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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.
Nestled on the shore of Lake Lucerne, the Tell Chapel marks the spot where, according to legend, William Tell leapt from the boat of the Habsburg bailiff, Gessler.Show more
Tucked into the southern corner of Lake Lucerne, the little harbour town of Flüelen is surrounded by the wildly romantic mountain scenery around Urner Lake.Show more
Visible from afar, the hilltop church of Wassen in the Urner Oberland is the crowning glory of the village at the foot of the Susten Pass. Together with the world-famous Gotthard loop tunnels, it is one of the region's most memorable sights.Show more
Even the Romans avoided the immense mass of the Gotthard.Show more
With almost 2300 hours of sunshine a year and an average temperature of 15.5°, Locarno is the warmest town in Switzerland. The mild Mediterranean climate nurtures a diverse range of flora and wildlife, and lends the town its unique charm and southern flair.
Take the plunge in Switzerland's most modern waterpark and spa, just a few minutes' stroll from Rivera train station.Show more
The striking 1962 meter-high mountain lies precisely between Locarno und Lugano – and is famous for the Santa Maria degli Angeli church by architect Mario Botta, as well as popular ridge hike to the chuch from Monte Lema.Show more
Lugano, the largest town in the holiday region of Ticino, is not only Switzerland's third most important financial centre and a conference, banking and business centre, but also a town of parks and flowers, villas and sacred buildings. With Mediterranean flair, Lugano offers all the advantages of a world-class city, combined with the cachet of a small town.