Swiss Alps Points of Interest and Places to Visit

Swiss Alps

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Schilthorn

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 8 Reviews

It might not be a household name, but with a panorama spanning some of Europe's most iconic peaks—including Jungfrau, the Eiger, and even the distant Mont ...  Read more

FoxTown Factory Stores

4 star rating: Recommended 131 Reviews

With its reputation as the mecca of high-fashion shopping, Milan not only offers the hallowed designer-filled streets of the Quad d’Oro and the world’s most ...  Read more

Interlaken

4 star rating: Recommended 131 Reviews

Tucked in an alpine valley between the glistening mountain lakes of Thun and Brienz, the resort town of Interlaken is ideally situated for exploring the Swiss ...  Read more

Lauterbrunnen

4 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

The tiny village of Lauterbrunnen is one of Switzerland’s untouched beauties. Its quiet roads wind between quaint communities, a picturesque town center, and ...  Read more

Aare Gorge

The Aare Gorge is a popular tourist attraction near the town of Meiringen in the Bernese Oberland region of Switzerland. Created by glacier runoff 10,000 ...  Read more

Bernina Express

Soaring over the Bernina Pass and climbing to a dizzying 7,392 feet (2,253 meters) above sea level, the famous Bernina Express is one of Europe’s most ...  Read more

First Cliff Walk

Adventure seekers and outdoor enthusiasts love the First Cliff Walk by Tissot near Grindelwald in Switzerland. Opened in 2015 in the Jungfrau region, the First ...  Read more

Furka Pass

The Furka Pass is a high mountain pass in the Swiss Alps that reaches a high of nearly 2500 meters above sea level. Considered one of the best drives in ...  Read more

Glacier Express

The bright-red Glacier Express passes over glaciers, across gorges, and above river valleys through Switzerland’s spectacular mountain scenery. This ...  Read more

Mönch

Monch is a mountain in the Switzerland’s Bernese Alps that, together with Eiger and Jungfrau, forms one of the most recognizable groups of mountains in the ...  Read more

Swiss National Park (Parc Naziunal Svizzer)

Europe’s first national park dates back to the late 19th century and amasses some 170 square kilometers of natural landscape, completely untouched by human ...  Read more

Aletsch Glacier

Recognized as the largest glacier in the Swiss Alps, Altesch glacier stretches across nearly 50 square miles of protected mountain terrain. While visitors ...  Read more

Ballenberg Open-Air Museum

Acting as a microcosm of Swiss rural tradition and history, Ballenberg Open-Air Museum covers 66 hectares in area and displays a collection of around 100 ...  Read more

Bern

Located along a scenic peninsula atop a towering plateau, the idyllic city of Bern is tucked between the Gurten and Bantiger mountains and has been designated ...  Read more

Brienzersee (Lake Brienz)

Tucked between the alpine villages of Brienz and Bönigen, the pristine Lake Brienz makes a prime photo candidate with its backdrop of forested ...  Read more

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