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Matterhorn (Cervino), Switzerland. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini
Matterhorn (Cervino), Switzerland-Italy. Author Marco Ramerini

Switzerland tourist attractions: what to see in Switzerland

Switzerland is par excellence the land of green pastures, mountain lakes and the majestic mountains of the Alps, the natural attractions are undoubtedly the main reason to visit Switzerland, the direct contact with nature, mountain resorts, the variety of landscapes, cultures, languages ​​of Switzerland, focused on a small area, are the strength of this country.

But Switzerland has much more to offer to tourists, the country has many cities with historic centers of great beauty, the Swiss cities are symbols of modern culture and well-being, are cities on a human scale, with excellent public services and are truly pleasant to visit.

Among the most beautiful cities in the artistic point of view is the capital of Switzerland, Bern, that UNESCO has included the World Heritage Site. But there are also Lucerne, Fribourg, Zurich, St. Gallen, Geneva, Lausanne, Neuchâtel, Chur and Basel, as well as a series of small towns really valuable as Baden in Aargau, Stein am Rhein in the canton of Schaffhausen, Bellinzona in Ticino only to name a few.

Bellinzona, Ticino, Switzerland. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini.

Bellinzona, Ticino, Switzerland. Author Marco Ramerini.

Between the most famous ski resorts areas in Switzerland are the Engadin in the canton of Grisons, which has its hub in the sophisticated resort par excellence of Switzerland, the town of St. Moritz. Other important destinations are located in the Bernese Oberland where are the ski resorts of Grindelwald, Gstaad, Adelboden and Interlaken. Another popular area for those who practice winter sports are the mountains of Valais where excel ski resorts such as Zermatt, Crans-Montana and Saas Fee.

Very famous are the resort towns along the many Swiss lakes, including those located along Lake Geneva as Montreux, Nyon, Morges and Lausanne, along the Lake Lucerne on which stands the historic city of Lucerne, Lake Neuchâtel, Lake Zurich, Lake Maggiore, with Locarno and Ascona, and Lake Lugano.

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