SWITZERLAND TOURISM: PLACES TO VISIT

Experience the magnificent mountain scenery, snowy landscapes, and countless attractions in snow including ultimate winter fantasies with Switzerland tour  packages.

Switzerland
Switzerland

1. ALETSCH GLACIER.
Aletsch glacier is the Alps longest one at a little more than 14 miles in length. Aside from its amazing beauty and size, it is the first designated UNESCO world heritage site.

2. LAKE GENEVA
Lake Geneva holds the distinction of being one of Europe’s largest lakes. It is so large that it is split between Switzerland and France, with Switzerland owning 60% of it.

3. LUZERN
The most famous is the Chapel Bridge, a 204 meter long wooden covered bridge, originally built on 1333, the oldest covered bridge in Europe. The bridge with its Tower is the most famous landmark.

4. MATTERHORN
The Matterhorn is a mountain of Alps, straddling the border between Switzerland and Italy. It has become an ironic emblem of the Swiss Alps. Considering the end of the 19th century, when railways were built in this area, it has increasing number of visitors and climbers.

5. RHINE FALLS
Rhine falls are the largest waterfalls in Europe. Boat trips are taken to Rhine falls in any Switzerland tour package. It was formed in the last iced age, approximately 14000 to 17000 years back.

6. SWISS NATIONAL PARK
Swiss national park has an area of 174. 2 kms and is the largest protected area of the country. It was discovered on 1st August 1914, the national holiday of Switzerland.

7. THE OLYMPIC MUSEUM
The Olympic museum is located at Ouchy. The museum contains highly interactive and informative exhibits. It is organised in 3 major themes on three separate floors: The Olympic World, The Olympic Games and The Olympic Spirit.

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