Riding the gondola TITLIS Xpress to the intermediate station followed by the World’s first revolving aerial cableway – TITLIS Rotair. The cable car system connects Engelberg at 996 m to Klein Titlis at 3028 m through the three stages – Gerschnialp at 1262 m, Trübsee at 1796 m and Stand at 2428 m. The 30 minutes journey is a treat.
Geneva, the second largest city in Switzerland is also known as the City of Peace. It is renowned for Lake Geneva, magnificent Alps, the United Nations, the Red Cross, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, the World Meteorological Organisation, finest watch-making and chocolate-making. Activities such as hiking and skiing attract a large number of tourists.
The Glacier 3000, a peak of 2,979 meters, is named after the Les Diablerets Glacier. It has an observation deck with spectacular views of the three most famous peaks (Mont Blanc, the highest peak in Europe, the Matterhorn in Switzerland and the famous Jungfrau) and a luxury restaurant at the top of the mountain.
It is a world famous international resort destination started around 1800, in the Bernese Highlands region of the Swiss Alps alongside the river Aare. The Bödelibahn railway opened from Därligen, on Lake Thun to Interlaken in 1872. July is the hottest month in Interlaken with an average temperature of 19°C and the coldest is January at -1°C.
Lausanne has been rated as the world’s best small city having a population under 200,000 and a Metro of 28-stations. It is built on the southern slope of the Swiss plateau, with a difference in elevation of about 500 metres between the Lakeshore at Ouchy and its northern edge of Le Mont-sur-Lausanne. Since 1994, it has been recognized as the Olympic capital and the sports arbitration court.
Lucerne is a centrally located tourist city having an economic, transportation, culture, and media hub. The city is located on Lake Lucerne and the river Reuss overlooked by Mount Pilatus and Mount Rigi, in the Swiss Alps. Chapel Bridge is a magnificent wooden bridge – first erected in the 14th century.
In this two-thousand-year-old settlement, you can admire the restored Amphitheatre, Roman spa, temples and residential areas, vineyards and orchards. Some churches, non-religious buildings, the Ghana Collection Museum, Picasso and car museum are worth seeing. The warm sunshine of the Valais makes the fruit very sweet.
Montreux is an idyllic small town known as the “Swiss Riviera”. Montreux is dotted with churches, star-studded houses and vineyards for making fine wines. It is also a famous place for the birth of sheep placenta. This live-cell injection therapy has attracted countless celebrities and supermodels.
The Rhine Falls is the largest waterfall in Switzerland and the nearest community is Neuhausen am Rheinfall, where tourists can also view the Worth Castle. On the two sides of the Rhine, there are viewing platforms which give a breathtaking perspective to the guests. Boat trips can be taken up the Rhine to the falls and the Rheinfallfelsen.
Thun is located at the western end of Lake Thun, only half an hour by train from the famous tourist resorts of Interlaken and the capital, Bern. The most impressive thing about Thun is the castles on the lakeside. When you climb the castle, you can see the city and the scenery is beautiful.
Lugano is located in the Italians speaking canton of Ticino. It is the largest Italian speaking majority outside Italy. The city centre is located on the lakeshore just to the west of where the River Cassarate enters the lake. The city got its first scheduled flights in 1980. It has a humid subtropical climate closely bordering on an oceanic climate.