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Sights

Switzerland may be a small country but Switzerland's tourism is anything but miniscule. Soaring Alps and glaciers dominate the top Swiss places to visit – there are more than 200 peaks higher than 3,000m – alongside Switzerland's bucolic countryside, ancient castles, clear turquoise lakes and breathtaking mountain peaks in every direction. The top Swiss foods make travelling around Switzerland a regional surprise, and once you learn the top Swiss fact, it's easy to see this tiny country has a lot to offer.

Altes Rathaus
Old Town Hall Lucerne - sample mixing elegant Renaissance architectural features and characteristics of the canton. Unlike their counterparts in other European cities, Lucerne Town Hall was designed and built as a commercial building, and only then are met the city council. Today it is just like before mass of shops, while the upper floors serve as a concert hall and exhibition halls.
Barengraben
Bear Park - an open cage on a gentle slope of the Aare river, so you can look at the bears just walking behind the fence enclosure. All visitors can see the life of the local bears - Bjork, Finns and their offspring Ursino. The second cub bear couple - Bern - in July 2013 was transferred to the zoo Bulgaria Dobrich due to increased conflict.
Watch for bears is best from spring to autumn, as winter is traditionally bears hibernate.
Berner Munster
The history of the Berne Cathedral began in the 13th century with the construction of a small church in the Romanesque style, dedicated to the early Christian martyr St. Vincent Zaragoza and belonging to the Teutonic Order. 100 years later, the congregation founded their own parish and the church was rebuilt several increasing its size. Still later, in the 15th century the city grew even more and there is a need in the full council, which began to build around the old church. Completed by the end of the 16th century, the last architectural transformation dates back to 1893, when its famous 100-meter steeple was built on the cathedral.

The interior of the Cathedral of interesting carved wooden choir in the Renaissance style, furniture items and stained glass windows of the 16th century the mid-15th century, the artistic value unmatched in Switzerland.
Bourg-de-Four Square
Bourg-de-Four - one of the business cards of the city, is scheduling appointments, start excursion routes. At Bourg-de-Four in addition to a beautiful fountain and a three-hundred is a number of historical buildings and the city's attractions. So, walking through the area and further away from it you can see the Town Hall, the oldest in Geneva Tavel House, the former Palace of Justice, University of John Calvin and other buildings.
Cathedrale Saint-Pierre de Geneve
The cathedral was built in the early 13th century in a unique style, which have no analogues in the world. The temple was rebuilt many times and eventually isolate a single style of building is not possible, here and Romanesque and Baroque, Classicism, and yet, the Cathedral looks very harmonious. The interior of the church has also repeatedly changed, but now it can be called ascetic, although some have survived and Catholic elements. Because of unique items, extant, in St. Peter's throne remained notorious reformer John Calvin.
Grossmunster
Cathedral Grossmunster - one of the most visited attractions in Zurich, the cathedral is visited not only for the sacraments of faith and religion, but also in order to climb to the observation deck with panoramic views, where you can enjoy, climbing the tower of the cathedral - at a glance see the building " old "town and the picturesque lake Zurich. In the cathedral there is no elevator, so the winding stairs of the temple would have to go on foot.
Kapellbrucke bridge
Kapellbrücke bridge - old bridge in the Swiss city of Lucerne on the river Reuss, is the oldest wooden covered bridge in Europe, and certainly one of the main attractions of the Swiss city of Lucerne and the symbol.

First pedestrian bridge took in 1365, and since then the movement here never stops, day or night: the locals hurry Affairs of the old town into a modern and tourists, on the contrary, slowly strolling along Chapel, looking at 111 ancient paintings , telling about the history of Switzerland.

