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Top 10 tourist places in Switzerland

 Top 10 tourist places in Switzerland

1 Matterhorn

A pyramid-shaped mountain peak 4478 meters above sea level located on the Italian-Swiss border.

This summit attracts large numbers of tourists and climbers, whether to climb the summit or to enjoy the coastal nature view of the ocean.

2 Jungfrógowicz

A mountain pass in the Alps located at an altitude of 3466 meters crosses a number of tourist attractions, including an astronomical observatory that is considered one of the highest astronomical observatories in the world (located at an altitude of 3572 meters).

Another most famous landmark crossed by the trail is the Münchlig Hut, which is easily accessible via this trail despite its high altitude.

3 Interlaken

Located in the province of Interlaken-Oberhasli on the shores of Lake Brienz to the east and Lake Thun to the west, it is simply one of the most beautiful areas in the country, and perhaps all of Europe in terms of its landscapes.

The area is located between two large lakes, surrounded by many mountain peaks and natural green spaces.

4 Lucerne

A tourist city located in central Switzerland on the shores of the lake of the same name and on the banks of the Ruwais River that flows into the lake.

The city is devoid of cars and full of pedestrian bridges and fountains, the most famous of which is the Chapel Bridge, which dates back to the fourteenth century.

5 Lake Geneva

Lake Leman is a deep and long lake located on the French-Swiss border and is considered one of the largest lakes in Western Europe.

The surroundings of the lake are characterized by beautiful landscapes such as snow-capped mountain peaks, as well as the atmosphere of a huge number of small towns and villages on its banks, including the Swiss city of Geneva on the western banks of the lake.

6 Chateau de Chion

A historic castle located on a small island (Chillon Island) in the far east of Lake Geneva is considered one of the most visited castles in Switzerland and Europe.

The island has been a defensive military site since Roman times, in the early eleventh century, the site was reinforced by a military fortress that was later used for other purposes, as it was used as a prison during the religious wars of the sixteenth century.

7 St. Moritz

A small Swiss town in the southeast of the country at an estimated altitude of two thousand kilometers above sea level.

This town is famous as a winter destination for its winter activities and landscapes such as skiing.

8 Bern

Bern is the capital and one of the country's most populous cities along with Geneva, Zurich, Basel and Lausanne, it is also the capital of the canton of Bern.

The city has a large number of tourist attractions, especially historical ones, located in the "Old Town of Bern" between the banks of the Aare River, which borders it on three sides.
In this small area you can see a large collection of bridges, churches and other structures dating back to the Renaissance.

9 Lake Lugano

A lake located on the border between Switzerland and Italy in Ticino is considered one of the most beautiful lakes in Europe, and perhaps in the world.

This lake offers stunning and stunning natural views, especially the mountain peaks and the surrounding villages and small towns.

10 Zurich

A large city located in northeastern Switzerland in the canton of the same name, the country's largest population (1.3 million inhabitants),Zurich's Old Town contains many museums, art galleries, historical structures and natural parks, perhaps the most famous of which is the Grossmünster Church.