Switzerland

Things to Do & Attractions in Switzerland

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Aare Gorge

The Aare Gorge is a popular tourist attraction near the town of Meiringen in the Bernese Oberland region of Switzerland. Created by glacier runoff 10,000 ...  Read more

Aletsch Glacier

Recognized as the largest glacier in the Swiss Alps, Altesch glacier stretches across nearly 50 square miles of protected mountain terrain. While visitors ...  Read more

Appenzell

4 star rating: Recommended 27 Reviews

The village of Appenzell is the capital of the canton Appenzell Innerrhoden in eastern Switzerland. It is situated in the valley of Sitter, surrounded by ...  Read more

Ariana Museum (Musée Ariana)

In a leafy park along the scenic banks of Lake Geneva is the Ariana Museum–a palatial, three-story mansion home to over 20,000 glass and ceramic objects. The ...  Read more

Bahnhofstrasse

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 2 Reviews

Bahnhofstrasse is the shopping street in Zurich. Running from Bahnhofplatz outside the main train station all the way to the lake, it's full of luxury shops ...  Read more

Ballenberg Open-Air Museum

Acting as a microcosm of Swiss rural tradition and history, Ballenberg Open-Air Museum covers 66 hectares in area and displays a collection of around 100 ...  Read more

Barbier-Mueller Museum (Musée Barbier-Mueller)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 35 Reviews

One of the key attractions of Geneva’s Old Town, the Barbier-Mueller Museum holds the world’s largest collection of non-Western art and artifacts. The core ...  Read more

Basel

Lying mere footfalls from the French and German borders, it’s no surprise that Basel has made a name for itself as a bustling, cosmopolitan city, nestled in an ...  Read more

Baur Foundation (Museum of Far Eastern Art)

It's no coincidence that the Baur Foundation is also Geneva’s Museum of Far Eastern Art (Musée des arts d'Extrême-Orient). The museum boasts over ...  Read more

Bern

Located along a scenic peninsula atop a towering plateau, the idyllic city of Bern is tucked between the Gurten and Bantiger mountains and has been designated ...  Read more

Bern Cathedral (Bern Minster)

The soaring Gothic cathedral that dominates the skyline of Switzerland’s capital city is dedicated to St Vincent, the patron saint of Bern; work began on the ...  Read more

Bernina Express

4.5 star rating: Recommended 982 Reviews

An iconic rail route, soaring over the spectacular Bernina Pass and reaching lofty heights of 2,134 meters, the famous Bernina Express is the only railway ...  Read more

Botanical Garden (Botanischer Garten)

Zurich has two official botanical gardens, both belonging to the University of Zurich. The old one, Arboretum, is now maintained as a park in the city center. ...  Read more

Brienzersee (Lake Brienz)

Tucked between the alpine villages of Brienz and Bönigen, the pristine Lake Brienz makes a prime photo candidate with its backdrop of forested ...  Read more

Brunswick Monument

The Brunswick Monument in Geneva, Switzerland is a mausoleum for Charles II, the Duke of Brunswick. The Duke was an eccentric linguist, musician and horseman ...  Read more

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