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Switzerland
Switzerland
Switzerland conjures up images of beautiful valleys, incredible lakes, and wonderful people. Nearly 60% of the country is covered by the Alps. Gaze upon the famous Matterhorn and Jungfrau as well as nearly 48 other peaks rising above 4,000 meters. From these immense mountains, gorgeous rivers flow down and bring life to the valleys below. Lovely lakes pool the mineral rich waters, feeding cities like Geneva, Zurich, and Bern. In Geneva, you can visit the Palace of Nations and wander narrow alleys lit with golden streetlamps. Zurich is the center of the world-famous Swiss financial sector. Interlaken’s resorts will help you find relaxation, while in Davos you can hobnob with the global elite. Bring your ski boots and try some of the world’s best mountain runs. Switzerland is a paradise in the heart of Europe. Come discover all it has to offer.
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Jungfrau
4.8/5
1,147 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Natural Site
Located on the south side of Interlaken, Jungfrau is one of the highest peaks in the Alps. The top of the mountain is capped with snow and ice year-round, while the foot of the mountain is surrounded by green grass and beautiful scenery. It is a famous sightseeing and outdoor sports resort in Switzerland. Here, you can see the stunning landscape of snow and ice, mountains, sun and clouds against a blue background. In the scenic area, there is a railway dedicated to Jungfrau, taking visitors to the top to enjoy the view.
Lake Zurich
4.7/5
472 Reviews
Lake Zurich is a famous ice-etched lake in Switzerland and is crescent shaped. The slopes of the lake are gentle, spread over vineyards and orchards, and overlooking the Alps to the south. There are medieval pebble trails along the river for visitors to take a walk by the lake, swimming, picnicking, sunbathing and more. There are many waterfowls in the lake. The lake also has a special science brand for people to recognize waterfowl. Swan and wild ducks will swim to the shore from time to time to eat for tourists.
Lake Lucerne
4.7/5
735 Reviews
Lake Lucerne, located in central Switzerland, is often visited by swans and other water fowl. The snow-capped mountains are reflected in the lake's clear blue waters. The lakeshore twists and turns, connecting the mountains of Lucerne with the surrounding mountains and outlining the beautiful scenery. Looking out from the pier, you can see the cathedral steeple, many uniquely shaped houses, large trees thatllook like mushroom clouds and red and white Swiss flags flying over the buildings, a beautiful bit of scenery.
Lion Monument
4.4/5
556 Reviews
The Lion Monument, aka the Lion of Lucerne, is a rock relief commemorating Swiss Guards massacred in 1792 during the French Revolution. The giant sculpture is 6 m high and 10 m long. The upright wall of rock is the remains of a quarry exploited over centuries in the building of Lucerne. The statue sees a regal lion dying from a spear wound which is marked by a shield bearing the emblem of the French monarchy. Mark Twain once described the monument as “the most mournful and moving piece of stone in the world.” Standing there, it is impossible not to feel a sense of grief and wonder. It's a truly moving experience.

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