Switzerland – a holiday with a noble touch
Fresh mountain air, spellbinding landscapes and high level service make Switzerland a magnet for tourists. As you can see on the map of this country, the Alps cover over two-thirds of its entire area, so fans of winter, extreme sports and walks in the mountains absolutely love coming here. Popular places – the Dufourspitze peak, standing at an altitude of 4,634 metres, the Jungfrau Railway station and the high-altitude brewery in Monstein. Tens of thousands of tourists also annually visit the resorts of Davos, Zermatt, Interlaken and many others. Alpine slopes have long been loved by many celebrities, so there are great chances of accidentally bumping into some Hollywood stars on the slopes or riding in a lift with a top model.
Of course, Switzerland is famous for its unique historical sites: the monastery of St. John and the three castles of Bellinzona are included on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and the Augusta Raurica Museum is the oldest Roman colony on the Rhine. Places of Interest Switzerland is concentrated in Geneva, Zurich, Basel, Bern and Lucerne. A guide to the country will definitely offer you to enjoy the beauties of one of the local lakes with crystal clear water.
Guests travelling to Switzerland have the most modern trains, buses and steamships at their disposal. As noted by tourists, public transport here works like a clock: always on time.
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