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Tops Of Switzerland
Tops Of Switzerland
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Interlaken, meaning ‘between the lakes’, is the tourist capital of the Bernese Oberland. As a popular holiday spot it is superbly situated between the lakes of Thun and Brienz, offering a variety of water-based activities during summer, and access to an endless amount of winter sports in the surrounding mountains of the Bernese Alps and its valleys.

Set on the northwestern end of Lake Luzern and surrounded by mountain views, Lucerne is split by the River Reuss. On either side of the river lie atmospheric medieval squares, cobbled alleys, quaint frescoed houses, churches and public buildings. Surprisingly the historic setting attracts many young people, who ensure that nightlife is a lively affair. Just outside the city limits the attractions of every Swiss picture postcard beckon, from alpine villages to meadows where lazy cows toll their bells with the backdrop of snow-covered mountains. There is plenty to enjoy in this tourist city, from taking out a pedalo on the lake, to posing for photographs on the famous wooden Chapel Bridge, exploring museums and admiring the sad Lion Monument carved into a natural rock wall.

Lugano, the largest town in the holiday region of Ticino, is not only Switzerland’s third most important financial centre and a conference, banking and business centre, but also a town of parks and flowers, villas and sacred buildings. With Mediterranean flair, Lugano offers all the advantages of a world-class city, combined with the cachet of a small town.

St. Moritz
St. Moritz is the original Swiss winter resort, an extravagantly fashionable mountain resort world famous for its skiing, fantastic scenery and the social life. Consisting of two villages, St. Moritz-Bad on the lake and St. Moritz-Dorf on the hillside above, its romantic setting in the wildly beautiful corner of the southeastern Swiss Alps is a combination of forests, mountain and lake. It is also the beginning of a fantastic rail journey with the Glacier Express.

The charming town of Zermatt is Switzerland’s best-known ski esort. Nestled on a high plateau, it sits at the foot of the highest and most photographed peak in the country, the Matterhorn at 4,478m. The resort is a picturesque old mountain village with Swiss-style chalets. Zermatt is a world without cars. Electric-cars and horse-drawn sleighs and carriages are the only transport allowed.

Set beneath snow-clad peaks on the shores of a glittering lake, Zurich is the global financial centre of Switzerland and the world's banking capital. The exacting order of the Swiss, with their passion for neatness and precision may create an impression of rather a prim and staid society, but visitors will discover quite the opposite when exploring Zurich's nightlife which has multitudes of bars, clubs and restaurants, as well as a calendar full of street parades and festivals.

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