 41 ceramic pieces and the early Picasso painting Woman with Bonnet.
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The Olympic Museum
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The Olympic Museum, Lausanne
The Olympic Museum, Lausanne
The Olympic Museum, Lausanne
The Olympic Museum, Lausanne
The Olympic Museum, Lausanne
Most cities can boast a range of museums and galleries, but Lausanne’s are a bit unusual. First up was the Olympic Museum, recently renovated and set along the lakeside. Lausanne is home to the International Olympic Committee after it was moved there by Pierre Coubertin, the French founder of the modern Games, to keep it safe during WWI. The museum takes you through the history of the games, with torches and medals from all the past games as well as simulators so you can give some of the sports a .....try yourself, and  gardens full of sport-inspired sculptures. Then second was the Musée de l’Art Brut. Instead of the usual famous names, in this gallery of ‘outsider art’ the artists and sculptors are psychiatric hospital patients, prisoners or social outcasts – none of whom have had any arts training. And if that’s not enough there’s also the Elysée museum of photography and Hermitage Foundation art museum to visit. Show less
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Swiss National Park
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Swiss National Park, Switzerland
Swiss National Park, Switzerland
Swiss National Park, Switzerland
Swiss National Park, Switzerland
Swiss National Park, Switzerland
The Swiss National Park is the largest nature reserve and only national park in Switzerland. An alpine wonderland, its natural landscape is located at altitudes of 1,400 to 3,200 meters above sea level and nourishes a wealth of alpine fauna and flora. Founded in 1914, it was the first national park in the Alps and Central Europe. It closes in winter, so nothing is allowed to disturb the natural order of the seasons here, providing a stretch of ungroomed landscape that is rare for Europe. Switzerland’s National Park straddles the westernmost .....border of Val Mustair. Photo: Anita Breland Show less
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Golden Pass Railway
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Golden Pass Railway, Switzerland
Golden Pass Railway, Switzerland
Golden Pass Railway, Switzerland
Golden Pass Railway, Switzerland
Golden Pass Railway, Switzerland
Golden Pass Railway, Switzerland
In the morning take the Scenic-Panorama “Golden-Pass”-train ride from Lucerneto Interlaken.  Interlaken (Latin for “between the lakes”) is nestled between two lakes: Lake Thun and Lake Brienz. It also affords a view of the worlds famous Icy Icons: the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. The Jungfrau – Top of Europe – can be reached by train. The tour does not include the tickets for the train journey up to the mountain since it will not be worth going up there if you have bad weather. Even in the summer time there can .....be days with snowfall and fog. However, if the weather is nice we recommend to go – this wonder-world of eternal snow and ice is absolutely stunning. Tickets can be bought right at the Interlaken West Station (where you arrived). Visit the Ice Palace and its sculptures or enjoy the breathtaking views from the Sphinx look-out terrace over the Aletsch Glacier, the longest ice stream in Europe, to the surrounding mountain peaks of the neighboring countries. Show less
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Jardin Anglais
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Jardin Anglais, Switzerland
Jardin Anglais, Switzerland
Jardin Anglais, Switzerland
Jardin Anglais, Switzerland
Jardin Anglais, Switzerland
Translating as the English Garden, this Geneva park at Quai du Général-Guisan is famous for its floral clock. The garden itself dates from 1855 and the Flower Clock was unveiled in 1955. The park is spread over 25,000 square metres and is modelled on an English landscaped garden. The flowers in the clock vary depending on the seasons but it’s always an attractive sight. As you would expect for Switzerland, the time is always right on this clock!
