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most beautiful panoramic routes.
Hemmed in by magnificent mountains, Lucerne sits prettily on the shores of Lake Lucerne. With its sights, souvenir and watch shops and enchanting lake location, the town is an unmissable stop on a journey through Switzerland for many travellers.
The Brünig Pass links Central Switzerland with the Bernese Oberland. It is so breathtakingly steep in places that a rack system is used to negotiate the gradients.Show more
Since the 1970s old farmhouses, stables, bakehouses or barns are no longer demolished when they are due to be replaced by modern buildings.Show more
The Brienz Rothorn Railway covers 1678m altitude difference in an hour, climbing above forests and meadows and skirting sheer cliff faces. Sit back and enjoy the stunning views on a journey you'll never forget.Show more
Beautifully located between Lakes Thun and Brienz and at the foot of the 'big three' Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau, Interlaken has been enchanting visitors from all over the world for decades. Explore the town or use it as a base to strike out into the mountains.
It’s not hard to pinpoint the distinctive head of rock at the entrance to the Bernese Oberland – but the fact that you can stand pretty much on top to enjoy views direction Thun, Aare Valley and Bern as far as Jura is known to few.Show more
This quaint village in the Bernese Oberland is the gateway to the world-famous Gstaad-Saanenland holiday region.Show more
Despite its international reputation, Gstaad has retained its true Alpine character and with its stylish charm and authentic composure is a hit with guests.Show more
In both summer and winter, Château-d'Oex and Rougemont present a diverse range of holiday experiences and sporting activities.Show more
Heidi has been living in a bend in the railway track in Sonzier for the past 30 years. The over-80-year-old personally greets every train that passes.Show more
Montreux reclines in a sheltered bay on Lake Geneva, surrounded by vineyards and set against the breathtaking backdrop of the snow-capped Alps. The town is particularly famous for the Montreux Jazz Festival, which is held every June/July.