Regions in Switzerland

For outdoorsy types, Switzerland is quite simply a wonderland. From hiking and biking the mountainous trails around Zermatt in the summer months, to ice-skating on frozen lakes in St Moritz in winter, there’s endless adventure to be had.

Beyond the mountains and lakes, the Swiss countryside is punctuated with lush vineyards, rolling grasslands and meandering rivers, best explored by hot-air balloon, parachute or river-raft – and of course a scenic train journey in Switzerland is an unmissable experience. Ride the iconic Glacier Express and peer through panoramic windows to marvel at the shifting landscape unfolding before you, stopping at quaint villages like Andermatt on the way.

Zurich is a ravishing Swiss city, perfect for a weekend break in Europe and a fantastic base to start your luxury holiday in Switzerland. Straddling the Limmat River, framed by snowy mountains and curled around the crystal-clear Lake Zurich, the city boasts an attractive setting in the north of Switzerland.
Perched 1.8km up in the Engadin Valley in southern Switzerland, St. Moritz is blessed with a heavenly climate, boasting 300 days of sunshine a year. Mighty mountain peaks tower over the glassy Moritz Lake: when frozen in winter it is perfect for ice-skating; while in summer outdoor enthusiasts take to the water for swimming, sailing and stand-up paddle boarding.
Zermatt is an incredibly scenic city, the fabled Matterhorn rising above the town as a perfect backdrop.  Thanks to the numerous climbers who have been attracted by the Matterhorn (it was climbed by Franklin D Roosevelt in 1881), and the simply stunning scenery, Zermatt has become one of Europe's glitziest resorts, and is the ski destination of choice for everyone from royalty to celebrities.
Once a refuge for freethinkers, Geneva is now a sleek cosmopolitan city strung along the southern tip of Europe’s largest Alpine lake.  Full of young people and cultural flair, a holiday to this modern-day hub of luxury watches, delicious chocolate, slick banks and international cooperation beckons to foodies and history buffs alike.
Tucked in the heart of the Swiss Alps, Andermatt is in the skiing spotlight after a massive development of its luxury resorts, going from sleepy village to winter sport central. With an exquisite natural setting, Andermatt resembles a true Swiss storybook, complete with snowy mountains that jostle together to create some fantastic descents towards the authentic and traditional town.

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