Zurich - Schaffhausen
There is far more to Zurich than its airport, banks and Bahnhofstrasse. Winterthur is also worth a visit, with its museums and rich heritage.
Davos - St.Moritz
The canton of the "Grey League" – part of the old Roman province of Raetia – stretches from the Bünder Herrschaft to the southern Alps.
Furka - Visp
The Valais region comprises countless small valleys leading down to the Rhône Valley, sun-drenched villages on the plains and in the mountains, 45 peaks over 4,000 metres above sea level and a distinctive, bilingual culture.
Neuchâtel - Fribourg
The Pays des Trois Lacs, between the Jura and the Fribourg region, is remarkable for its lakes and for Mont Vully which lies in the middle.
Bern - Lucerne
The Emmental and the Lucerne hinterland are nestled beneath the Napf, a peak encircled by a 100- kilometre road.
Eastern Switzerland offers the Rhine Falls, the orchards of Thurgau, the city of the Prince-Abbots of St. Gallen and – beyond the Appenzell hills – the impressive Alpstein range, Toggenburg, the Rhine Valley and the Glaris region.
This region between the Jura mountains and the Savoy Alps is marked not only by its river and lake, but also by the international city of Geneva.
«Palme e neve»
Tis is to define the most Italian of Swiss cantons in a nutshell. The shores of its lakes reflect an entirely Mediterranean lifestyle and nonchalance, while life in the mountains is harsh and rural.