25 Best Things to Do in Switzerland in 2024


Are you heading to one of the most gorgeous countries in the world – yes, of course, we are talking about Switzerland – and wondering about the best things to do in Switzerland? Then read on to find out about what to do in Switzerland – here I share my favorite activities along with many travel tips.

Without a doubt, Switzerland has a lot to offer. Most know about the stunning nature – including the mountain ranges of the Alps – colorful small towns, vibrant cities, traditional Swiss villages, waterfalls, and of course, pristine lakes wherever you look.

Though I have been to Switzerland numerous times and have traveled to many parts, the country still amazes me every single time – and today, I am sharing my favorite Swiss activities tips for your Switzerland itinerary.

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Grand Tour of Switzerland, phioto op in Engadin


Before talking about the top things to do, here are some quick travel tips.

  • Switzerland is located in Europe, but it is not part of the European Union (EU). So citizens from EU countries might have to pay customs when shopping in here.
  • There are four official languages in Switzerland: Most Swiss (about 62%) speak German (north and east), while the southwest speaks French (about 23%), and Italian (about 8%) is the main language in the southern part of Switzerland. Some people speak Romansh (about 0,5%). However, many people speak (basic) English (at least in the areas with tourists).
  • Swiss Francs (CHF) is the main currency. I recommend having some Swiss Francs with you at all times, though Euros are accepted in many shops as are credit cards (though American Express is accepted in fewer shops).
  • Yes, Switzerland is expensive, so check out the post on “how to save money in Switzerland.”
  • Water in Switzerland is drinkable from the tap. There are also many water fountains offering fresh water (so always have an empty bottle with you to refill), and it is actually delicious.
  • Switzerland has an amazing public transportation system – you can get to the most remote areas by just using public transportation (seriously, there are just a few exceptions). It is reliable, punctual, and clean. It is not cheap, though, but if it is your only means of getting around, then I recommend using the Swiss Travel Pass that is only available for tourists.
  • Road-tripping in Switzerland is amazing, too. Check out my road trip tips for Switzerland, and check out my post on things to know when driving in Switzerland.
  • Walking and hiking in many parts of the country is a great way to get around – at least for short distances.
  • Switzerland is a very safe country. I, personally, never take any extra precautions and actually tend to be less cautious than in Germany. However, I am careful, and I always exercise common sense.
  • Best time to visit SwitzerlandSwitzerland is a great destination for any time of the year. However, if you are into skiing and other winter sports, naturally, winter in Switzerland is the best time to visit (though you can also do winter sports in some parts of Switzerland throughout the year). Summer is a very popular time to visit, though rain and cold days are not uncommon, even in July/August. Winter and summer are the most expensive times in terms of accommodations, so visiting in fall or spring might be great choices, as well. I loved visiting in mid-October – fall is actually my favorite travel season. I probably would avoid November and also March and April.
  • Here are more Switzerland travel tips.
  • Where to Stay: Here are my favorite areas and hotels to stay in Switzerland.
Where to stay in Switzerland


Okay, here are some fun activities in Switzerland (in random order).

Chasing Waterfalls

Switzerland – home of dazzling Alps, world-class chocolate, and… waterfalls? Yes indeed! From thundering cascades to serene streams, the Swiss countryside is teeming with beautiful (and powerful!) waterfalls.

Where to go in Switzerland - see the Rhine Falls
There are many, many waterfalls in Switzerland. Here are some of my favorites.

The Rhine Falls, one of Switzerland’s main tourist attractions, located in Neuhausen/Schaffhausen and close to the German border, is worth a visit. I love the Giessbach Waterfalls at Lake Brienz (find out more about the hotel with a waterfall room view). 

The Staubbach Waterfalls are another famous choice in Lauterbrunnen and the Trümmelbach Falls

👉🏽 Check out my Waterfalls in Switzerland post for more tips.

Visit Cities

Switzerland might not be the most famous for fun cities, but there are actually some beautiful cities to add to your 5 days in Switzerland.

From the vibrant city of Zurich to Geneva, Switzerland is filled with fascinating cities. Whether you explore its cobblestone streets or take in the stunning views of the Swiss Alps, you’ll find plenty to do in each of Switzerland’s unique cities.

