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Switzerland

Switzerland :-

1) Geneva :-

Embedded between nearby Alpine peaks and the hilly terrain of the Jura, the French-speaking city of Geneva lies in the bay where the Rhone leaves Lake Geneva.
 
Must To See :-
  • Jet D' Eau :- The “Landmark of Geneva” the 140 meter high water jet at the periphery of the Lake Geneva can be seen from afar.
  • St. Pierre Cathedral :- Visit the north tower of the three naved basilicas in the old town to see some magni cent views of Geneva city and Lake Geneva.
  • Palace of United Nations :- Originally built to house the League of Nations, the Palace of United Nations is worth visiting to see the magni cent Assembly Hall, in addition to the large collection of public art, libraries and landscaped grounds.
  • Cruises on Lake Geneva :- From the cruise boats, visitors may marvel at the unique scenery of castles and magni cent residences set against wonderful landscapes and mountain panoramas.
  • International Museum of the Red Cross :- The birthplace of the International Red Cross houses the only museum that is dedicated to the history and work of this organization.
  • Chamonix Mont Blanc :- The perfect excursion to the picturesque Arve Valley from Geneva to Chamonix (France), one of the most famous mountain villages at the foot of the remarkable and majestic Mont- Blanc.

Indian Resturant :-

  • Café Gandhi Tel. +41 22 731 41 12
  • Spice of India Tel. +41 22 732 71 81
  • Jaipur Tel. +41 22 329 05 04
  • Little India Tel. +41 22 731 11 71
  • Shahi Food Tel. +41 22 738 44 36
  • Royal India Tel. +41 22 731 62 38

2) Interlaken :-

Interlaken lies in the Bernese Oberland between Lake Thun and Lake Brienz. This vacation destination, which is presided over by the three mighty mountains, Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau, is the starting point for numerous activities.
 
Must To See :-
  • Jungfraujoch :- Top of Europe: The highest railway station in Europe, which guarantees 365 days of snow and ice.
  • Schynige Platte near Wilderswil :- Nostalgic rackrailway, fascinating view of Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau, Alpine garden with about 500 plant species and a lot of hiking possibilities.
  • Harder Kulm :- A cableway takes passengers up to Interlaken's "home mountain" which affords a view of the health resort and the whole Jungfrau region. The Alpine wild animal park near the valley station is an experience for children.
  • Heimweh uh : - A nostalgic funicular provides transport to the vantage terrace with a restaurant, all weather toboggan run model railway display and large playground.
  • St. Beatus Caves :- One Kilometer of lit limestone caves with stalagmities, impressive halls and waterfalls accessible by boat, car, bus or on foot on the historic pilgrims way.
  • Indian or Swiss Dinner Cruise :- From may to August enjoy an evening on Lake Brienz with Indian or Swiss Dinner Cruise taking in the spectacular views of the Giesbach Falla and surrounding mountains peaks.
  • Waterfalls :- Trummelbach Falls, Giessbach and Staubbach Falls.
  • Adventure Sports :- Enjoy a plethora of sporting activities like bungee jumping, paragliding, river, rafting, sailing, sky diving, wind sur ng, water sking, horse back riding, helicopter rides, etc.

3) Lucerne :-

Lucerne, the gateway to central Switzerland, situated on Lake Lucerne, is embedded within an impressive
mountainous panorama.
 
Must To See :-
  • Chapel Bridge :- One of Europe's oldest wooden bridges and landmark of Lucerne faithfully restored to its original design after a serious Fire.
  • Culture and Convention Centre of Lucerne (KKL) :- Unites a large concert auditorium, the convention centre and the art museum under its imposing roof.
  • Swiss Museum of Transport :- One of the most diverse museums in Europe for transport and communication, and the most-frequented museum in Switzerland. Has its own IMAX cinema on site.
  • Lake Lucerne :- The scenic beauty of the lake can be discovered on the many different cruises offered by paddlewheel steamers and motor vessels.
  • Mt. Titlis :- The perfect day excursion! Travel from Lucerne to neighbouring Engelberg and then up to the the highest mountain in central Switzerland by the Rotair.
  • Pilatus :- The Dragon Mountain and its famous Golden Round trip fascinates visitors with its view from 7000 feet above sea level.
  • Lion Monument :- The dying Lion of Lucerne is one of the world's most famous monuments.

Indian Resturant :-

  • Restaurant Masala Tel. +41 41 240 12 64
  • Restaurant Kanchi Tel. +41 41 410 67 08
  • Taj Palace Tel. +41 41 410 70 20
  • Tandoori Indian (in Ebikon) Tel. +41 41 340 52 96

4) Zermatt :-

Zermatt lies at the foot of the Matterhorn. The town’s touristic development is closely linked to what is most probably the world’s most famous mountain. Zermatt epitomizes the image of Switzerland: high-alpine, awe-inspiring and original.
 
