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MountainTitlis from glacier to lake Mt. titlis and loke trudsee - go where the action is treat yourself to an unforgettable day out with snowslides rowung and kick-scooter -or relax and savour the breathtaking 360° alpine paronama a trip in the ice flyer glacier chair lift a stroll through the Glacier Grocier park fun in the snow slides at the Glacier park : all this and more at 3,000 met... read more
The Chapel Bridge or called Kapellbrücke in German is a covered wooden pedestrain bridge across the Reuss River in the central city of Lucerne.   Built in 1333, Lucerne's main landmark, the Chapel Bridge, features a number of interior paintings dating back in the 17th century.  
In August 1993, the Chapel Bridge was seriously damaged by fire, to be rebuilt within just eigh...
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Staubbach Falls is one of the 72 waterfalls of the Lauterbrunnen Valley and is located right next to further water spectacles such as the Trümmelbach Falls, which are cut into rock. In the summer the latter Falls are accessible by means of a narrow path and a rock balcony. Info panels offer historic and scientific background information on these natural phenomena.
In the summer warm wind...
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Bern Old Town, founded in 1191, rises majestically above a loop in the river Aare, bearing witness to the ambitious scale of urban development in medieval Europe. Declared UNESCO World Heritage in 1983, the Old City delights visitors with its pleasant, relaxed charm.

History
The earliest settlements in the Aare Valley date back to the Neolithic period. During the 2nd century BCE the valley w...
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The Carolingian-era Abbey has existed since 719 and became an independent principality during the 13th century, and was for many centuries one of the chief Benedictine abbeys in Europe. It was founded by Saint Othmar on the spot where Saint Gall had erected his hermitage. The library at the Abbey is one of the richest medieval libraries in the world. Since 1983 it has been a UNESCO World Heritage ... read more
Castels of Bellinzona are considered amongst the finest examples of medieval fortification architecture in Switzerland. As they appear today, the fortifications, whose origins actually go much further back to a prehistoric settlement on Castelgrande hill, are mainly the result of intensive and complex building activity instigated by the Dukes of Milan in the 15th century. The construction of power... read more
Zermatt is surrounded by a range of fabulous mountains, among which the highest of Switzerland: Monte Rosa, but it is famous for the Matterhorn. It was one of the last alpine mountains to be conquered (in 1865), and the first expedition that reached the top ended dramatically (only 3 of the 7 climbers survived).
If you've never experienced a car-free city of any size then Zermatt could be a bit of...
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If you want to discover the dazzling beauty of the Alps, you’ll soon realise that the trip to Gornergrat is a “must- see” excursion. 
Its sunny viewing platform, accessible all year, makes the Gornergrat ridge a top destination, and not just because of its altitude. Surrounded by 29 peaks rising to above 4000 m and by Switzerland’s greatest mountain and second longest ...
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Chateau de Chillon or Chillon Castle is one of Europe's most fascinating attraction in the commune of Veytaux at the eastern end of the lake, 3 km from Montreux, Switzerland. The castle is situated in a unique natural setting by the banks of Lake Geneva, the princely residence of Chillon has inspired the greatest names in literature, such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Victor Hugo and Lord Byron. ... read more
Flowered Garden or Flowered Embankments, Montreux covers about 1-2 kms in length, along the walking street beside Geneva Lake, hightighted at the front of Eden Palace au Lac, the Covered Market/Freddie Muercury, further down the Montreux pier. 
Along this walking street, you will find exotic flowers, palm trees, ice cream shops, restaurants and a magnificent view of the mountain panorama...
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Lavaux coveres 830 hectares of terraced wineyards that strech for about 30 kms along Geneva Lake. It is Switzerland's largest contiguous vineyard area with terrace after terrace offering magificent views.
Although there is some evidence that vines were grown in the area in Roman times, the actual vine terraces can be traced back to the 11th century, when Benedictine and Cistercian monasteries cont...
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Jet d'Eau, the Rade (visible from most of the Lac Léman waterfront) is the highlighted landmark of Geneva. The monumental Jet d'Eau is a fountain of water pumped 140 meters into the air. The spectacular plume was once an occasional pressure release for hydro-power generation on the Rhône River, but people liked it so much that in 1891 the city created a permanent pumped fountain.
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