Bern from Rosengarten with Arzo Travels

My favorite city is Zurich. There are many cafes and (vegetarian) restaurants, good clubs, and plenty of shopping options (the Bahnhofstrasse is the most expensive shopping street in the world).

Geneva is the city to see if you are interested in learning about international politics (the United Nations has one of its main offices in Geneva, and the International Red Cross Committee is based there).

Basel is the art city in Switzerland. You cannot go wrong with visiting if you love old towns or enjoy museums of all kinds. Bern is one of the most beautiful capitals in the world. It is located near Zurich and makes a perfect day trip to see bears (yes) and explore the old town.

Lugano is a gorgeous city in the Italian-speaking canton of Ticino. Last but not least: Lucerne is one of the most beautiful cities in the country. It is surrounded by stunning scenery and beautiful Lake Lucerne.

Explore Towns

When in Switzerland, you must visit at least a handful of cute, colorful, and medieval towns in Switzerland. Compared to many other sights and landmarks in Switzerland, it seems the towns are going under the radar! 

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In Switzerland, each town has its own charm, and they are indeed very different and unique. 

Schaffhausen is one of the most colorful towns in Switzerland. It is located near the Rhine Falls and makes a perfect day trip from ZurichThun is one of the most beautiful towns. It has a really pretty market square and beautiful castles to visit.

Zermatt is probably one of the most famous places in Switzerland. Though the town center is really tiny, it is worth seeing at any time of the year (so it is not only a perfect winter destination). 

Rapperswil is a rather unknown place located on the shores of Lake Zurich. This small town is a perfect stop if you do a Lake Zurich boat cruise.

Stein am Rhine offers striking architecture – one of the most unique and impressive buildings are here in the northern part of the country. 

Solothurn is a hidden gem in Switzerland. Rarely visited by international visitors, it has a very special charm. Montreux does not feel like really a town or a city- it is more like a promenade with tons, tons of flowers on the shores of beautiful Lake Geneva.

Discover Villages

After adding towns and cities to your list, do not forget to visit the cute little villages that make up Switzerland´s charm.

Staubbach Waterfall in Lauterbrunnen

There are plenty of lovely villages, and you´ll surely stumble upon some eventually, but instead of relying on stumbling upon some eventually, make sure to plan in some time for those cute villages.

Lauterbrunnen is known as THE outdoor place for adrenaline junkies in Switzerland. However, it is also a beautiful village with tons of activities for people of all ages and fitness levels. Appenzell is another gorgeous gem with colorful buildings and interesting buildings.

Mürren is one of the car-free villages that you can only visit via hiking or by using the cable car. This makes it a quite tranquil place (if it wasn’t for the visitors) for people of all ages.

Grindelwald is a perfect village to visit in winter – but it is not only a perfect ski resort but also a very cute town with amazing views of the Swiss Alps.

Go Hiking

If you want to do something locals do, you have to hike in Switzerland.

Switzerland, the home of chocolate and cheese – and some of the best hiking in the world! If you’re looking for a unique outdoor experience that is sure to take your breath away (literally!), then hiking in Switzerland should be top of your list. From stunning mountain peaks and lush meadows to crystal-clear lakes and dramatic waterfalls, Switzerland has something for everyone.

With well-maintained trails and breathtaking views, you can explore all that the country has to offer with ease. Plus, there’s plenty of local cuisine and culture to enjoy along the way.

Wildsee Lake Pizol from Wangs
Wildsee Lake Pizol

I used to hate hiking – and then I hiked in Switzerland. And my world turned upside down. Hiking here is the next level – do not get me wrong, I am still no expert. But you cannot experience hiking here with hiking in other parts of the world.

Check out my post with tips for hiking in Switzerland. luckily, Switzerland has hiking trails for each person and there is no shortage of opportunities.

Flims is the perfect place to hike for beginners – and though it is an easy hike, you will see three amazing places along the hike.

Ebenalp and Aescher is another easyish hike (though quite steep) and perfect if you want to see the famous mountain restaurant. The Lake Oeschinen hike is probably one of the most iconic hikes in the country – and after doing it myself, I can say the views are worth it. My favorite hike in Switzerland was probably hiking around Gelmerse – it is a beautiful hike and still a little gem.