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Eiger
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Eiger, Switzerland
Eiger, Switzerland
Eiger, Switzerland
Visiting the Jungfrau, Switzerland is not only about one mountain. Actually the Mönch (Monk) at 4.107m (13.474 ft), Eiger at 3.967m (13.015ft) and the Jungfrau (Virgin or Maiden) at  4.158m (13.642ft) form a massive wall of stone and ice. It pays off to study at a map so you can recognize the shape of the mountains and their orientation. When we checked into the hotel in Wengen, we checked out the view from our balcony. It took us a little while to realize we could not see all three of .....them. Had we known their shape and location, we would have recognized them earlier on. Tip: Get a map. Just so you recognize the shape of the mountains and it’s fun to see what a long way you need to climb to get there. Show less
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Schynige Platte
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Schynige Platte, Switzerland
Schynige Platte, Switzerland
Schynige Platte, Switzerland
Schynige Platte, Switzerland
Schynige Platte, Switzerland
Schynige Platte, Switzerland
You don’t have enough of mountains yet? The Schynige Platte is another beautiful place that you can easily reach from Interlaken – this time with an old but historic train – which makes the journey even more adorable. The Schynige Platte is an amazing place to hike, slow down and just enjoy the traditions of Switzerland. The Schynige Platte is certainly one of the best things to do in Interlaken in Summer, and you shouldn’t miss it when staying in Interlaken.
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Hotel Central Luzern
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Hotel Central Luzern, Switzerland
Hotel Central Luzern, Switzerland
Hotel Central Luzern, Switzerland
Hotel Central Luzern, Switzerland
Hotel Central Luzern, Switzerland
Hotel Central Luzern, Switzerland
Hotel Central Luzern is a hotel on the southern side of the river only 3 minutes from the train station. The rooms are clean and modern, with a great view of the river and a fantastic spread of breakfast. For a more spacious room, try the Tourist City & River Hotel Luzern on the northwestern side of the old town by the river. And it’s still walking distant to the old town!
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Tourist Information Luzern
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Tourist Information Luzern, Switzerland
Tourist Information Luzern, Switzerland
Tourist Information Luzern, Switzerland
Tourist Information Luzern, Switzerland
Tourist Information Luzern, Switzerland
Tourist Information Luzern, Switzerland
The Visitor Card is issued if you are staying in Lucerne. Visitors make use of the free WiFi spots around the city by using the personal Visitor Card number to sign into the hotspots. The card offers the visitors with numerous benefits on tours and free use of public transport in the city as well as for cableways and museums. More details here. If you looking base yourself in Lucerne then the best location to book accommodation near the Lucerne Train station as most of the things to do in Lucerne are located close .....to the station including the ferry station to Mount Rigi Kulm or Mount Pilatus. Check for other accommodations in Lucerne around the city if you want to stay away from the bustling city center. Have you been to this beautiful city of Lucerne? Do you find it charming enough to add to your bucket list? Share with us your views in comments. Show less
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Magic
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Magic, Switzerland
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Magic, Switzerland
Magic, Switzerland
Magic, Switzerland
Lucerne’s Altstadt (old town) is the most beautiful part of the city set along the shores of the River Reuss. The old town has several medieval buildings and pretty squares dotted with gorgeous fountains. Sauntering around the old town we found several buildings adorned with remarkable colorful frescoes which were an impressive sight to behold though not as extensive as the painted houses of Appenzell in Switzerland. The cobblestone lanes are lined with an array of boutiques, souvenir shops, and cafes.
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Titlis
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Titlis, Switzerland
Titlis, Switzerland
Titlis, Switzerland
Titlis, Switzerland
Titlis, Switzerland
Mount Titlis is a popular family snow resort which offers a unique experience with its revolving cable-car, glacier cave, Ice Flyer Chair Lift, Europe’s highest suspension bridge and ample of snow activities for kids as well as adults. Visitors to Titlis can board a train from Lucerne to Engelberg and from there onwards cablecar ride to the summit of Titlis. Read: Lucerne to Mount Titlis Day Tour.
