1. Matterhorn, Zermatt
Zermatt is a small city famous because of its proximity to the mountain of Alp, Matterhorn. Matterhorn lying in the border of Italy and Switzerland is the highest and deadliest peak in Alps. The spot is famous amongst mountaineers and with frequently available cable cars exploring surrounding mountains have become easy. In winter, they enjoy skiing and snow boarding while in summer bunch of hikers explore the high peaks.
Being the Top of Europe, Jungfraujoch becomes one of the major attractions of Switzerlznd. Jungfraujoch region was earlier a spot for adventure seekers only that changed with the procurement of well-connected and accessible railways and roadways. This place is good enough for an adventure seeker as well as someone who prefers serenity. The train journey to the highest mountain station includes attraction like Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau. One of the highest astronomical sighting stations in the world, Sphinx Observatory (Perched at 3,454 Meters) is located here. The picturesque and breath taking view is one never experienced thing for a traveler.
3. The Rhine Falls
Situated in Schaffhausen, The Rhine Falls is the largest waterfall of Europe with a span of 150 meters. June and July are the best times to visit this as the glaciers melt adding volume to the falls. You can enjoy the view from decks, boat trip or even rent a canoe to nearby castles Schloss Laufen and Schloss Wörth. On 1 August (Swiss National Day), the Rhine Falls flaunts a sensational firework display.
Switzerland’s largest city and transportation hub Zurich is one place you can’t miss in your list. Want to know the Swiss culture, history? The city offers 50 Museums and 100 Art Galleries. Europe’s biggest rave party, the street parade is hosted by Zurich and yes now you know it does offer an astonishing nightlife.
Interlaken is popularly known as a tourist resort where you can stay and enjoy scenic beauty of mountains namely the Eiger, the Jungfrau and the Monch. It is also abase camp for outdoor activities for Bernese oberland Alps. Adventurers can enjoy hiking, climbing, kayaking etc.
The lakeside city of Lucerne is beautiful and very popular amongst soloists,conductors and orchestra as it is host to International Music Festival. Chapel Bridge, Lion Monument, Swiss Transport Museum and Rigi are popular attractions of Lucerne.
7. Lake Geneva
Genevais referred as a French speaking “Capital of Peace”. Lake Geneva is nestled between Geneva and Laussane. You can experience a cosmopolitan culture in the city of Geneva.
Lugano is the only city in Switzerland with Italian influence over food, language or culture because of Italy border in South, East and West. The Italian culture is well evident with craving for fine food, Pizzas, Palazzos (Grand Buildings) and architecture.
9. Swiss National Park, Zernez
The only National Park of Switzerland features 170 square kilometers with Glaciers, pastures, pine forests, flower-dotted hollows, shrubs, fast-flowing rivers, and limestone crags. Nature or animal lovers can explore this beautiful place. It is home to more than 5,000 wildlife species including marmot, red deer, chamois, ibex, fox, and more than 100 species of birds.
The Swiss capital of Bern exhibits old world charm andhistory that dates back to 12th century. The medieval old town is a UNESCO world heritage site. Zytglogge, Lauben, Rose Garden, Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern Museum of Art, Bear Park are the top attractions of Bern.