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A glam skiing and mountaineering resort tied to the fame of perhaps the most visually stunning Alp: the Matterhorn (4478m). the car-free town is best explored on foot, and thereâ€™s a cog railway that will lift you up to Gornergrat for even more impressive vistas.
Chateau de Chillon
Perched on the shore of Lake Geneva, the most visited historical building in Switzerland was started in the eleventh century and has been modified ever since. Dungeons, courtyards and towers make it a fairy tale castle and 360-degree photo op. not surprisingly, the dreamy home found its way into the writings of Lord Byron
Geneva may have the Rd Cross, but Zurich has had an explosion of trendy cafes, bars and shops. The Old Town offers a cultural afternoon of wandering. You donâ€™t need to open a numbered bank account to visit, but it certainly helps
Welcome to Schloss (castle) country. Thereâ€™s Schloss Thun, Schloss Oberhofen, and Schloss Hunegg (which mixes in Art Nouveau renovations). You can visit all three on a one-day boat trip on Lake Thun and still have time to try the nearby 100-metre bungee jump.
Explore the Frenches Montagnes
If youâ€™re going to head up to the mountains, you may as well avoid a super high-way of tourist gasping for oxygen. This range offers fewer visitors, cross-country skiing and gentle horses. Saignerleiger is a good place to start your exploring
Munch on fine chocolate
The world famous Lindt chocolate factory is located outside Zurich and offers an all-you-can-eat tasting treat at the end of the tour. The factory is a mesh of metal pipes labeled â€œcocoa butterâ€