Switzerland is a small country, its attractions are near each other and can be reached quite easily. Mountain resorts, lakes, forests, castles, museums, and ancient and modern architecture make this federal republic an excellent tourist destination. With its low crime rate, it is also very safe for tourists.
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Switzerland is a small country thus making its attractions near each other and quite easily reachable. Best known for its financial institutions, fine cheeses and chocolatethis federal republic consists of Mountain resorts, lakes, forests, castles, museums, and ancient and modern architecture which make it an excellent tourist destination. it is also very safe for tourists as judged by its low crime rate. Switzerland gets its unique identity and essence from the diversity of the landlocked, mountainous country providing the most wonderful panoramic views of the Alps.
Following are some of the eccentric destination that this lovely country holds:
In Switzerland is the one of the world's most famous mountain The "Matterhorn" rising 4478 meters high. Even though the easiest route to the top is considered a fairly difficult climb, it is still climbed by many climbers each year, and all the faces of the mountain have been ascended in all seasons.
Swiss National Park
The Swiss National Park, founded in 1914, is the oldest and the biggest park in the Alps, covering half the area of Switzerland. The park has different species such as eagles, marmots and elks.
The Chillon Castle
Located near Montreux the Chillon Castle aka the Chateau de Chillon, is one of the most famous castles and one of the best tourist attractions in Switzerland. It consists of 100 buildings, several dungeons, three courtyards and four great halls with each hall providing spectacular views of Lake Geneva. This castle was said to be the home to the Count of Savoys from the 12th to the 14th century.
Located at the base of the Swiss Alps Zermatt is famous for its beautiful ski resort. But it is not just limited to fun of skiing and if you are not interested in skiing then there are several other options for you as well. You can enjoy dining in a gourmand restaurant. There are also markets around the town where you can do a lot of shopping.
The Tropical Alps
The Tropical Alps is adjacent to the Italian border and hosts thousand palm trees from different varieties. Ticino is home to an exceptional variety of landscapes, and offers towering mountains and deep valleys carved by glaciers and rivers in the north, land of the lakes, with clear skies and a mild climate, in central-southern region as well as palm trees with the land filled with serene tranquility in the south. The culture is rich and diverse in this area, and is little known to those who don’t live in Switzerland
One of the largest lakes in all of Europe, a gorgeous destination, Lake Geneva is one of the world's most beautiful lakes that lie between Switzerland and France. 60% owned by Swiss and 40% owned by France. If viewed from above, lake looks like a crescent moon. It also contains the Geneva Jet D’eau a popular fountain and symbolic landmark in Geneva.
Ranging from the more tamed hiking and skiing to adventure sports like paragliding, bungee jumping, or even river rafting the city boasts countless recreational activities for people interested in being active. it is no surprise that most visitors visit this place to explore the great outdoors considering the beautiful scenery that surrounds the area.
One of the oldest metropolises in the city Zurich is 2000 years old town that is rich in history. It is full of trendy cafes, international boutiques, and the hustle and bustle of modern life. Zurich is popular because of its banks, boutiques, cafes and nightclubs especially the world famous Swiss bank.
The Rhine Falls
Located in the town of Schaffhausen are the largest waterfalls in all of Europe, the Rhine Falls. One can take in the stunning sights of these waterfalls from the several viewing platforms, or can take a boat ride around the falls themselves.
This is the longest and most breathtaking glacier in the Alps stretching 23 km long. With Its easy to access entrance, it welcomes tourists with open arms. Registered among one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites this glacier is found in the western-southern part of Switzerland in the Aletsch region.