For ravishing Alpine scenery and quaint villages oozing storybook charm, it's hard to beat Switzerland.

The Matterhorn

One of the tallest mountains in the Alps is the Matterhorn, the distinctive pointed peak of Switzerland.

 Jungfraujoch: The Top of Europe

With an observation deck and scientific observatory positioned at 3,454 metres, is one of the most well-liked activities.


It is tucked between Lake Thun to the west and Lake Brienz to the east. Höhematte, a 35-acre open space in the middle of the city.


It is a mountainous area enclosing a brilliant blue lake, a mediaeval old town devoid of automobiles, covered bridges, and much more.

Lake Geneva

The coasts of some of Switzerland's most well-known cities are lapped by the waters of Lake Geneva, the biggest Alpine lake in Europe, which shares a border with France.


The Swiss capital of Bern oozes old-world beauty and is built on a peninsula of the River Aare. The city's mediaeval old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Rhine Falls

The Rhine Falls (Rheinfall) in Schaffhausen are the biggest falls in Central Europe, spanning 150 metres.


The largest city in Switzerland, Zurich serves as a significant transit hub and is a popular starting place for tourists.