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Swiss Paragliding & Adventure GmbH | Interlaken
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Swiss Paragliding & Adventure GmbH | Interlaken, Switzerland
Swiss Paragliding & Adventure GmbH | Interlaken, Switzerland
Swiss Paragliding & Adventure GmbH | Interlaken, Switzerland
Swiss Paragliding & Adventure GmbH | Interlaken, Switzerland
Swiss Paragliding & Adventure GmbH | Interlaken, Switzerland
Swiss Paragliding & Adventure GmbH | Interlaken, Switzerland
If you are feeling adventurous and would like to see Lake Annecy from above, then you can even paraglide over the water. Being part of the Alps region and being surrounded by mountains, there are many great launching points for paragliding, and many great local companies looking to take out everyone from beginners to experienced enthusiasts.
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Piz Gloria
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Piz Gloria, Switzerland
Piz Gloria, Switzerland
Piz Gloria, Switzerland
Piz Gloria, Switzerland
Piz Gloria, Switzerland
Do you want to feel like James Bond in one of his movies? Then the Schilthorn is the perfect location for you: It was home to a James Bond movie (On Her Majesty’s Secret Service) and the Schilthorn remained the Bond theme throughout the year, including a museum. If you decide to go to the Schilthorn you will not only feel like Bond but also witness some of the craziest views in whole Switzerland. One of the highlights is the panorama restaurant, which is rotating while you are eating. Like this, you .....can enjoy a 360 degrees panorama view while having some food.eval(ez_write_tag([[300,250],'mscgerber_com-large-leaderboard-2','ezslot_8',108,'0','0'])); To get there, you simply take a train from Interlaken to Lauterbrunnen, from where you can take a bus to the first station of the cable car – which will bring you on top of the Schilthorn in around 30 minutes. Show less
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St Pierre Cathedral
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St Pierre Cathedral, Switzerland
St Pierre Cathedral, Switzerland
St Pierre Cathedral, Switzerland
St Pierre Cathedral, Switzerland
St Pierre Cathedral, Switzerland
St Pierre Cathedral, Switzerland
The Old Town Catherdal is an imposing building on Place du Bourg-de-Four. Construction of St Pierre Cathedral started in around 1160 but the monument has undergone many modifications since then. It has also changed from being a Roman Catholic building to a Reformed Protestant Church. During the Reformation, the Cathedrale St Pierre was the church where John Calvin was based. He was a French reformer who became a theological reformer in Geneva. Climb 157 steps up the church towers for far reaching views of Geneva Lake and le Jet d’Eau. 
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Bernisches Historisches Museum / Einstein Museum
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Bernisches Historisches Museum / Einstein Museum, Switzerland
Bernisches Historisches Museum / Einstein Museum, Switzerland
Bernisches Historisches Museum / Einstein Museum, Switzerland
Bernisches Historisches Museum / Einstein Museum, Switzerland
Bernisches Historisches Museum / Einstein Museum, Switzerland
Bernisches Historisches Museum / Einstein Museum, Switzerland
Einstein’s life and the history of the twentieth century are illustrated through elaborately staged original memorabilia, written records and film documentaries. You can watch animated films, conduct experiments, and experience a virtual journey through the cosmos, explaining Einstein’s revolutionary theories.
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Zurich HB Main Station
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Zurich HB Main Station, Switzerland
Zurich HB Main Station, Switzerland
Zurich HB Main Station, Switzerland
Zurich HB Main Station, Switzerland
Zurich HB Main Station, Switzerland
Zurich HB Main Station, Switzerland
If you’re in Switzerland already, then your best bet to get here is by train. They are expensive, but you get what you pay for: a safe, comfortable ride with some of Europe’s most pristine scenery. Did you download the SBB Mobile app yet? This will help you find the cheapest fares and keep track of delays. I spent more than 2 weeks in Switzerland, thanks in part to the “supersaver tickets” in the app. These tickets allowed me to travel across Switzerland for a fraction of what I paid .....during previous visits in 2014 and 2017. If you’re planning to visit Switzerland for less than 15 days, and value convenience and peace of mind, I recommend getting the Swiss Travel Pass. This has a ton of perks, including unlimited travel across the country, discounts on various attractions and cogwheel trains, and free museum entrances. Additionally, children up to age 5 travel along for free. When you purchase your tickets to Basel, be sure to set the destination as either “Basel SBB” (the central train station) or “Basel Bad Bf” (a station further north). Some trains from Germany and France make a stop in the latter station, so remember to get off there if it’s closer to your accommodation! Show less
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Basel Minster
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Basel Minster, Switzerland
Basel Minster, Switzerland
Basel Minster, Switzerland
Basel Minster, Switzerland
Basel Minster, Switzerland
Basel Minster, Switzerland
Directly in front of the Basler Münster is Münsterplatz, a large square lined with medieval homes. It serves as a popular event space throughout the year, most notably Basel’s annual Christmas Market. In the vicinity, you’ll also find a maze of narrow streets with old buildings that are archetypal of Old Basel. When I stopped by the Basler Münster, people were assembling tents and kiosks for an upcoming event.