By the way, according to statistics Chapel Bridge - one of the most photographed sights in Switzerland.
Kunsthaus
The collection, which has a Zurich museum Kunstaus, the envy of any European gallery. So, in the exhibition halls of the museum you can get acquainted with the works of painters from the 15th century to the present. The exposition of the museum Kunsthaus are often presented creations of Picasso, Claude Monet, Peter Rubens, Van Gogh, Dali and other famous artists.
Lake Brienz
No other lake in Switzerland has such incredible blue hue of water as Lake Brienz: it flickers then turquoise, then casts a silvery gray-blue tint. Around the lake rise the steep rocky mountains. Lake Brienz (for him -. Brienzersee) not just accept the cleanest lake in Switzerland.
Lucerne lake Vierwaldstättersee
Lake Lucerne - one of the most picturesque places in Switzerland, it hits hits first-class hotels and a variety of entertainment: here you can rent sailboats, motor boats, windsurfing equipment, water skis and bikes, and you can just relax and sunbathe in the two green resort areas adjacent to city.
Notre Dame Basilica
Notre Dame - the main Catholic church in Geneva, built in the mid 19th century in the Gothic style. The main shrine housed in the Basilica of Notre Dame, - a sculpture made of white stone of the Virgin Mary. Notre Dame has a rich decoration, it is decorated with numerous reliefs and stained-glass windows. The very same building is made entirely of sandstone, which is rare for Geneva facilities.
Palazzo federale
Federal Palace in Bern - the main city building with rich interior, he is one of the newest attractions in Bern and was built in the years 1894-1902, the construction has been expended the sum of 7 million Swiss francs in the building decoration widely used local limestone green, so that the building looks out very Swiss. In 2006-2008, the Federal Palace was held a large-scale reconstruction, and now appears before the tourists in the sparkling new form.
St.Beatus-Höhlen
St. Beatus Caves - this is one of the most unique natural attractions in Switzerland, which are located just 6 km from Interlaken. The caves are formed of limestone and granite, shegenda says that once, in these ancient caves inhabited by dragons, and left the place when there found shelter St. Beatus. He lived as a hermit in a mountain cave, and according to legend, was fighting with a dragon.

Caves conveniently covered, and inside, among the stalactites and stalagmites, laid comfortable tourist route.
Swiss Museum of Transport (Verkehrshaus der Schweiz)
Museum of Transport in Lucerne - perhaps the best, not only in Europe but also worldwide. Here, on an area of 40 thousand sq.m. housed more than 3,000 exhibits - from miniature copies of the car and canoes to steam train and even plane! The Swiss Museum of Transport - one of the most innovative and interactive museums in Europe, so it is fun to spend time both adults and children.
Swissminiatur
Switzerland in miniature (it Swissminiatur.) - Miniature park located in Melide near Lugano, in the Italian-speaking canton of Ticino, Switzerland. In the park, an area of more than 14 000 sq. m. The exhibited models of architectural objects of Switzerland, made in 1:25 scale. Also in the park operates a miniature railway (length 3560 m), the motorway with moving vehicles, an airport with model airplanes, ships sailing on the waterways and thousands of human figures.
Zoo Zurich
Zurich Zoo - one of the best and most interesting in Europe, its territory is divided into continents, in each of which he recreated the typical climatic conditions. All animals live in their natural environment. Zurich Zoo is open all year round. In summer, the complex is open from 9:00 to 18:00, closed an hour earlier in winter.
Zytglogge Clock Tower
Clock tower with magnificent medieval astronomical clock - the card of Bern and the most popular souvenirs from the plot. Zytglogge - the so-called Swiss Tower - is the honorary title of one of the oldest watch towers of the country, its construction dates back to the 13th century.

The original Clock Tower was built in the years 1218-1220 with defensive purposes to protect the western outskirts of Bern. With the growth of the city in the direction of all the tower more than was provided in the city, yet has not lost its protective function - in the 15th century it was used as a prison and later received its own clock - and since then countdown in Bern was conducted exclusively under the blows bells Clock Tower . In addition it is from here began to measure the distance from the city - something like the "zero kilometer".
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