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The Switzerland tourism industry has grown to a great extent due to the well-developed network of transportation, and the efficient maintenance of all...

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The Switzerland tourism industry has grown to a great extent due to the well-developed network of transportation, and the efficient maintenance of all the tourist spots in Switzerland. Another main reason for the growth in Switzerland tourism is that the place can be visited at any time of the year. Switzerland also serves as a perfect romantic getaway for couples, with its beautiful mountains and lakes. One must have a Switzerland trip guide and a tourist map of Switzerland in order to explore some of the best areas of Switzerland.

Discover some of the reasons Switzerland is a place that you absolutely must visit during your lifetime. Whether it’s the spectacular mountain scenery, the heart-pumping activities or the food that will leave you wanting more, you’ve got to experience them at least once.

Its lonely peak is one of the most spectacular sights in the world and shouldn’t be missed on any trip to Switzerland.

Home to some of the best and most famous ski resorts in the world, Switzerland’s best slopes are easily accessible. While they may not be cheap, they’re a must visit for die-hard skiers, novices and day-trippers alike.

If you want to hang up your skis for a couple of days but want more snow, there are plenty of other options to choose from. Switzerland’s many world-class ski resorts don’t just stop at the slopes and have much more on offer. You can go snow-shoe trekking, tobogganing, take a taxi-ride on a bobsleigh, or go for a good old-fashioned hike through the mountains. It’s one big snowy playground.

Switzerland boasts the most peaks over 4000m in Europe. On a clear day, the Alps offer simply breathtaking views all around you. Almost anywhere you go in Switzerland you’ll be treated to sights that will stay with you for the rest of your life. It’s a photographer’s playground and a nature lover’s paradise.

The Swiss are known for their chocolate for a reason. Many of the world’s best brands started out in Switzerland and in almost every city and town you’ll be able to find a chocolate tasting, or indeed pop into a shop and stuff your bags for the return home.

The Matterhorn, Switzerland's iconic pointed peak is one of the highest At the foot of this mighty peak, lies the charming village of Zermatt, a top international resort with horse-drawn carriage rides, quaint chalets, and world-class restaurants and hotels.mountains in the Alps.
Switzerland isn’t just all mountain tops, it’s also home to some of Europe’s largest and most beautiful lakes. From the vast expanse of Lake Geneva, to the tranquil isolation of the Seebergsee, Switzerland’s lakes offer stunning views, particularly during Summer when you can take advantage to try out sports such as water skiing, diving and rowing.

Jungfraujoch: The Top of Europe - One of the most popular things to do in the beautiful Bernese Oberland is the train journey to Jungfraujoch, the "Top of Europe," with an observation terrace and scientific observatory perched at 3,454 meters. The longest glacier in Europe, the Great Aletsch Glacier begins at Jungfraujoch, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The famous Eiger Trail from the Eiger glacier station to Alpiglen clings to the rocks at the foot of the north face.

Picturesque Grindelwald is a glacier village in the Jungfrau region, which makes a great base for adventures into the surrounding mountains. It nestles at the base of snow-cloaked mountains and is one of Switzerland's oldest and most popular resorts.

Interlaken Nestled between Lake Thun to the west and Lake Brienz to the east, Interlaken is one of Switzerland's most popular summer holiday resorts. In the center of town, Höhematte is a marvel of urban planning with 35 acres of open space.

Lucerne One of the city's most famous landmarks is the Chapel Bridge, built in the 14th century. In a small park, lies the famous Lion Monument, a poignant sculpture of a dying lion, which honors the heroic death of Swiss Guards during the attack on the Tuileries in the French Revolution.

Lake Geneva, Europe's largest Alpine lake, straddles the Swiss/French border, and laps at the shores of some of Switzerland's most popular cities.

On the shores of Lake Geneva, near Montreux, the Chateau de Chillon (Chillon Castle) has inspired artists and writers for centuries.

St. Moritz one of the world's top mountain destinations and a must-have on your list of things to do in Switzerland.

Zurich is Switzerland's largest city, a major transportation hub, and a top starting point for travelers. The city lies at the northwestern end of Lake Zurich astride the river Limmat. Beyond its buttoned-up façade, this affluent banking capital boasts a rich line-up of cultural treasures.

the Rhine Falls (Rheinfall) at Schaffhausen are the largest falls in Central Europe. The best time to visit is during June and July
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