Must To See:-
  • Matterhorn Glacier Paradise/Klein Matterhorn :- The highest place in Europe (3883 m) that can be reached by a cableway, with a viewing platform and the highest glacier palace in the world.
  • Matterhorn Museum :- Houses the items of equipment used during the rst ascent of the Matterhorn in 1865 which ended tragically.
  • Rothorn Paradise :- The Rothorn Paradise gives you a view of the Matterhorn from its most beautiful side. The view of the Dufourspitze and the Weisshorn with the Matterhorn looming between them is just breathtaking.
  • Sunnegga Paradise :-The paradise for families. From Zermatt, you can arrive at the Sunnegga paradise (2,288 m. above sea level) in only 3 minutes with the underground funicular railway. From the spacious sun terrace of the restaurant, you can then enjoy a wonderful view of the Matterhorn.
  • Gornergrat :- With its viewing platform that can be reached throughout the year, the Gornergrat, at an altitude of 3,089 m above sea level, has been a big attraction for the last 111 years.
  • Gorner gorge :- A footpath across narrow bridges and steps as well as a xed rope route guide visitors through the deeply scarped gorge.
  • Village of Findeln :- Original Valais settlement with a small chapel; it has Switzerland's highest rye crop elds at an altitude of 2100 metres.
  • Helicopter sightseeing flight :- Eye-to eye with mountaineers, and a bird's eye view of the imposing peaks that surround Zermatt.

Indian Resturant :-

  • The Pipe Tel. +41 79 758 53 24

5) Montreux :-

The town of Montreux nestles in a sheltered Lake Geneva bay, surrounded by vineyards and against the breathtaking backdrop of snow-covered Alps. The Montreux Jazz Festival, which takes place in June/July and features concerts on a variety of stages and parks is very famous.
 
Must To See:-
  • Rochers-de-Naye :- The Rochers-de-Naye rack-railway, after overcoming a difference in altitude of 1600 Montreux metres, reaches one of the most beautiful vantage points in western Switzerland
  • Golden Pass Line :- The panorama train operates between Montreux, Gstaad and the Bernese Oberland with connections to Lucerne.
  • Lake Geneva Shipping Company :- The ships, some of which are still powered by paddles, take visitors to the picturesque lakeside resorts.
  • Chillon Castle :- Located on a rocky island near the shore featuring forti ed walls and towers; the prison in which Bonivard was held in chains for four years and which provided Lord Byron with the inspiration for his famous poem "The prisoners of Chillon" in 1816 deserves particular attention. Nowadays the castle is a museum.
  • Montreux Jazz Festival :- Since its beginning in 1967 the festival has developed into a big event which frequently features the greatest jazz, blues, rock, world music and soul musicians (June/July).
  • Comedy Festival :- The humour festival every year brings together the most famous comedians from the French-, German- and English-speaking areas (December).
  • Christmas Market :- One of Switzerland's famous Christmas Markets with numerous attractions and over one hundred decorated wooden houses brimming with gifts (December).

6) Lausanne :-

Lausanne, the second-largest city on Lake Geneva, combines a dynamic commercial town with the locality of a holiday resort. The capital of the canton of Vaud is also a lively university and convention town. Sports and culture are given a high prole in the Olympic capital. The attractive old town is largely car-free. Small alleyways with cafes and boutiques shape the streetscape in the medieval city center.
 
Must To See:-
  • Lausanne old town with cathedral – The impressive cathedral is surrounded by beautiful, car-free roads and is regarded as Switzerland’s most impressive piece of early Gothic architecture.
  • Olympic Museum – Provides an overview of the history of the Olympic games, from the rst 1896 summer games in Athens through to the present day.
  • Lake Geneva cruise – Paddlewheel steamers and motor vessels highlight the attractions of the Lake Geneva region as seen from the water.
  • Musee de l’Art Brut – A unique, worldwide collection of works of art created by outsiders in psychiatric clinics and prisons.
  • Fondation de l'Hermitage – The foundation presents changing art exhibitions of the highest calibre in a magni cent setting dating from the 19th century.
  • Train des vignes – Leisurely train journey onboard the «Train of Vines» from Vevey to Chexbres through the winegrowing region of the Lavaux, high above Lake Geneva.

Indian Resturant :-

  • Anar Kali Tel: 021 624 8300
  • Delices Indiens Tel : 021 311 24 45
  • Maharaja Tel: 021 624 3033
  • Begum Tel : 021 624 2279
  • Laxmi Tel : 021 323 03 13