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As a relatively small country, Switzerland never ceases to surprise with its remarkable diversity. Four official languages are spoken on a mere 40,000 square kilometres and the climate varies between arctic cold in winter and Mediterranean warmth in summer. With over 1,500 lakes, Switzerland is considered the water castle of Europe and the Alps make up over 50% of the land mass. If you've ever started your day on the Rhine in Basel and ended it on Lake Maggiore in Ticino, you know that a three-hour train ride in Switzerland can transport you to another world. Let us take you to all corners of this diverse country and introduce you to the sights, destinations and our Swiss Activities tips.
Switzerland consists of 26 cantons and roughly of three major geological regions: the Alps, the Jura and the Swiss Plateau. The Alps are composed of the pre-Alpine region, the high-Alpine region and the southern side of the Alps. The country is divided into 13 tourist regions, which also include the neighbouring Principality of Liechtenstein. The Swiss Activities travel guides are located in these regions to bring you closer to a destination. No matter whether it is a mountain peak, an attraction, a city or an entire region. You will find exciting content such as the highlights, possible activities, the geographical location, important information about the journey and the climate as well as our best Swiss Activities tips.
When you think of Switzerland, you often have an image of snowy mountains, turquoise lakes, delicious chocolate or strong-smelling cheese in your mind's eye. In fact, there is an incredible amount to discover in Switzerland. Whether you're looking for a medieval castle or a breathtaking glacier, whether you want to stroll through a lush vineyard or a dreamy old town alley, or whether you want to glide across a turquoise-blue lake aboard a historic paddle steamer or sportily in your own kayak, Switzerland leaves nothing to be desired. The Swiss Activities travel guides bring you closer to all aspects of Switzerland - starting with the breathtaking Jungfrau Railway and ending with a visit to the Museum of Transport in Lucerne.
The Pfingstegg is reached by mountain railroad in summer. On the Pfingstegg you can fly through the forest with the Fly-Line or whiz down the Toboggan.
The Männlichen is accessible by mountain railroads from Wengen as well as from Grindelwald. It is located in the middle of the Jungfrau region.
Rigi - The Queen of the Mountains
The Rigi is called the queen of the mountains in Switzerland. The Rigi cable cars provide access to the mountain massif from all sides all year round.
Schynige Platte - Top of Swiss Tradition
The Schynige Platte is located in the middle of a mountain hiking area and reflects light intensively.
Monte Tamaro is a summer mountain for fun and games and is accessed by a gondola lift. Cycling competitions are held regularly.
OANA Surf - the indoor citywave
Surfing on the Oana Citywave in the large leisure center in Ebikon. Oana offers training for beginners or professionals, in groups or private lessons.
The diversity of Switzerland does not make it easy to find your way through the jungle of possibilities, activities, excursion destinations and sights. That's why Swiss Activities has a variety of articles, lists and insider tips for specific questions. They are meant to inspire, inform and entertain you. Here you will find ultimate guides, articles with thematic listings as well as general information on all kinds of topics concerning Switzerland.