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Switzerland

Switzerland is a small but perfectly formed country that manages to squeeze magnificent mountain vistas, twenty-six cantons (regions), four national languages and one of the most efficient rail networks in the world into it. The rolling hills dotted with wooden chalets, snowy peaks, dramatic waterfalls and mountain fringed lakes of Switzerland are all accessible by train. There's plenty to do in Switzerland — take the famous Glacier Express route from Zermatt to St Moritz, see fields of wild flowers along the Golden Pass or climb up to ‘the top of Europe’ at the continent’s highest station near the peak of the Jungfrau Mountain. Relax in the lakeside destinations of Lucerne, Lugano and Lausanne. Visit the impressive art galleries in Zürich or head into the mountains with a visit to Chur, the oldest city in Switzerland or St Moritz, one of snow sports’ spiritual homes.

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Basel

With the River Rhine curving through it, Basel is a beautiful historic city. One of the most cultural centres in Switzerland, the city is also the most linguistically diverse, thanks in part to its position on the border of France and Germany. Explore the historic...

Bellinzona

Surrounded by the forested mountains of the Saint Gotthard Massif and dominated by three medieval hilltop castles, Bellinzona is a stunning city with an Italian flavour. The capital of the Ticino canton in Switzerland, the city boasts an Alpine backdrop and great...

Brig

Sitting amidst the towering mountains and meandering rails of the Simplon Pass in Switzerland, Brig is a picturesque little town that delivers big on natural beauty. Wander through the pretty old quarter, visit the Stockalper Palace, one of the most important Baroque...

Chur

Dating back 5,000 years, Chur is one of Switzerland’s oldest cities. It is also one of the most breathtaking, situated in a deep valley and encircled by towering, icing sugar-sprinkled peaks, deep in the country’s Graubünden region. The city boasts an attractive,...

Flims

A historic resort town in the Graübunden area of Switzerland, Flims is a scenic retreat and a great base for exploring the surrounding Swiss regions. Come here for skiing and winter sports during the season and great hiking opportunities during the summer.

Geneva

Geneva

The world’s peace capital, Geneva is a Swiss city nestled on the banks of the sparkling lake of the same name. Historically, Geneva has been the headquarters of numerous international organisations, and still maintains a reputation for commerce and diplomacy. Not to be...

grindelwald

Grindelwald

Nestled in a valley in the Bernese Oberland region of Switzerland, Grindelwald is a winter ski resort and a haven for hikers during the summer. From here, you can take the train via Kleine Scheidigg and through the Eiger Mountain, up to the highest station in Europe at...

Interlaken

Meaning ‘between lakes,’ the clue to Interlaken’s spectacular beauty is in the name. Embracing the valley between the emerald lakes of Thun and Brienz, the traditional timber houses and verdant countryside of the city bask in the shadow of the icing-sugar dusted...

Jungfraujoch

At an elevation of 3,466 metres above sea level, and connecting 4,000 metre peaks Jungfrau and Mönch, respectively, Jungfraujoch in Switzerland is known as the “Top of Europe” and as such, boasts some of the most impressive views on Earth. A highlight of any Swiss...

Lausanne

Embroidering the shores of sparkling Lake Geneva, a visit to French-speaking Lausanne is an adventure in charm and elegance. Aesthetics abound in this former-fishing village, from the shimmering stained glass windows of the Cathedral and the neo-Renaisannce...

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