As many of you may know, this year I had the chance to live in Switzerland for 3 months during which I tried to experience this country as much as I could. I tried to visit a new place every weekend, and now I decided to create a complete itinerary for you which includes all the places I liked the most. The itinerary lasts 2 weeks and it can be divided into two parts: Western Switzerland and Central Switzerland.
I have been living in Lausanne for almost 3 months now and I really want to share with you the unmissable things to do in this city.
5 day-trips from Geneva by train: 1. Lausanne; 2. Neuchatel;
3. Chillon Castle; 4. Bern; 5. Gruyères
Interlaken is the best place in Switzerland for me. How it is easy to understand, it is called Interlaken because it lies between two lakes: Lake Thun and Lake Brienz. The two lakes, with their super blue water, create a unique landscape and, at the same time, the cities around the lakes are so beautiful that you really don’t want to leave.
Zermatt is a lovely ski-resort in the district of Visp, in the German-speaking section of the canton of Valais, in Switzerland, and it is a place that you cannot really miss if you are in this beautiful country.
The city of Luzerne is one of the most beautiful cities in Switzerland. Here you can find top 5 things you can see in the city in one day (or more if you want).
Switzerland is well known for amazing hiking trails through Alpes, and also the area around Lac Léman is plenty of them. So, last week I planned my weekend trail on my outdooractive.com account and went snowshoeing from Leysin to Solacyre.
Another Sunday spent in Lausanne. Once again the same dilemma. What can I do in this city on Sunday?
It’s winter time! This means that most of the best hiking trails are covered with white fluffy snow, which creates amazing landscapes you don’t get to see during non-winter months. Snowshoeing allows you to enjoy them!
Italiano Walking around Lausanne on Sunday is a surreal experience. The town is so empty that…