Switzerland, the dream holiday
Switzerland is the heaven of tourists. From glaciers to mountain peaks, this tiny country has a tot to offer. The natural landscapes here are beautiful at any time. But winter makes Switzerland more beautiful with snow-capped mountains. Here is the never miss list from Switzerland
Switzerland’s most famous Alpine peak. It is situated at a height of 4,478 meters. Mountain restaurants, skiing, surrounding village experience, Matterhorn Museum, which offers insight into the development of Zermatt are the main attractions here.
Chateau de Chillon ,Montreux
Chateau de Chillon (Chillon Castle) is a small island castle situated on the banks of Lake Geneva. For about four centuries, it served as the residence of Counts of Savoy. Chateau de Chillon consists of 25 building and three courtyards and is accessible by boat, bus or foot from the town of Montreux. 14th century painting, furniture and architecture inside, and a beautiful conversation with nature outside made this place the most visited historic monument of Switzerland.
Swiss National Park, Zernez
Switzerland’s only national park is part of UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. is a spectacle not to be overlooked. It has 172 square kilometres of protected area. From snow-encrusted glaciers, verdant pastures, waterfalls to lush woodlands, make it a top place to see in Switzerland. A total of 21 hiking routes through the park, give visitors a chance to glimpse its magnificent scenery. It is home to rare golden eagles, chamois, ibexes and marmots that call it home. The park is easily accesible from Zernez, S-chanf and Scuol.
Lake Geneva and surrounding cities
Touched by cities Geneva on the west and Lausanne on the east is Lake Geneva, the 582 square kilometre lake. The lake is a great starting point to explore Canton Vaud’s wineries, Jura Mountains etc. Vineyards spread from lake to hillside, giving a rare glimpse into the world of Swiss wines. Geneva is the centre of at least 200 international organisations including the United Nations. Jet d’Eau fountain, enchanting museums and gourmet restaurants are the main attractions in Geneva.
Bern, the capital city of Switzerland, is a well preserved historical center. Its Old town is UNESCO World Heritage Site. Narrow cobble stoned streets, numerous fountains and entrenchments are Bern’s unique features.
The Rhine Falls
The Rhine Falls, Europe’s largest waterfall, is one of the natural wonders of Switzerland. Visitors can watch the spectacle from several viewing decks. There are two castles nearby, namely Laufen and Wörth. People can rent their own canoes and travel these castles.