Lucerne is famous for its music festivals, which feature renowned soloists at the annual International Music Festival in the Culture and Convention Center.
Many people come to visit the Jungfraujoch with great pleasure. with its incredible journey to the top.
High rock walls and numerous waterfalls make the small town serve as a transit town for Mürren, Wengen, Jungfraujoch and Schilthorn.
As the largest city in Switzerland, Zurich, a central transport hub, is loved by people from all over the world.
Situated on a peninsula of the Aare River, the Swiss capital of Bern oozes old-world charm, and the city's medieval old town is a renowned UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Interlaken is located in the south-west of the country, between Lake Thun to the west and Lake Brienz to the east.
The city of Geneva is situated among beautiful snow-capped peaks at the point where the Rhône empties into Lake Geneva, Europe's largest alpine lake, straddling the Swiss/French border.
For great nightlife, Switzerland's number one resort for glitz and glamor is St. Mortis. A variety of exciting activities in St. Moritz.
Zermatt is, in itself, an excellent destination, especially when you consider the slopes of the Matterhorn that make this destination so unique.
While remaining quintessentially Swiss while maintaining a decidedly Mediterranean flair, Lugano attracts many visitors and Swiss.