Why visit Switzerland?

Switzerland map outline

Switzerland! We know it is scenic… we know it is mountainous… we know it makes a great holiday destination… But there’s more to this devastatingly beautiful land… there is a lot more to Switzerland than the chocolates, cheese, cuckoo clocks, luxury timepieces, trains and of course Roger Federer. This is a country with more than 1500 lakes, a country which is 70% covered in mountains…. Its inviting landscapes, the hiking-biking trails, lakes, and snow-capped mountains make Switzerland apt for outdoors. A country made up of several distinct cultures including German, French, Italian, Roman – each of them is reflected in the unique Swiss way of life…

Most of the locals are fluent in English; language is not an issue in Switzerland.  Switzerland is one of the cleanest and safest states. Whether you are a solo traveler, or traveling with friends and family or are on a Honeymoon, Switzerland and its picture-perfect landscape will be a delight.

And who can ignore the somewhat bizarre, sometimes tragic, but always treasured traditions and folklores – the stories of dragons, witches, Dwarfs, and Alps… The Swiss experience is incomplete without them…


It is ideally located for a quick getaway to other cities as it borders Germany, Italy, France, and Austria. There are good train connections to travel to these cities from Switzerland

Don’t forget to buy yourself a Swiss Watch and some Swiss chocolates.


Switzerland Experiences

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Best places to visit in Switzerland

Zurich: It is an all-weather destination; you can enjoy the pleasant weather in summer and indulge in skiing & sledding in winter.  Lake Zurich, old town, Zurich museum and the market place all are a must see.  Zurich is also an extremely vegetarian and vegan-friendly city.


Lucerne: It is a small town but it is set against a beautiful backdrop of the Alps and a beautiful lake which retains medieval town look.  

Interlaken: Discover the village in a relaxed fashion and have your fill of viewing the 3 famous mountains – Eiger, Monch, and Jungfrau. Interlaken is a traditional resort town nestled in between mountains, lakes, and forests.  This town offers some of the best views of the Swiss Alps. It also has many outdoor activities for adventure seekers, and beautiful lakes cruise around.

Montreux: The town by the Lake Geneva bay, is surrounded by vineyards and is against the backdrop of snow-capped Alps. It is also known for its international festivals, such as the International Choral Festival (following Easter), the Montreux Jazz Festival and the September Musical Concert. The world famous Jazz festival of Montreux takes place in the months of June-July and features concerts, which are organized in several places. It is also known for its nightlife with bars and nightclubs. Christmas market in Montreux is a great place for shopping souvenirs and gifts.

Geneva: It is the International headquarters for numerous organizations. It retains the old world charm with its cobblestone streets, antique stores, and art galleries.

Zermatt: Quaint village at the foothills of Matterhorn, Zermatt is known for ski resorts as well as the mountaineering activities in the Swiss Alps. Walk across the  hanging suspension bridge

Lugano: It is an Italian speaking town, and the Italian influence is reflected in its architecture and cuisine.  It is also a town of parks and flowers, villas and sacred buildings.


Top things to experience in Switzerland

Excursion to Jungfraujoch

The highest train station in Europe, the Jungfraujoch is at 3454 meters. Enjoy the views of the snow-capped mountains and the 22 km long Aletsch glacier.

Ride the Glacier Express for a thrilling ride to St.Moritz

Watch the unfolding scenery and get awed – the deep Rhone Valley, the Oberalp Pass and the impressive Rhine Gorge

Cruise across the Lake Lucerne

on a paddle steamer and also enjoy a Cable car ride at Snow sledding at Mt Titlis

Explore Rhine Water falls

Take an exciting boat ride through the falls and also keep a lookout for special events such as the spectacular annual fireworks display held on 31 July.

Indulge in Gastronomy

The multicultural influence is reflected in the Swiss food . There is Saffron Risotto for the Italian-speaking region, Raclette (hot cheese dribbled over potatoes) for the French-speaking region and Landjager (semi-dried sausages) for the German-speaking part. But a few dishes, such as rosti and cheese fondue are eaten across the country. Take a trip to any of the 21 chocolate factories scattered around the country

Visit the Matterhorn

Remember the iconic landmark featured in the brand logo of Toblerone and Paramount pictures! Welcome to Matterhorn. It is also is famous for its almost-perfect four-sided pyramidal peak

Romantic Train rides

Sit back, relax and enjoy the view on a train journey from one city to another

Cogwheel train ride at Mt Pilatus


Things to note

The best time to visit Switzerland is during the shoulder seasons, between April and June, and September to October, when the weather is at best, and there aren’t too many tourists.
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What our Travellers Say

Nikita YadavBeyonder Traveller - Georgia

I have lived my life with the simple philosophy of “Places. Faces”. So i had to go on this pursuit of everything wonderful about life,


sunshine over the mountains, delicious wine and warmest people. I found it all.It was a dream come true and an ultimate testimony to a girl’s endeavour to self dependence.

I couldn’t have been so fearless and so carefree had this wonderful agency, Beyonder, not worked so hard behind the curtains to make it happen for me. I savoured every moment of this trip as you sip a beautifully aged wine because I knew they are looking out for me.

The itinerary was curated to give me plenty of time to myself yet I covered so many places that my heart was full. The biggest surprise was the food that the team arranged for me at beautiful restaurants. I am a vegetarian and I have never enjoyed food while travelling abroad but Georgia was an exception, thanks to Beyonder.

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