Switzerland is a landlocked country in Central Europe. It borders France to the west and Italy to the south. Switzerland is a famous destination in the global tourism sector especially for its high-quality hospitality services, its outstanding natural beauty, and its historic heritage sites. Whether it is the summer season or the winter season, Switzerland has everything that its visitors need to enjoy their stay in this beautiful European country. Switzerland can be accessed by the international airline from states outside the European continent by arriving into any of the international airports in Zurich, Geneva and Basel cities of Switzerland. Trains also arrive from all parts of Europe.
Matter Horn Mountain is the most famous tourist attraction in Switzerland. This little glorious mountain has heavenly bewitching qualities no wonder it is the world’s most photographed mountain. It is also an ideal mountain for mountain climbing and offers some stunning views of the country below.
After the Matter horn, the Jungfraujoch is the second biggest Switzerland Attractions. From the Jungfraujoch, you can see Europe’s wonderful and largest glacier, the Aletsch Glacier. The Sphinx Observation and the glistening Ice Palace will also inevitably excite you.
Bernese Oberland, Switzerland

Mount Rigi at the center of Switzerland is renowned as a popular excursion destination and a vacation paradise. The picturesque Mount Rigi is one of the best-known tourist attractions in Switzerland and its located adjacent to the enchanting city of Lucerne. The mountain has been served by a railway line since May 21st, 1871 when the first mountain cogwheel rolled to its top.

As the name suggests the Swiss Transport Museum exhibits the transport-sector history of Switzerland. It offers an extensive collection of aircraft, automobiles, locomotives, ships, and communication implements from various periods during human civilization.

The castle-like Historical Museum hosts Switzerland’s most distinguished collections of history from Stone Age to modern-day. This prestigious castle-like Historical Museum of Bern is located across from the Old City houses on Helvetiaplatz. And to visit more fulfilling the Einstein Museum is right beside it because Albert Einstein lived in Bern.

Lake Geneva Switzerland is the most beautiful lake in central Europe. Its Mediterranean vegetation makes it more splendid. No wonder celebrities like Charlie Chaplin chose to live on its shores. The lake offers an opportunity for boat riding and sport fishing.
Lake Lucerne and the Lucerne City house numerous tourist attractions which include the following: boat cruises onboard five historic paddlewheel steamers and 15 elegant salon motor vessels. There is also a lovely place to visit like Mount Rigi, Mount Pilatus, the Stanserhorn, the Bürkenstock, or even the Luzerne Golf club.
Lake Lugarno is bordered by a beautiful green hill and a mountain backdrop. The region has a climate close to that of the Mediterranean area. This plus the glorious mountains hills villages and towns surrounding the makes it an ideal holiday paradise.
Lake Thun is Switzerland’s largest lake. The lake is surrounded by lovely little towns such as Interlaken, Oberhofen, Faulensee, Hilterfingen, Gunten, and Thun. All these towns offer a picturesque view of the lake.