German, French, Italian, Romansh
Swiss Franc
Flight time
1 hour and 30 minutes from the UK
time difference
UTC/GMT +1 hours
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Introducing Switzerland

Switzerland, a country admired the world over offers incredibly diverse experiences, not just in terms of landscape, but also in terms of cultural variety as it is a country that features 4 official languages. A fantastic location for a traditional Alpine summer vacation, its magnificent scenery includes spectacular snow-covered peaks in the Swiss Alps, serene glistening lakes, and lovely, attractive towns and villages.

Its great transportation system is unique and admired around the world, inviting travellers to discover the most amazing places of this nation in their own time, enjoying the most of their summer break to Switzerland. Capture the stunning vistas, charming towns and mighty landscapes on your getaway to this impressive destination.

Resorts in Switzerland

Top Locations in Switzerland

Swiss National Park
The Swiss National Park, the Alps' first national park, was established in 1914 in the district of Graubünden in eastern Switzerland. It's a wildlife reserve that spans over 170 square kilometres and features 80 kilometres of walking trails for you to wander at your leisure. Some of the resident occupants of the park that can be seen from the paths include ibexes, chamois, marmots and golden eagles.
Cheese Making in Gruyères
Whether you prefer your cheese melted in a fondue or enjoyed with some wine and grapes, Switzerland's cheese will not disappoint. Le Gruyère is undoubtedly the most well-known Swiss cheese. In the historic village of Gruyères, you can learn about the art of cheese-making at La Maison du Gruyère and then indulge in some bites for yourself.
Skiing in Matterhorn
In Zermatt, you can ski down world-class slopes with spectacular views of the legendary, tooth-shaped Matterhorn. There are various methods to see the Matterhorn if you don't want to go skiing. You can enjoy a fantastic view of the nearby mountains by taking the cable car to the Rothorn top, which is only a 30-minute journey from Zermatt.
Hiking in the Alps
Walking in Switzerland is an experience you will always remember. Switzerland has many stunning paths, majestic alpine summits, and tranquil, out-of-the-way landscapes to explore despite its modest size. It's simple to get around thanks to properly marked pathways and, in ski resort regions, several lifts and buses.

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