Mountains, lakes, incredible cities right in the center of Western Europe. I think it is one of the most beautiful countries in Europe, and the world. The only drawback is that Switzerland is quite expensive.
enigmatic Swiss city with clock towers, churches, and a river
It is absolutely beautiful.
It is so clean ...even the Limmat River running through town is strikingly clear and clean.
I also noticed an abundance of clock towers. Imagine that...a lot of clocks in Switzerland!
Swiss National Museum
Switzerland's history, plus handicrafts, homewares & an armory tower.
Museum of Fine Arts
extensive museum with large collections from Munch and Monet
walk along the Limmat Rover, south of the train station. There are beautiful buildings and plazas at every turn
Beautiful city on the Lake, at the foot of the mountains, and the border of France. Known for being a center for finance and diplomacy, it is the base for the International Red Cross, the World bank and World Trade Organization. Decidedly with a French influence in food, architecture and language.
Lakeside park beautiful for walking, including pavilions, the notable flower clock and numerous statues.
The Geneva Water Fountain
iconic fountain in the lake, that is lit up at night at shoots water over 400 feet high.
Museum of Art and History
Built in 1910, this is Geneva's largest museum and encompasses collections from pre-history, to art including Rembrandt and Rodin.
Switzerland's #3 city. Ands, no matter what city you visit in Switzerland, it seems water is at the heart of it. This city has a lengthy cultural and educational history including The University of Basel, Switzerland's oldest university.
the oldest public art museum in the world opened in 1661 houses collections form the 15th century to the 21st.
Spalentor City Gate
15th century gateway is one example of the old city walls guard.
Built on the city's highest point, this 9th to 13th century church was built on the former site of Roman fort.
walk around the historic center, and visit place like Rathaus (Town Hall) and Marktplatz to do a little shopping.
a small town of about 6000 people located in eastern Switzerland. It is centrally located between Zurich and Davos, and right on the border with Lichtenstein. Set in a valley of the Swiss Alps, the view form all angles are stunning, and it is a gateway for skiing in the winter.
at the foot of Mount Gonzen, overlooking the Sargan plains and the Rhine River; this castle was started in the 13th century, and expanded over the years through the 19th century. Today, it is owned by the Community of Sargan, and houses a museum and restaurant that are open in the summer.
beautiful church setting on the slopes on the north side of town, below the castle.