You asked for it; you got it! By popular request, we now present the 25 best things to do in Switzerland!

Switzerland, officially the Swiss Confederation, is one of those countries that travel buffs like to visit again and again. Are you going there any time in the near future? With so much to do and see, you might need help with your itinerary. We have consulted frequent flyers who have been there more than once to bring you a new list of the best things to do there. Here, in no particular order, here are the 25 best things to do in Switzerland.

1. Chasing Waterfalls

Contrary to what you might have heard in the TLC song, chasing waterfalls in Switzerland is highly recommended. Indeed, the largest waterfall in Europe is located here. Why the Rhine Falls in Neuhausen/Schaffhausen has already become popular with tourists, there are other worthy waterfalls as well.

There are the Trümmelbach Falls, the great Giessbach Waterfalls located at Lake Brienz, and the stunning Staubbach Waterfalls in Lauterbrunnen. Would you like more? There are several waterfalls along the way if you’re traveling from the Italian-speaking section of Switzerland to Zurich.

2. See the Cities

While the cities here are not the largest, you’ll still get that metropolitan feel when visiting. Zurich is a favorite of frequent flyers. It features quaint cafes, vegetarian restaurants, cool clubs, and the world’s most expensive shopping street, the Bahnhofstrasse.

Let’s not forget beautiful Lake Zurich either. In fact, every city has a lake and a “home mountain.” There’s also Geneva too. Famous for its watches, it’s also the home of Lake Geneva, the International Red Cross Committee and its own United Nations office. Beauteous Bern and lovely Lucerne are also recommended stops.
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    • Hi!
      We only had room for the top 25. I tried to touch on night life a tad with the music festivals. Thanks for reading my stuff.

  1. Love the chasing waterfalls immediately when reading it the song popped into my head lol awesome article and great writing

    • I confess, I was once a full-time music journalist, so I often find it impossible to not make musical references. Thanks again for your support.


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