Cheap Flights to Switzerland
Switzerland is known throughout the world for its immaculate cities, incredible Alpine landscapes, skiing resorts and cuckoo clocks! Each region has its own unique character, style and specialist interest. Innsbruck has some of the best skiing resorts located nearby, Zurich leads the way with the arts as well as being the banking centre and the lakeside city of Geneva has a plethora of galleries and museums to choose from. The ancient capital Berne provides amazing opportunities for entertainment, sight seeing and shopping in its arcaded streets, while the famous towns of St. Moritz, Zermatt and Verbier have some of the best and most popular ski resorts in the world. Some of the countrys products are sought after the world over such as chocolates, luxurious watches, cheese and even the sophisticated Swiss Army Knife.
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Altstadt is particularly picturesque with its imposing Grossmunster Cathedral and the very popular Swiss national Museum. Lausanne also has the Olympic Museum together with its own Notre dame cathedral.
St. Gallen has the World famous Heritage abbey library treasure in the old Benedictine monastery and Brig has the most important baroque Castle in the country, while Vaud and Romainmotier have other historic and significant buildings.
For really outstanding natural beauty, explore the Berne Oberland region on Europe's highest railway and discover a land that is full alpine streams, mountain lakes, and wild flowers, especially at places like Interlaken, Adelboden and Grindelwald.
If you like cheese then take a trip to the charming town of Gruyeres and tour one of the factories that are open for visiting. Or if you prefer to practice your Italian then drive down to the picture postcard village of Ticinois which is one of the countrys most photogenic places.
Appenzell is another rustic village that has ornately painted houses which are set in lush, rolling landscapes. By climbing the nearby Santis you can view five other nations, namely Liechtenstein, Austria, Germany, Italy and France.
Switzerland has a highly efficient transport system thats consists of trains, buses and motorways, with some of them passing through the beautiful mountain tunnels. There are also nine airports that give easy access to all parts of the country. Zurich International is located in the middle of the motorway network and not far away is Geneva International which transports passengers to all over the world. Basel-Mulhouse is a union airport which is split up between Switzerland, Germany and France.