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10 Most Beautiful Places in Switzerland you must plan to visit once in Lifetime |Top 10 Places | Travel & Tourism

The Swiss Alps are beautiful places to visit. But what about the rest of Switzerland? We'll take a look at 10 places you should visit when planning your next trip to Europe.

Lake Geneva

Lake Geneva is the largest lake in Switzerland, located in the canton of Vaud. It has an area of 565 km2 and a maximum depth of 449 m. Its length is 57 km with an average width of 24 km (15 miles).

 The Swiss Alps

The Swiss Alps are a popular tourist destination for many people, and for good reason. The Alps are home to some of Europe's highest peaks, including Mont Blanc and Jung fraujoch (the highest train station in Europe). You'll also find plenty of ski resorts in the region that provide a wide range of activities from skiing down slopes at high speeds or snowboarding through deep powder snowfall on your way back down from the top.

In addition to its natural beauty, Switzerland is also known as one of Europe's most active mountaineering destinations due to its relatively easy access compared with other countries such as France or Italy where you might have difficulty reaching these peaks without having experience with hiking boots before hand!

 The Rhine Falls, near Zurich

The Rhine Falls are the largest in Europe and have been a tourist attraction since the 18th century. Located near Zurich, they're also surrounded by lush greenery and peaceful hiking trails.

The falls are located in Schaffhausen, Switzerland's third largest city (and one of its most charming). In addition to being an important center for industry and manufacture, it's home to many notable landmarks including:

A castle built in 1340 by German king Sigismund von Luxembourg

A church with 150-year-old frescoes painted by Caravaggio himself


Interlaken is a municipality in the Bernese Oberland region of the Swiss Alps. It's known for its scenic beauty, and it makes for a popular tourist destination, especially during summertime. The town is also home to several attractions that can be enjoyed by everyone from families to thrill seekers.

The city has long been a stop on the Golden Pass Panoramic Route (a path through some of Switzerland's most iconic mountains), which means you'll have plenty of opportunities to see some stunning views at every turn!

 St. Moritz

The town of St. Moritz is famous for its ski slopes, which are among the most expensive in Europe. It also has a handful of luxury hotels and other attractions that make it worth visiting if you're looking for a night out on the town.

The town's funicular railway connects to Mount Corvino, where there's an up-and-down cable car ride (the trip takes about seven minutes) that takes you to the top of this majestic mountain peak. If you're feeling extra energetic after your hike or downhill skiing session, there's also an excellent walking trail around Lake Silvaplana—a lake surrounded by alpine meadows and forests,that can be reached via another cable car system (it takes about seven minutes).


Geneva is the second-largest city in Switzerland, with a population of over 200,000 people. It's located on Lake Geneva and has been called "the most beautiful city in Europe."

Geneva is home to multiple universities including EPFL (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne), École Normale Supérieure or known as ENS (École Nation ale Suisse d'Ingénierie), Université de Genève or UG (Université de Genève), IAEA Headquarters and many more.


Chur is a city in the south-east of Switzerland. It is the capital of the canton of Grisons and is the largest city in Switzerland that lies east of the Rhine. Chur has a population of about 25,000 inhabitants. The city has been built around a rocky hill overlooking Lake Silvaplana which was formed by glaciers during an ice age 10,000 years ago.

 Grindelwald, near Bern

Grindelwald is a village in the Bernese Oberland, located in the valley of the Aare River. It's known for its spa and mountain bike trails, but also has an excellent hiking trail through the Engstligenalp (1,000 m). The town is connected by train to Interlaken and Lauterbrunnen as well as several other destinations throughout Switzerland.

 Lucerne's Chapel Bridge and Water Tower

✔ The Chapel Bridge is a famous landmark in Lucerne.

✔ The Water Tower is one of the oldest buildings in Lucerne.

The Chapel Bridge is a wooden bridge over the Reuss River, which connects to another bridge across a smaller stream called Rhein fall that leads directly into downtown Lucerne.

 Lake Lugano, near the Italian border

Lake Lugano is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Switzerland. It's located near the Italian border, and it's also considered to be one of the largest lakes in Europe. The lake provides boating opportunities, fishing shops and restaurants, as well as access to several parks that offer hiking trails and other activities you can do while exploring this beautiful area!

We hope you enjoyed our list of the most beautiful places in Switzerland!

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