 The Pizol hike is one of the top hikes in the country – after I hiked it myself, I can see why! Check out my guide with the best hikes in Switzerland to find out more.

Do Boat Tours

If you’re looking for a unique way to explore Switzerland, look no further than a boat cruise! 

Boats offer the perfect way to take in the breathtaking scenery and get up close and personal with this majestic land. Plus, with so many different types of boats to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect vessel for your journey. 

My addiction to boat tours is probably not normal. However, I cannot imagine that anyone would NOT LIKE a boat cruise on one of Switzerland’s beautiful lakes. 

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I have done so many on so many occasions, but I will likely never get enough of them – and that is for many reasons. There are many great (literally) lakes in Switzerland, and boat tours are possible on basically all of the bigger lakes.

My favorite boat cruises are the ones on Lake Brienz – there are many fun stops along the way Another top thing to do in Switzerland is to hop on a Lake Thun cruise – plan in a full day for that tour to get out at many stops and see what the shores of Lake Thun have to offer. 

Lake Lucerne (or Vierwaldstättersee in German) is also perfect for long boat cruises – plan in enough time to hop off some stops like Weggis or Vitznau.

 If you do a 2-hour boat trip tour on Lake Zurich, you can get off in beautiful Rapperswil and spend a few hours there before heading back.

Lake Geneva is awesome, AND there are little lounges in the first class – so perfect for a nice nap as well. I recommend planning in 1 day so you can hop off in Nyon and Montreux.

Discover Lakes

Aside from the mountains, the lakes are the most stunning things that Mother Nature has created in Switzerland.

From turquoise alpine waters to picturesque lakefront promenades, these crystal-clear lakes will have you itching to jump in. So grab your map and get ready to discover some of the most beautiful lakes in Switzerland!

Beautiful Caumasee in Graubünden - Switzerland where to go
Beautiful Caumasee in Graubünden

You´ll find every lake color you can imagine. 

A few more lakes that I absolutely love are Lungernsee and Zugersee. Though they are not that famous, they are stunning. If you like to have a lake almost all to yourself, I recommend Lake Sufers. I never fail to have a break when I travel from Zurich to the Italian-speaking part (apart from some fishers, I rarely see any soul at all). 

Some lakes are located in a park and come with an entry fee (Blausee, Lake Cauma, Lake Cresta), but most are free to visit.

Lake Oeschinen is often considered the most beautiful lake in the country.

Blausee is one of the smallest lakes mentioned here, yet its color is so unique that it is a top lake in Switzerland. 

Lake Maggiore is a gorgeous lake in the southern part of Switzerland. Lake Cauma (which you can see in the picture above) is one of the most beautiful lakes and yet not that popular with international visitors.

Check out my guide on the prettiest lakes in Switzerland.

Hop on a Train

While it often scares me to embark on a train in many other parts of the world (thinking about Germany in particular), train travel in Switzerland is fun and one of my favorite Swiss activities. 

Train rides in Switzerland offer some of the most breathtaking scenery you’ll ever experience! From towering mountains to picturesque valleys and alpine lakes, there is no shortage of stunning landscapes to take in. The Swiss Rail network is punctual and efficient, taking you safely and quickly from one location to another. 

Bernina Express in Switzerland in the winter, Valposchiavo
The first time I traveled from Zurich to Lugano 14-15 years ago, I was awestruck. The scenery is one of a kind, and ever since then, train travel has been an awesome activity in Switzerland. I recommend getting a Swiss Travel Pass and exploring Switzerland by train.

Bernina Express is probably my favorite train ride (in summer and winter), and this is when train riding becomes phenomenal. It takes you from Chur in Switzerland to Poschiavo and then even to Tirano in Italy by crossing the Swiss Engadin Alps.

Glacier Express is the slowest express train in the world – but with that window views, you will be in no rush: It connects Zermatt and St. Moritz via Andermatt in the central Swiss Alps. Golden Pass Line is another amazing train ride experience taking you from Lucerne to Montreux.

Here are my favorite train rides in Switzerland.

  • Check out prices for a Swiss Travel Pass – on some panorama trains you have to pay a reservation fee, however, most train rides are free and so are boat cruises and some mountain excursions.

Road Tripping

This is not a contradiction – road tripping through Switzerland is as much fun as train travel, and I would rather bite my tongue than choose one mode of transport over the other. 

