Switzerland Travel Guide

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Things To Do In Switzerland

Explore the happiest country on this earth, each traveler who visits traveler gets back with a huge smile as it makes everyone happy through its beautiful clear blue skies, lovely weather, and romantic atmosphere. It has something for everyone explore this scenic beauty with our Switzerland holiday packages.
The main shopping zone is centered in the downtown area, which makes it perfect for people on foot. The applauded Bahnhofstrasse - a standout amongst the loveliest shopping territories in Europe - is an unquestionable necessity. Rich design stores, retail chains, boutiques with best quality items (shoes, hides, adornments, porcelain, gems and watches), banks and baked good shops.
The national museum which stands to Zurich main train station is reminiscent of a fairytale castle. It resides within a historic- castle like building in the northern tip of kreis 1. The exhibition hall reviews Swiss workmanship, history and culture from as far back as the fourth century B.C. Shows cover everything from medieval and religious frescoes to weapons and Swiss furnishings. There are likewise a few fancy rooms to explore amid your visit.
The biggest waterfall in Switzerland is the Rhine Falls provides a magnificent spectacle of this 23m tall water plunge. In addition to the falls, one can visit the medieval Laufen Castle, Munot Fortress, souvenir shops, Rhine Fall Park, etc.

It remains one of the most atmospheric parts of the city with its historic buildings and enchanting architecture. It is known for its charming cafes and also termed as the cultural epic centre. As soon as the sun sets, the old town sets the scene for a bustling night life scene with numerous bars and cozy restaurants. Zurich’s Old town is a cultural and surely a social and historical melting pot.