As in nearly all Swiss towns, the streets of Thun are wonderfully decorated with flowers.
Are you interested in culture, museums, architecture or shopping? Visit the larger Swiss cities and you'll certainly have a good time.
Do you want to do a lot of sightseeing in the Alps? Then choose a centrally located town with quick train services, and you'll be able to spend your time efficiently.
Are you not sure yet which town(s) to visit? First explore the several regions of Switzerland to see what fits your interests best.
Grindelwald, at the base of the mighty Eiger North face and the Wetterhorn, is literally situated amidst the Bernese Alps. It's a hikers' paradise!
Interlaken is the central town in the Bernese Oberland, and the gate to the famous Jungfrau region. It's an ideal base if you want to explore the entire Bernese Oberland.
Lucerne is ideal for first time visitors. It's compact and lively, and close to many attractions for both good and bad weather.
Enjoy the Swiss Riviera, the best of gastronomy, music and nightlife.
Upper class alpine town which makes a magnificent base for hiking and skiing.
Wengen is a car-free alpine village surrounded by hiking trails and ski slopes. It's a perfect base for excursions to Jungfraujoch, Kleine Scheidegg and Männlichen.
Car free luxurious alpine village surrounded by the highest peaks of Switzerland.
The historical world heritage town center of Bern is well worth a visit.
Brienz is a pretty little lakeside town in the Bernese Oberland, famous for its wood carving.
Davos is the highest town in Europe. Nestled in the Landwasser Valley, Davos is surrounded by mountains and forest.
Make your trip even more convenient by choosing hotels at walking distance of the rail station