Switzerland may be known for its world-class chocolate, or mouthwatering cheese, but you’ll be pleasantly pleased to learn that it has a lot more to offer. Despite being small and landlocked, Switzerland is able to provide the best of all of its neighbours’ cuisines and cultures. The busy city of St. Gallen, the little but amazingly well-preserved mediaeval village of Stein Am Rhein, and the Rhine Falls are all located in the German-speaking northeastern area of Switzerland. With cities like Basel, Murten, and Freiburg, the northwest area may be an intriguing mingling of cultures.
The Bernese Oberland region is renowned for its breath – taking views; to properly enjoy the region’s splendour, a trip on one of the panoramic trains is strongly advised. The extremely well-liked Interlaken may be found here. Numerous little mountain towns offer some of the greatest skiing and snowboarding, drawing visitors from all around.