Appenzell

The capital of the half canton of Appenzell Inner-Rhoden, northeastern Switzerland, in the Sitter Valley, south of Sankt Gallen.

The town of Appenzell may seem a bit touristy at first glance, especially in summer. Still, that’s a small price to pay for the preservation of a town’s heritage–and if you see a farmer walking barefoot with an earring dangling from one ear, you can be sure that he isn’t doing it to impress the rubes from the city.

Ascona

Basel

Capital of the half canton of Basel-Stadt (with which it is virtually coextensive), northern Switzerland. It lies along the Rhine River, at the mouths of the Birs and Wiese rivers, where the French, German, and Swiss borders meet, at the entrance to the Swiss Rhineland.

Bellinzona

Bern

Capital city of Switzerland with pretty river view. Its old city, built in 12th century, was listed in World Culture Heritage.

Biel

Brienz

Brig

Chur

Davos

Einsiedeln

Fribourg

Geneva

Located in the far southwestern corner of Switzerland, Geneva is one of Europe’s most cosmopolitan cities. It has served as a model for republican government and owes its preeminence to the triumph of human, rather than geographic, factors.

Grindelwald

This mountainscape and the numerous lookout points and activities make Grindelwald one of the most popular and cosmopolitan holiday and excursion destinations in Switzerland, and the largest ski resort in the Jungfrau region.

Interlaken

Lausanne

The headquarters of the International Olympic Committee are at Lausanne, and an Olympic Museum, surrounded by a public park, opened in 1993.

Lauterbrunnen

Lauterbrunnen is a municipality in the district of Interlaken in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. The municipality lies in the Lauterbrunnen Valley and comprises the villages Lauterbrunnen, Wengen, Mürren, Gimmelwald, Stechelberg and Isenfluh. It is easy to get to Jungfrau from here and it is also famous for Trümmelbach and Staubbach waterfalls.

Leukerbad

Locarno

Lucerne

The most beautiful city and always be regarded as a MUST visit in Switzerland. You will be impressed by the lovely Chapel Bridge as well as the saddest lion of the world. If the weather is fine, taking a boat trip to the mountains would be a great idea. Rigi, Pilatus, and Tiltis will provide you a unforgettable memory.

Lugano

Lugano – Sightseeing

Montreux

Neuchâtel

Olten

Rapperswil

Saas-Fee

Schaffhausen

Solothurn

St. Gallen

The capital of Sankt Gallen canton, northeastern Switzerland, in the Steinach Valley, just south of Lake Constance (Bodensee). The most notable landmarks are the abbey church and the former monastic buildings. University of St. Gallen has a high reputation of economics in Europe.

St. Moritz

Thun

Visp

Winterthur

Zermatt

It is located at the northern base of the Matterhorn in the German-speaking and predominantly Roman Catholic section of the canton. Zermatt is famed as a ski resort and as a tourist destination.

Zug

Zurich

The biggest city and financial center in Switzerland. Most of the tourists choose Zurich as their first stop in Switzerland due to its international airport. A street near Zurich main station called Bahnhofstrasse is one of the most expensive street in the world. You won’t miss it!