A Mesmerizing Trip to Heaven on Earth - Switzerland
Switzerland is one of the most developed countries on the earth. This is a landlocked country situated in central Europe. From the south, it is border by Italy, France from the West and Germany to the north, Austin, and Liechtenstein to the east. The climate of Switzerland is temperate and varies with altitude. It is known for its mountains and geographically divided between the Alps, the Swiss Plateau, and the Jura. The Alps occupy the greatest part of the territory and approximately eight million people are lives mostly on the plateau.
Zurich and Geneva
Zurich and Geneva are the largest cities of Switzerland. Zurich and Geneva offer excellent museums, historic buildings, galleries, historic building and music festivals. Switzerland is known for its name as ‘Heaven on Earth’ tourists charmed by cultural attractions and come here to see jaw-dropping sceneries. The capital of Switzerland is Bern, having an amazing medieval old town. As Germany, Italy, Austria, and France surround Switzerland so their culture, languages, and customs infuse here and make a multicultural incorporation by incorporating different cultures into one. Celebrate and share their traditions and values with everybody there - from Italian architecture of arches and domes to the dialects of Swiss-German and Latin.
The Matterhorn, the king of the mountain, is the most photographed and iconic pointed peak mountains in the Alps. It is on the border with Italy and the peak rises up to 4,478 meters and its four steep faces lie in the direction of the compass points. At the foot of this mighty peak, there is a village called Zermatt, It is one of the top international resort with horse-drawn carriage rides, restaurants, hotels and little old cottage. In the village, vehicles are banned to keep the atmosphere neat and clean and peaceful. During summer swimming and tennis are very popular pursuits as well hiking and biking and climbing give much pleasure to the surrounding mountain. In the winter season skiers schuss down more than 300 km of the slops.
The Aletsch Glacier is the largest glacier in the Alps. It is one of the UNESCO world heritage site, length of about 23 km and covers approximately 81.7 km in the eastern Bernese. A roundtrip travel from Interlaken, Grindelwald or Wengen to the Jungfraujoch puts a jewel in the crown of any visit to Switzerland. This is once in a lifetime railway experience in Switzerland leaves a feeling on the top of the world. Other popular places include Lake Geneva and much more, make the trip more memorable.