Snow covered mountains, lakes, skiing, walking tracks, tunnels, scenic train journeys, water falls, cruises are generally associated with Switzerland. It is also famous about chcolates, cheese, clocks etc.
PLACES TO VISIT:
- Lion Monument: the crying lion of Lucerne is one of the world’s most famous monuments. It was sculptured out of rocks in memory of the heroic deaths.
- KappelBrucke Bridge: constructed in the first half of the 14th Century as a part of city’s fortifications. The paintings illustrate scenes of Swiss and local history.
- Interlaken :
- Jungfrau: mountain excursion to the top of Europe for an encounter with snow and ice.
- Trummelbach Falls: the impressive glacier falls, deep inside the mountain.
- Jungfrau Park: Jungfrau Park is an amusement park located near Interlaken. The park consisted of seven pavilions, each of which investigated one of the great “mysteries” of the world.
- Clock Tower – Zeitglockenturm: the clock tower was Bern’s first western city gate and formed the boundary of the first city extension.
- City of Fountains: there are over 100 fountains in Bern, out of which 11 of them feature the original statues with their beautiful allegorical figures.
- FraumunsterChurch: overlooking the historic old square of Munsterhof, its chief attractions are the five beautiful stained glass windows.
- The Swiss National Museum: housed in castle like building with a distinct tower, the Swiss National Museum provides an engaging look at Swiss culture and history.
- Rhine Falls: it is the largest waterfall in Europe.
- Flower clock: it is a symbol of Geneva watch industry, the famous floral clock, located at the edge of the JardinAnglais since 1955.
- Cruises of lake Geneva: the lake of Geneva, nestled admits the Alps, is a true island sea making possible a wide range of cruises to enjoy the beauty around and the dramatic scenery.