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Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
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Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Switzerland
Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Switzerland
Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Switzerland
Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Switzerland
Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Switzerland
Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Switzerland
The city of Basel is located where Switzerland, Germany and France meet. It’s an arts and culture haven, with 40 acclaimed museums, from the renowned Kunstmuseum (Art) to several tiny “pocket” museums. Strolling down a narrow alley, we even spotted a doorway “museum,” with a showcase window packed with small dolls.
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Parc des Bastions
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Parc des Bastions, Switzerland
Parc des Bastions, Switzerland
Parc des Bastions, Switzerland
Parc des Bastions, Switzerland
Parc des Bastions, Switzerland
Parc des Bastions, Switzerland
One of the most well known Geneva landmarks, Reformation Wall can be found in the Parc des Bastions on the edge of the Old Town. Dating from 1909, it is a striking monument to the Reformation’s founding figures: John Calvin, Theodore Beza, William Farel and John Knox.
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Palais des Nations
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Palais des Nations, Switzerland
Palais des Nations, Switzerland
Palais des Nations, Switzerland
Palais des Nations, Switzerland
Palais des Nations, Switzerland
Palais des Nations, Switzerland
Over 100,000 visitors  tour the Palais des Nations each year. The one hour tours are available in over 15 languages if you book in advance. The visits include different rooms depending on the meetings schedule of the United Nations. This may include The Assembly Hall, The Council Chamber where many historic negotiations have taken place and The Human Rights and Alliance of Civilizations Room.
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Le Flon
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Le Flon, Lausanne
Le Flon, Lausanne
Le Flon, Lausanne
Le Flon, Lausanne
Not far from the historic heart of the city is an area firmly in the 21st century – the Flon district. Built in a dip between two of Lausanne’s hills, it started life as the valley of the river Flon but was covered over by warehouses in the 19th century. When they were abandoned in the 1930s, the area ended up as an decaying eyesore with a bad reputation until it was resurrected at the end the 1990s. Old buildings were renovated or torn down and replaced with cutting-edge architecture, .....and the area was filled with a mix of quirky shops, galleries, restaurants and bars. Art and architecture are a big part of the area, from innovative buildings that breathe in and out to regulate their temperature to murals on old warehouses. Check out vintage furniture at interiors store Port Franc, grab a drink under the arches of the old bridge, and finish the night off at cult nightclub Mad, which pulls in visitors from all over the country. Show less
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Le Grütli
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Le Grütli, Lausanne
Le Grütli, Lausanne
Le Grütli, Lausanne
It wouldn’t be right to visit Switzerland without stuffing yourself with cheese and chocolate. We headed to local favourite Café du Grütlí, which has been serving fondue since 1849. Their speciality is a gooey, cheesy concoction that comes with a bag of hot potatoes for dipping and a plate of thinly sliced rare beef. And for hot chocolate visit Le Barbare, a tall old house next to a 13th-century wooden staircase. Their rich, decadent chocolate will give you the energy to tackle Lausanne’s hills. There’s more to Swiss food than .....dairy products though. We tried féra (a lake fish) and Lavaux wine at the Brasserie de Montbenon over lunch with panoramic lake views. Also check out the old town market on Wednesday or Saturday mornings for cured meats, wild mushrooms and piles of fragrant spices. The Places We Love guide (available from the tourist office) has lots more locals’ tips for interesting places to eat, drink and shop in Lausanne. Show less
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Guru Capital SA
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Guru Capital SA, Switzerland
Guru Capital SA, Switzerland
Guru Capital SA, Switzerland
Guru Capital SA, Switzerland
Guru Capital SA, Switzerland
Guru Capital SA, Switzerland
Hi, my name is Samantha, Finance Managing Guru by day, Travel Blogging Enthusiast by... well... day too! Haha! Travelling King is the destination hotspot for the wannabe traveller! Showcasing affordable, luxurious getaways for the budget conscious! With the combination of my financial knowledge and travelling experiences I aim to show you, with a little planning, the right budget and a realistic goal you can fulfil your travel fantasies and explore the world whatever your budget or desires may be!
