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The Switzerland's spectacular pointed peak is one of the highest mountains in the Alps. Borders with Italy, this legendary peak rises to 4,478 meters, and its four steep faces lie in the direction of the compass points.
Wonder a glittering blue lake surrounded by mountains, a car-free medieval old town, covered bridges, waterfront walkways, historic buildings, and sun-splashed plazas with bubbling fountains. No wonder Lucerne is famed for its music concerts, this quintessential Swiss town lures renowned soloists, and orchestras to its annual International Music Festival.
Geneva is a city in the heart of Switzerland. The center of diplomacy, business and luxury, whicsh is equally rich in history. The country has always been a melting pot for various European cultures French, Italian and Germans.Being a mega Swiss metropolitan Geneva offers various leisure options that attracts visiting feets and it won't dissappoint nature enthusiasts as it is surrounded by lakes and high rise mountains which is a complete package your adventures in the Swiss alps.
A tour to Geneva is not complete without mentioning of The Lake Geneva (Lac Léman). Its the centre attraction of the city, surrounded by beautiful mountains, and has beautiful passage for a soothing walk or cycle around all seasons of the year. it offers a wide variety of water sports such as tubing, jet skiing and boat rides in summers.
St. Peter's Cathedral
The Old Town also has other treasures on offer such as Saint Peter’s Cathedral which lies at the heart of the Old Town. An One of the major marvels of architectural beauty is this that stands tall in the heart of the the town, it took several hundred years to build and is almost a thousand years old.
If you are a history and culture enthusiast then the city has plenty of museums to explore from. There is the famous Musee des Arts d’Extreme-Orient which houses arts from Japan and Chinese soil. Moreover one shouldn't miss the Barbier-Mueller Museum.
The Swiss capital of Bern on the peninsula of the River Aare emanates old world charm, and the city's medieval old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Walking along the streets, one can explore the tallest cathedral in Switzerland, and enjoy the panaromic landscapes from its elevated viewpoints at the tower. The medieval clock tower with moving puppets; and several kilometers of shopping arcades and can enjoy beautiful views of the Rose Garden. Bern is famous for its museums, and the impressive galleries,including the Zentrum Paul Klee, the world's largest collection of works by famous artists, and the Bern Museum of Art (Kunstmuseum). Families will also enjoy a visit to the Bear Park.
Zurich is Switzerland's largest city, a major transportation hub, and a top starting point for travelers. The city lies at the northwestern end of Lake Zurich astride the river Limmat. Beyond its buttoned-up façade, this affluent banking capital boasts a rich line-up of cultural treasures. A great place to begin a walking tour is the cobbled streets of the Old Town with its quaint shops, cafés, and galleries. Mile-long Bahnhofstrasse, one of Europe's finest shopping strands, beckons with designer stores selling fashion, watches, and jewelry.