Monday, January 25, 2021

What to do in Switzerland

Everyone knows the majestic mountains, the chocolate, the Swiss watches or the quality of life that characterizes the cities present throughout the Swiss territory, but few know the many curiosities about Switzerland. It is a nation that hides many secrets inside, and we are not talking about banking secrets, but about very special traditions and stories that probably even the most hardened Swiss people do not know. The natural landscapes that follow one another in Switzerland are a spectacle, for tourists and inhabitants, to be enjoyed in any season of the year.

Connect to nature

From the Alps to the Matterhorn to the Jura mountains, it’s no secret that Switzerland is full of incredible peaks. But it is also filled with glowing lakes, vast valleys and more than 72 stunning waterfalls. In addition to the famous Rhine Falls on the border with Germany, we recommend you see the Staubbach Falls in Lauterbrunnen and the nearby Trümmelbach Falls. The Giessbach Falls, along Lake Brienz, offer a breathtaking spectacle (or swim). The Swiss landscape is like a playground and the wilderness begs to be explored. Fortunately, there is no shortage of trails to enjoy it all. In fact, Switzerland is home to 40,000 miles of incredible hiking trails. Whether you prefer suspension bridges, panoramic mountain views, lakeside villages, animal encounters or culinary crusades, there is a Swiss excursion for you. The Eiger Trail, the Five Lakes Walk in Zermatt and the Lavaux Vineyard Terraces Swiss Wine Route are great for beginners.

Go on the track

You don’t have to go up to enjoy the views from the peaks of Switzerland. And if it’s a means to an end or part of the itinerary, traveling by train is the best way to get around. There are 46 different railway companies and more than 3,100 miles of track. Each works extremely punctually and efficiently, and tickets are easy to purchase. The Bernina Express crosses canton Graubünden, the Golden Pass from Lucerne to Montreux, the Chocolate Train between Montreux and Broc, and the seven-hour Glacier Express from Zermatt to Davos or St. Moritz are fan favorites, but there are plenty of epic rides to choose from. Panoramic glass windows and slower travel speeds make it easy to soak up the views. If you’re planning on doing a few different rides, consider the Swiss Travel Pass, which includes rail, road and river access. For the final ride, head to Jungfraujoch, also known as the Top of Europe. Located 11,000 feet above sea level, it is the continent’s highest railway station. There is an ice palace, snow playground, and observation deck at the top. And thanks to the altitude, you’re guaranteed to see snow no matter what time of year you go.

Book a tour

Booking a luxury tour in Switzerland is essential if you want to enjoy your holiday in Switzerland, one of the best sites to book a luxury tour in Switzerland is this https://www.swissepictours.com/. Some really beautiful tours you will find on this site are the heart of the bernese alps tour is really beautiful and this is just one of the many tours you will find.

Visit the capital – Bern

A good place to start your sightseeing experience would be Bern, the capital. Located on the Aare River in Northern Switzerland, so that you are planning your trip during the summer, you should definitely go swimming in the crystal clear waters while enjoying the urban landscape and savoring the urban atmosphere. After cooling off in the river, you can go and explore the impressive medieval architecture, much of which has been listed by UNESCO since 1983. Bern is often called the “City of Fountains”, and owes its title to more than 100 fountains located on the streets and squares of the city decorated with historical figures and statues dating from the 16th century. In the city center, you can find many bars and restaurants where you can take a short stop and taste traditional Swiss cuisine that practically brings the influence of the different regional cuisines, from French, German and Italian. Before you leave, be sure to pay a visit to the botanical garden where a bear family lives.

Conquer Matterhorn and Ruinaulta

For all those who love nature, Matterhorn mountain is definitely the place not to be missed. This pyramid is one of the most photographed mountains in the world and the most famous peak in the Alps. With a height of 4,478 meters and a wide range of activities for tourists and local people in search of adventure. The paradise of the Matterhorn glacier is the highest summer ski region in Europe and is open 365 days a year. If you prefer to go hiking, you will enjoy a peaceful and quiet landscape with a view of the Alpine panorama. Also, did you know that the Matterhorn mountain is featured on the famous Toblerone chocolate? Another famous natural phenomenon is the Ruinaulta – Swiss Grand Canyon, which can be reached on foot, by water, by train or by bicycle. It is heavily wooded with the Rhine River flowing deep through the gorge. The Rhaetian Railway crosses the canyon, where adventurers enjoy rafting and observers head to the “il Spir” viewing platform. The Rhine Gorge region is an ideal place for hikers, cyclists, rafters, canoeists and explorers.

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