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Port
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Port, Switzerland
Port, Switzerland
Port, Switzerland
Port, Switzerland
Port, Switzerland
Port, Switzerland
Switzerland was meant for long days exploring, which also means a dead phone battery three hours after leaving your accommodation. If you have the space in your backpack, carry a charged portable power bank to keep your GPS and music source alive all day! Download new playlists, audiobooks and podcasts beforehand, and do not forget your headphones, are some of the recommendations of Carlos Erik Malpica Flores. Are some of the recommendations of headphones,   
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Müstair
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Müstair, Switzerland
Müstair, Switzerland
Müstair, Switzerland
Müstair, Switzerland
The Convent Museum Müstair, located in the fortified Planta Tower of the Convent of Saint John, offers visitors 1200 years of convent, architectural and art history. The Muglin Mall in Santa Maria is a functioning 17th-century mill, a museum of farm implements and the millworks, and a community center. The Müstair Valley museum, Chasa Jaura in Valchava, occupies a traditional house and offers contemporary revolving exhibitions. The Museum 14/18 is a museum (in Santa Maria) and military hiking trail (on the Italian border at Stelvio) dedicated to World War I and one of .....the highest-fought battles of that conflict. Show less
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United Nations Office at Geneva
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United Nations Office at Geneva, Switzerland
United Nations Office at Geneva, Switzerland
United Nations Office at Geneva, Switzerland
United Nations Office at Geneva, Switzerland
United Nations Office at Geneva, Switzerland
Describing Geneva as the world center for peace (headquarters to both the United Nations and the Red Cross) is somewhat an oxymoron. The bouncing, zipping, swishing, racing nerve of the city can infuse energy even in the laziest of tourists. The second gem of from places to visit in Switzerland list, Geneva outdoes its diplomatic image with its warm and welcoming markets, museums and natural landscapes. If you are looking for a good time, it doesn’t get better than Geneva.  
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Valais
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Valais, Switzerland
Valais, Switzerland
Valais, Switzerland
Valais, Switzerland
Valais, Switzerland
Valais, Switzerland
If you are looking for the perfect food and wine weekend in Valais – Michelle Tchea’s Chefs Collective takes you on a lesser known itinerary with design-focused hotels, excellent wine routes and of course traditional food stops to tick off all the great things to do in Valais, Switzerland.  Here are top reasons to visit Valais and yes, it involves loosening your pant buckle and indulging in all that Mother Nature has to offer.
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Lindt Chocolate Shop Kilchberg (Pick-up Station)
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You can’t visit any place in Switzerland and not try some Swiss chocolate. Jungfraujoch is no exception. Lindt Chocolate Heaven is much more than just a chocolate shop. Combining the old-fashioned chocolate making process with interactive displays, it’s a really fun place to see when visiting Top of Europe. Don’t forget to treat yourself to some delicious Lindt chocolate – it melts in your mouth!
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