Private excursions in Switzerland

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Information That Will Help With Your Visit to Switzerland

Those who have been to Switzerland know that there are a number of beautiful cities in this country. Some of the most well-known are Lucerne, Basel, Lausanne, Sion, and Thun. These cities are located along the Alps and each offers unique attractions.


Often described as the Swiss Riviera, Lausanne is the fourth largest city in Switzerland. Its proximity to Lake Geneva makes it a popular tourist destination. It is also known for its diverse cultural offerings, including a wide variety of festivals and events.

One of the best things to do in Lausanne is visit the Olympic Museum. It is one of the largest museums dedicated to the history of the Olympic Games. It is located in the Ouchy district of the city and features 10,000 artifacts.

You may also want to visit the Quartier du Flon, which is an area that is the hub of modern buildings and offices. It is also home to a quaint church, a bell tower, and a shopping mall. It also includes a nightlife scene.

The Old Town is another great place to visit. It has Renaissance and Baroque architecture, along with waterfront views of Lake Geneva.

Lausanne's most famous landmark is the Notre-Dame Cathedral. It is a Gothic cathedral, with a renowned organ. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Lausanne is also home to the International Olympic Committee's headquarters, the Court of Arbitration for Sport, and dozens of other sports associations. It is also the site of Athletissima, a series of annual sports events.


Located in the Swiss Alps, Interlaken is a charming holiday town. It is best known for its beautiful alpine landscape, as well as its many outdoor activities.

Interlaken is located at the foot of three majestic mountains. Mount Pilatus and Mount Stanserhorn are easy to access via cable car. The mountain range also has hiking trails. During the winter, you can take part in the winter sports of skiing, ice climbing and snowmobiling. You can also take a trip on the Jungfrau cable car.

You can visit the historic Unterseen, a charming town located along the Aare river. The old town has medieval buildings and old-world food markets. The town also features a Tourismuseum, which showcases the history of tourism in Interlaken. You can also visit the Grand Theatre, which is 150 meters high.


Lucerne is a beautiful town located in central Switzerland. Lucerne is also famous for the Chapel Bridge. It is the oldest covered bridge in Switzerland.

Lucerne is also known for its beautiful old town. The town is filled with historic buildings, including the Lion Monument. There are many covered bridges throughout the city.

Lucerne is also known for the picturesque backdrop of Lake Lucerne. You can visit the city on a day trip from Zurich.


Located in north-western Switzerland, Basel is a lively and cosmopolitan city with a rich history. Its modern architecture blends with the beauty of the Alps. It is a good base to explore other attractions.

Basel is home to a number of museums. One of the best museums in the city is the Oskar Reinhart Museum. It has one of the most extensive art collections in Europe.

Basel is also home to the most ornate town hall in Switzerland. The Rathaus is located on a hill and offers spectacular views of the city. The best way to explore Basel is with a guided tour.


Basel has a lively arts scene with plenty of modern and contemporary architecture. Those with a taste for the medieval will enjoy the city's Altstadt, which is a charming place to stroll around.

Basel is also home to one of the most beautiful cathedrals in the country. The Cathedral is built in medieval times and offers spectacular views of the city.

Basel is also home to one the best art museums in Switzerland. The Bern Museum of Art is a must-see. It is one of the oldest museums in the country and has a wonderful collection of art and artifacts.


Located in central Switzerland, the capital of Bern is a place where you can find history, culture and some of the best scenery in Europe. The town's Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is a wonderful place to visit.

One of the most famous sights in Bern is the Minster, a Gothic-style Cathedral that is located between two towers. You can climb the 186-step tower for a great view of the city.

Other attractions include the Palais de Rumine, a building that houses five museums - the most popular being the Fondation Beyeler and the Museum of Cultures. It is also home to the Textile Museum.

The best way to get around is on public transport. The city's tram system works well. You can also explore the city on foot.

A short distance from the city is the Bernese Oberland region, a beautiful natural area. It is a popular place for hiking and cycling. You can also ride a cable car to the top of Mount Stanserhorn, where you can take in panoramic views. You can also take a boat ride along the Aare River to get a view of the snow-capped mountains.

You can also find beautiful gardens and parks, as well as many museums. The Oskar Reinhart Museum features one of the best art collections in Europe.


Lucerne is a beautiful city in Switzerland, situated near the beautiful Lake Lucerne. The city is compact and has a lot to offer visitors. It is surrounded by rugged natural beauty, and its buildings and bridges are reminiscent of a fairytale. It is an ideal destination for a day trip from Zurich.

The old town is a picture-perfect mix of medieval buildings, middle-age structures, and modern buildings. There are cobbled streets, picturesque houses, and charming cafes. It's a great place to explore if you're new to Switzerland.

Lake Lucerne

There are a number of museums to explore. The most popular is the Fondation Beyeler. It houses one of the finest art collections in Europe. There is also the Olympic Museum, which features over 10,000 artifacts. It is the largest museum dedicated to Olympic history.