If you’re looking for a road trip that will take your breath away, Switzerland is the perfect destination. With its stunning mountain passes, lush green valleys, and old-world charm, Switzerland has something to offer everyone.

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The Grand Road Tour gives ideas on where to drive and which places are the most scenic – each route has its own charm, and while I am – normally – not the biggest fan of driving, I cannot wait for my next Switzerland road trip.

Driving around Lake Lucerne (Axenstraße) and the way from Lucerne to Weggis and Vitznau has always been a pleasure. In Interlaken, it is around Lake Thun that makes any road trip lover happy. Many, many mountain passes are so much fun to drive (including Furka Pass, and Susten Pass).

The Italian-speaking part of Switzerland is also awesome, though a bit more difficult to drive. I loved the route from Locarno to Valle Verzasca the most. Check out my quick guide on driving in Switzerland.

Visit Museums in Switzerland

If you’re looking for a unique way to explore Switzerland, then why not check out some of its renowned museums? Whether you’re interested in art, history, or science, there are plenty of options to choose from.

You can choose from more than 900 museums to visit in Switzerland – they are not only a great place to visit on a rainy day. 

Basel where to in Basel, Switzerland
If you prefer to spend your time outdoors, you could visit the Ballenberg Museum in the Jungfrau/Interlaken region, one of Switzerland’s main tourist attractions.

Basel is the best city to go to if you are interested in museums and art – find out more about Basel here. In Lucerne, you will find the most visited Swiss museum – the Swiss Museum of Transport.

Check out my post on the best museums in Switzerland here.

See Vineyards

One of the best things to do in Switzerland is…to enjoy the gorgeous vineyards.

The country boasts a wealth of vineyards and wineries, perfect for any kind of wine-lover – whether you’re an experienced taster or just starting in the world of vino. 

Visit local wineries and sample their wares. And here is the thing: I do not drink wine, but for me, it is all about the spectacular scenery. The rolling hills and stunning lakes of Switzerland make for a gorgeous backdrop.

Vineyards along Lake Geneva a top thing to do in Lausanne

You´ll find vineyards in many parts of Switzerland, and the most beautiful and biggest is probably in the area of Montreux and Lauvaux (views on Lake Geneva are inclusive). 

Do Some Winter Sports

The winter season in Switzerland is the perfect time to go on a winter sports adventure! From alpine skiing and snowboarding to sledding and curling – there’s something for everyone. Plus, Switzerland is home to some of the best ski resorts in Europe, so you’re sure to find something that suits your level of expertise.

You can try some of the more unique winter sports like snowkiting or paragliding. 

I only have had one winter sports holiday. Guess in which country I tried all those different winter sports? Of course, it was in Switzerland.

First ski experience in Verbier, Switzerland

Some places allow winter sports even in the summer – Jungfraujoch or Klein Matterhorn have winter sports activities of all kinds. In the winter, Switzerland becomes the dream destination for ski lovers with great places to ski all over the country.

St. Moritz is one of the top winter sports destinations in Europe (if not in the world) Another top destination for winter sports is Verbier. Of course, Zermatt is another place to go to if you want to hit the slopes.

The Jungfrau Region, which also includes areas like Grindelwald, is also a top place for winter sports. Click here for the best places to ski in Switzerland.

Walk Over Suspension Bridges

Switzerland´s suspension bridges are among the most impressive engineering feats of all time. They look beautiful and also provide a safe and efficient way to cross deep valleys and gorges in the Swiss Alps.

One of the most impressive suspension bridges in Switzerland is the Charles Kuonen Suspension Bridge. Spanning an incredible 494 meters, it’s the longest pedestrian-only suspension bridge in the world and provides breathtaking views as you cross over some of Switzerland’s most stunning valleys.

Trift Bridge in Grimselwelt as a main place near Interlaken with Arzo Travels

The Trift Suspension Bridge has probably been the scariest bridge ever that I have crossed. Check out my detailed post on Trift Bridge. The Handeckfall Bridge is another thrilling bridge but less scary than the one in Trift. Sigriswil Panorama Bridge is very family-friendly and perfect for people of all ages (unfortunately, there is an “entrance” fee.

