Located along the Rhine River bordering France and Germany, Basel, Switzerland thrills visitors with its medieval old town, top museums and classic Swiss dining.
Travel in Switzerland
With the help of a mountain guide, anyone in good physical shape can summit these five easy mountain climbs in the Alps.
There’s no better way to explore the Swiss Alps than on foot. From hiking in the Lauterbrunnen Valley to the peaks near Interlaken or the alpine meadows of Schynige Platte, hiking in Switzerland is an activity the whole family can enjoy.
From rural alpine chalets to the cobblestone streets of Ascona, Switzerland’s varied landscape has plenty to offer travelers who appreciate good food, obscure wine, and a unexpected conglomeration of European culture.
Sometimes the best way to see Switzerland is from the deck of a boat.
Who needs to rent a car? Traveling by train in Europe is efficient and cost-effective. From Eurail passes to point-to-point tickets, here’s what you need to know about train travel in Europe.
Fall is one of the best times to experience Switzerland’s largest city.
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We had expected beautiful alpine villages in Switzerland, but also found a land rich with cultural diversity.
For centuries, the Gruyère region of Switzerland has been honing its craft — and feeding it to the world.
Climbers create a magical string of lights in this unusual event in the Swiss Alps.