Another great attraction is the Chapel Bridge, which crosses part of the lake to the other side. There is also the Octagonal Water Tower, which was a former medieval treasury vault. It offers fantastic views of the city.

The city is known for its traditional town squares and its iconic bridges. The city also boasts a military past.

The old town is one of the best places to visit in Switzerland. You can take a gondola ride around the lake. There are also several cable cars that will take you to beautiful fairytale villages.


Located in the Valais canton of Switzerland, Sion is a popular tourist destination. This small town is home to a medieval old town and two hilltop castles. The town is also well known for its wine.

Sion is also the perfect starting point for thermal spa resorts in the region. This city also boasts a UNESCO World Heritage site and is the location of the famous Valere Basilica, which is home to the world's oldest playable organ.

Sion is also home to the Palais de Rumine, a modern building with five museums, including the Zentrum Paul Klee. This museum is considered to be one of the best art galleries in the country.

Sion is home to a number of outdoor activities, including hiking. Visitors can also enjoy the panoramic views of the city from the Pont de Berne bridge.

There are also a number of impressive museums, including the Alpine Museum of Switzerland and the Oskar Reinhart Museum. This is an excellent spot to learn about Swiss history and culture.

The Piz Gloria is a revolving restaurant with a fantastic view of the Eiger, Jungfrau and Monch. The Piz Gloria has also been featured in the James Bond movie.


Located between Bern and Interlaken, Thun is a sleepy Alpine village with a medieval flair. It is surrounded by gorgeous lakes, mountains and waterfalls, making it a perfect destination for a weekend getaway.

Thun is a perfect day trip from either Zurich or Bern. The village's turreted 12th-century fortress looks over a sleepy alpine village. The village is situated where the Aare flows out of Lake Thun.

Thun's medieval flair is evident in its cobblestone lanes and pretty houses. The city is home to a number of excellent museums. One of these is the Oskar Reinhart Museum, which has one of the world's finest art collections.

The city is also known for its scenic views of the surrounding mountains. One of the best ways to enjoy these views is by taking a cable car. It offers spectacular views of the Eiger, Jungfrau and Monch.

The Altstadt (Old Town) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is comprised of three miles of cobbled lanes and traditional buildings. It is lined with souvenir shops, restaurants and Italian cafes.

The village is also home to a monastery and an art museum. The revolving Piz Gloria restaurant provides incredible views over the Jungfrau and Monch.

Guided tours and museum tickets in Switzerland

Visiting Switzerland can be an expensive affair, but you can save a lot of money by buying a Swiss Museum Pass. This pass will allow you to see over 500 museums and sites in Switzerland, as well as other countries in the region. You can purchase the pass for a family of four for a mere CHF288. It comes with a Swiss Rail Half Fare Card, so you can save a little money on trains.

The Swiss National Museum is home to a collection of impressive artworks. There are 14 different zones to explore. Among them are the Roman, medieval and religious art, as well as weaponry. Ticket prices include access to restrooms, as well as a cafe. They are open from 10am to 5pm on weekdays and until 7pm on Saturdays and Sundays.

The Swiss National Museum also has an excellent display of artifacts. It has many exhibits, including an impressive collection of ancient artifacts, as well as several ornate rooms. During the middle of October, they offer a special program to teach visitors about woodcarving and resin tapping.

The Swiss Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art is the country's largest contemporary art museum. It has a stunning building with a magnificent central atrium. The museum is home to international artists and offers temporary exhibitions.

The Swiss National Museum has a comprehensive overview of Switzerland's history, including artifacts and displays. It also offers a free English audio guide, as well as a nifty souvenir shop. It is located in a historic castle-like building in the Kreis 1 district of Zurich. You can also visit the nearby International Monument to the Reformation.

There is also a very impressive museum to see in the town of Lucerne. This is one of the most popular stops on the Haute Route, which is a series of excursions across Switzerland. There is an exhibition on the history of the Olympics in Lausanne, and a cafe offering spectacular views of Lake Geneva.

The Swiss Museum of Transport is another worthy destination in the Lucerne area. It is home to several museums, including a planetarium and a rail transport hall. In addition, there is a museum of Swiss crafts and design. You can also book a guided tour of the museum.

There are plenty of other attractions in the area. You can also get a taste of the region's beer, chocolate, and friendly people. The Rhine Falls are a must-see, and you can take a boat tour of the falls. If you have time, you can also visit the Munot Fortress, which is built in the 16th century.

In addition to the Swiss Museum of Transport, Lucerne is home to the Ariana Museum, which boasts one of the largest collections of ceramics in the world. It is also the only museum in Switzerland that has a dedicated kiln.

It is also worth noting that the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art is located right next door. The building's central atrium is a gorgeous place to spend a few minutes, and you will find a nice selection of books and periodicals in the Study Center.

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