See Gorges

From rugged ravines to breathtaking waterfalls, Switzerland has also stunning gorges. Whether you’re an experienced hiker or just looking for a casual stroll through nature, there is a gorge in Switzerland for you.

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The Trümmelbachfälle (waterfalls in Lauterbrunnen Valley) is located in a gorge – so you get stunning waterfalls plus a gorge. 

The Rhine Gorge is a different kind of gorge, and you have the best view from above or from a train. It is one of the best tourist attractions in Switzerland – in my opinion, though totally underrated.

The Aare Gorge is a section of the Aare River that carves through a limestone ridge in the Bernese Oberland.

My favorite gorge, however, was probably Rosenlaui Glacier which you can visit on a day trip from Interlaken or Grindelwald.

Snap Pictures of Castles

Though Switzerland is often considered a winter wonderland fairy tale, the castles in Switzerland seem to be in the shadow of the mountains and lakes.

From fairytale-like fortresses nestled in the Swiss Alps to grand old chateaus overlooking shimmering lakes, these enchanting strongholds will take your breath away. 

Visit one of these stunning castles to experience the grandeur and romance of a bygone era.

Chateaux de Chilean on the shore of Lake Geneva - best places in Switzerland

There are beautiful castles in Switzerland that should be on your Switzerland itinerary.

Chateau du Chillon in Montreux is a beautiful castle on Lake Geneva’s shores. Schadau Castle is pinkish, a color you rarely find in Switzerland Thun Castle in Thun offers some of the best views over Thun but is also one of the prettiest castles in the country.

Castel Grande in Bellinzona dates back to the 13th century and is in the Italian-speaking part of the country

Enjoy the Mountain Views

Mountain views in Switzerland are like nothing else – they take your breath away!

Whether you take a cable car/funicular or challenge yourself with a mountainous hike, taking in the views of Switzerland is an incredible experience that should be on your bucket list.

On a clear day, you can even see four different countries from certain vantage points! 

View from Brienzer Rothorn
A trip to Switzerland would not be complete without having visited a mountain summit at least 2000 meters above sea level.

One of my favorite train rides up was at Brienzer Rothorn, but there are many more to enjoy, like Klein Matterhorn, Mount Pilatus, and Mount Rigi. Jungfraujoch is probably the most famous mountain trip – though expensive, it is still an awesome trip, and it does not come as a surprise that it is one of the most popular Switzerland attractions.

View from Eismeer Station on the way to Jungfraujoch

Read more: Here are my favorite mountain views in Switzerland that do not require any hiking!

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Sleep in a Mountain Guest House

When in Switzerland…spend a night in a mountain guest house. Most mountain guest houses are very basic but offer an incredible experience, and I cannot wait to spend more nights in the mountains.

Do not forget to pack warm clothes for the night; it gets cold at an elevation of 1,800 meters (I learned it the hard way), and the heater might not work.

Ebenalp Guest House was my choice – a choice I did not regret. Compared to “normal hotels,” the prices are moderate as well but most of all it is about the stunning scenery.

Make Friends With Cows

Swiss are known to be a bit reserved in general…but not so the cows, so there is a chance of making friends. 

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Did you know that Switzerland has its own breed of cows? It’s true! The Swiss Alps Brown, also known as Braunvieh, is a breed native to the Swiss Alps. Not only are they loyal and hardworking, but they’re quite adorable too! Oh, who am I kidding?!? Swiss cows and me – we are not going to ever become friends.

Though I am a vegetarian and have a dog, that does not mean that I am actually an animal lover. Most animals actually scare me – and so do the cows, which are numerous in Switzerland. Seriously, they are almost everywhere! 

However, Swiss cows are lucky enough to spend their lives in nature, and if you are outside the cities, you´ll most likely stumble upon them. Take some pics – and befriend them. 

Watch a Move at an Open-Air Cinema

One of the best things to do in Switzerland is to visit an open-air cinema. In summer, you will see advertisements for open-air cinemas everywhere – it is one of the main events for locals.

From cozy blanket-and-tea evenings to lively film festivals, there are plenty of opportunities for entertainment in this alpine

The weather might not be your best friend, but if you are lucky and it does not rain, enjoy a movie night at the open-air cinema. The best: you will find open-air cinemas even in small towns.

Experience Adventure

Switzerland is the perfect destination for adventure seekers! 

