Activities in Switzerland

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Flying around the Alps

Discover impressive views, the snow-capped peaks of the famous Swiss Alps ranging from Jungfraujoch to the Matterhorn and the different hues of the various lakes from a bird’s eye view. A scenic flight over the Swiss landscape will take your breath away in a chartered aircraft for an up & close view of Alps. You can choose the itinerary that …

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Swiss Miniature Park

It is not impossible to have a few hours journey taking in the whole of Switzerland. Explore SwissMiniatur – Switzerland on a smaller scale with models of the most famous buildings and monuments recreated authentically. With great attention to detail there are 18 trains winding their way through 3560 meters of miniature railway crossing bridges and stopping at stations, whilst …

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Vineyard Ride and Wine Tasting

A different way to discover the majestic landscape of Lavaux – the wine growing region of Switzerland with superb view of the Alps, Lake Geneva, and French villages on the other side of the lake. Lavaux is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and while many prefer to walk along the paved trails, stopping by to taste the wines directly from …

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Chocolate Making

Do you dream of visiting a real chocolate factory? Swiss chocolate is as famous as mountains, clocks or Heidi. And so it should be – it’s smooth and delicious. Experience with all your senses the secrets around the origins and manufacturing of Swiss chocolate and you have many options to choose depending on which chocolate is your personal favorite. Discover …

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Biking in the Alpine Passes or Countryside

There is no better way to experience Switzerland’s fascination than by biking through the Alps or lush Swiss meadows. Weather your dream is to bike through the Ten highest paved cycling climbs in the Switzerland, or take up the “Lite Challenge” – cycling through fields & farmland, along rivers and lake shores. The ride is relatively easy, giving you plenty …

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#myCulturalimmersion

If you talk to a person in a language s/he understands, that goes to her/his head. If you talk to them in their language, that goes straight to the heart. Swiss culture is characterized by diversity, which is reflected in a wide range of traditional customs and languages like German, French and Italian as the major ones along with Romansh, …