With ravishing landscapes, attention-grabbing architecture and avant-garde galleries, Switzerland is a once-in-a-lifetime adventure that you will never be able to forget. Here are four otherworldly places in Switzerland that you should visit next!
- Kleine Scheidegg
Kleine Scheidegg, or “Little Scheidegg”, is situated at the foot of the most impressive alpine mountain panorama below and between the Eiger and Lauberhorn peaks in the Bernese Oberland region of Switzerland. It’s a mountain pass at an elevation of 2,061 m, and the name bears the meaning of “minor watershed”. Kleine Scheidegg offers breathtaking views of the world famous triple peaks of Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau.
Iseltwald is a beautiful lakefront village located along Lake Brienz in the Bernese Oberland of Switzerland. The entire village of Iseltwald is designated as part of the Inventory of Swiss Heritage Sites. It’s also a popular destination for backpackers and skiers in the Jungfraujoch region. Iseltwald Landing Stage dock provides the perfect photo op to take amazing pictures of the gorgeous Lake Brienz and the snow-capped mountains.
Located at the foot of Mount Titlis, Engelberg is an alpine town in central Switzerland surrounded by the cantons of Bern, Nidwalden and Uri. Engelberg, which literally means “Mountain of Angel”, is a popular destination in both summer and winter among visitors as a major mountain resort in Central Switzerland.
- Lake Geneva
It’s hard to not fall in love with Lake Geneva. Situated on the north side of the Alps, Lake Geneva, the largest Alpine lake in Europe, is shared between Switzerland and France. Sitting at the southwestern tip of this crescent-shaped lake is the city of Geneva, once a haven for freethinkers from all across Europe. Further east is the stunning medieval Château de Chillon that was built in the 13th century.