Take a hike through some of Switzerland’s most breathtaking landscapes, including glaciers and mountain passes. If seeking a greater challenge, try climbing one of the many mountains that make up Switzerland’s breathtaking Alpine range. 

How about bungee jumping off the Verzasca Dam near Lake Maggiore? It’s a plunge of 220 meters, and one of the most popular bungee jumps in Europe. Or perhaps you’d prefer a more peaceful activity such as whitewater rafting down the Aare River or exploring underground caves with an experienced guide?

If you’re looking for something even more daring, try hang gliding over Interlaken or paragliding above the Matterhorn. 

Top 10 places to visit in Switzerland

Switzerland is an amazing destination for adventure lovers, and with so many thrilling activities available, you’re sure to find something that suits your needs

Coffee With a View

Whether you are on a mountain peak or at one of the (relatively few) high buildings in Switzerland: take your time and have a coffee. These views are one of a kind, so take the time for a break, get a drink, and enjoy the views.

Restaurant at Hohenklingen Castle

There are often guesthouses and restaurants on mountain peaks that come with a view, but some high buildings offer great views (in Switzerland, I prefer the first option, though).

Eat Swiss Chocolate

Swiss chocolate is a staple in any chocoholic’s pantry and for good reason! Not only is Swiss chocolate some of the most delicious around, but many unique characteristics set it apart from other kinds of chocolate. Whether you prefer dark, milk, or white chocolate, there’s sure to be something for everyone!

I am vegetarian and do not like raw cheese – not the best conditions to survive in Switzerland. BUT Swiss chocolate is DELICIOUS and I could live off Swiss chocolate alone. I am a chocolate expert and I know good chocolate. And Swiss chocolate is just… the best of the best.

nterlaken what to do, Chocolate Workshop

You can even do your own chocolate and visit Chocolate workshops. I did one workshop in Interlaken, and while it was fun, the highlight was that I was allowed to take three bars with me. They did not last long, but delicious things probably are not meant to last, right? 

Bad news: Swiss chocolate can be extremely expensive. Good news: Lindt is not the most expensive chocolate in Switzerland, but it is my favorite. So plan to replace some meals with some tasty bars of chocolate. 

More good news: Vegan chocolate is quite common in Switzerland. It is dark chocolate – which is actually even very healthy, so enjoy Swiss chocolate!

Cool Down in Caves

Switzerland is home to some impressive caves, so why not explore and discover their hidden beauty?

The best thing to do in Switzerland is to visit one of the country´s caves on a hot day. Surely, this is not an activity for those who have claustrophobia, but if you don’t make sure to add at least one to your Switzerland holidays.

St. Beatus Caves in Switzerland from outside Arzo Travels_

My favorite caves are the St. Beatus Caves – the guided tour is definitely recommendable. Plus, outside the caves, amazing views of Lake Thun await you (seriously, the panorama is so amazing that I have visited several times).

Visit a Lido

A lido, also known as a bathing beach, is a public outdoor swimming area in Switzerland. They are usually located on lakes and feature amenities such as sand beaches, lifeguards, food and drink stands, restrooms, and other facilities.

Some even include slides and activities for kids! Lido-hopping is an essential part of Swiss summers; the perfect way to cool off after a day of sightseeing in stunning Switzerland!

However, I mentioned that it is super safe and fun to swim in the Swiss lakes and rivers. Swimming in a lido is another great way to relax and cool down.

You can get in for just a few Swiss Francs – sometimes even for free!

Watch a Sunset

Nothing quite compares to watching a sunset in Switzerland – the stunning landscape and majestic mountains combine to create a truly magical experience!

Sunsets in Switzerland can be amazing. However, do some research on where to watch the best sunset. My tips for an incredible sunset: Vitznau near Lucerne (especially from Mount Rigi) and from a boat on Lake Thun (there are sunset boat cruises).

Switzerland Lake Thun best sunsets


Amazing Switzerland – this country will never fail to amaze me and many other visitors. From the stunning Alps to the lakes – its cleanliness and everything else. 

Switzerland just never disappoints.

Okay, those were my tips for the best things to do in Switzerland. I say you could spend weeks and months in the country and would be amazed every single time because Switzerland likes to showcase its beauty! 



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