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Small-Group Geneva Segway Tour
"Choose from a morning or afternoon tour then head to your meeting point just along from Cornavin train station in central Geneva to meet your guide and hop aboard your Segway. A safe and efficient way of exploring the city Segways are pretty much the most fun you can have on two wheels! Begin your tour with a practice session to master the controls of your Segway then cruise off into Geneva with your guide. Head past local landmarks such as the Brunswick Monument and over the Bergues Bridge to the Old Town and enjoy the feeling of floating effortlessly through the city on your Segway. Spin along the narrow cobbled streets of the Old Town and admire pretty town squares babbling fountains and colorful flowerbeds. Visit Cathédrale de St-Pierre (St Pierre Cathedral) and the Reformation Wall — where significant events of the Protestant Reformation are honored — and gain insight into Geneva’s history. Head on through the Ol
From CHF199.00
 
Geneva Parks and UN Segway Tour
"Choose from a morning or afternoon tour then head to Geneva city center to meet your guide and hop onto your 2-wheeled Segway. Take a moment or two to master the controls of your Segway in safety then spin off into the city to begin your tour. Admire the grand Brunswick Monument on your way to the banks of Lake Geneva then cruise along the water’s edge and take in panoramic views across the lake including the Jet d'Eau.Continue on through Geneva’s beautifully maintained parks and open spaces where majestic trees bow gracefully over colorful flowerbeds and discover the headquarters of some of the world’s major international organizations. The United Nations
From CHF129.00
 
"Private Day Tour of Gruyère
"Private Day Tour of Gruyère Switzerland""You will be picked up from your hotel at 9am with your private van or minivan.Stroll in the charming medieval village of Gruyère with castle and ramparts. Learn more about the cheese production and for the chocolate lovers visit the chocolate factory and enjoy the chocolate tasting!Optional : Visit the castle of Gruyères Adult 10.- CHF supplementVisit the Gigger Museum Adult 10.- CHF  supplementVisit the Tibet Museum Adult 10.- CHF  suppl""Our mission is to delight your senses in a unique journey and leave an unforgettable memory for life of Gruyère.
From CHF1,190.00

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Zurich Card

The first thing we bought in Switzerland when we arrived at Zurich International Airport was the Zurich Card. You really save lots of money when you purchase a Zurich Card. A 24 hour Zurich Card...
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hopang
May 03, 2014

Do I need a Visa for Switzerland?

Switzerland has an exceptional status. Located smack in the heart of Europe it does NOT belong the the EU. It does have several contracts with the EU, though, like Schengen so in some parts our...
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Myndo
Apr 04, 2011

luggage-lockers everywhere

In Switzerland you will find luggage-lockers not only at every trainsstation but also in the stations of cablecars (like the ones in my main photo on top of Diavolezza) Mostly you have to insert...
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globetrott
Jan 06, 2010

WARM CLOTHES IN WINTER

SOMETHING LARGE ENOUGH FOR PLENTY OF WARM CLOTHES!!!! THE TIMES I GO TO SWITZERLAND I TAKE A ROLLING BACK PACK. SOMETIMES THOUGH IN WINTER I NEED MORE ROOM FOR CLOTHES..SINCE THE REST OF THE YEAR I AM...
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Onedragon
Jul 03, 2008

covered from head to toe

make sure to bring a light or heavy jacket/coat especially if you come from a tropical country like me. it wouldn't hurt to bring a pair of gloves, a bonnet, scarf and earmuffs too especially if you...
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uysijessa
May 28, 2007

Electricity and Plugs

The voltage in Switzerland, as in most of Europe, is 230V/50 HzSwitzerland uses type C (2-pin) and Type J (3-pin) plugs (Type C 2-pin plugs also fit J sockets). Check the list in the link to see...
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Myndo
May 05, 2006
 
 
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What Money should I take?

Switzerland is Not part of the EU and does not use the Euro as currency.The currency we have here is the Swiss Frank (abbreviated sometimes as SFr, sometimes as CHF). Only Liechtenstein uses the same...
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Myndo
May 05, 2006

Be prepared!

Lightweight Weather gears is a must! Light coats and comfortable shoes too. The country's network of hiking pathways are very inviting! The weather at the mountain sides is very moody, so better have...
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barbskie
Mar 21, 2005

Pack to Lugano

Your handbag! Deppending on the weather, hard to say when Chiara comes :-D Absolutely Please don't forget to change your money no matter if its American dollars or European Euros, in Switzerland...
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dr.firas
Mar 01, 2005

Useful gear to discover the Swiss Alps...

Warm clothing, a windproof jacket and solid footwear are a must, whatever the time of year. Don’t forget your sunglasses, sun cream and your cap/hat at these high altitudes.And, of course, your brand...
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Tripack
Sep 28, 2004

Going Hiking? These are helpful...

Rain cover for your backpack Don't skimp in buying good hiking shoes - make sure they are well broken in!A good rain jacket and rain pantsSock liners and wool socks - will keep you blister free!...
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ara225
Jul 13, 2004

Packing...

Take a comfortable back pack because you will need to carry it around a bit... Also a day pack is good for those hiking trips and visits to nearby towns... :) Good shoes are a must...you will almost...
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CandS
Jul 01, 2004

Can buy everything here but it probably costs more

If you're travelling a lot by train, most stations have lockers that you can leave your bags in whilst you explore. They cost between CHF 4-6 and are big enough for a rucksack or small to medium sized...
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njhawar
Mar 15, 2003

Hot and Cold

In the summertime, you will experience just about every weather extreme! From the southerly shores of Lake Geneva to the 12,000 foot Jungfrau--be prepared. You'll need comfortable shorts and warm...
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soccergrrl
Sep 13, 2002

Popular Cities in Switzerland

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Geneva

Canton de Genève
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Lucerne

Kanton Luzern
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Zürich

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Interlaken

Kanton Bern
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Zermatt

Canton du Valais
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Bern

Kanton Bern
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Top Hotels in Switzerland

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Rennweg 7, Zurich, Zurich, 8001, Switzerland
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Zentralstrasse 4, Lucerne, Lucerne, 6003, Switzerland
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33 Quai des Bergues, (formerly Hotel des Bergues), Geneva, Geneva, 1201, Switzerland
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Kornhausstrasse 3, Bern 3000
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Zermatt, 3920, Switzerland
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Blumenrain 8, (Formerly Drei Konige Am Rhein), Basel, Basel, CH-4001, Switzerland
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Top Things to Do in Switzerland

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Old Town

Just across from the old arsenal is Geneva's town hall. The oldest part of this is the Baudet Tower which dates from 1455. The Geneva Convention, which sets out the humanitarian rules of war, was...
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Mount Pilatus

The Bustling Town of Kriens is a suburb of the tourist friendly City of Lucerne and is located 6 kilometers west of the Downtown of Lucerne. The town is a popular spillover town for the tourists who...
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Uetliberg

From the train, it's only about a 15 minute stroll to the restaurant and lookout at the top. Great views down over the city and the lake and surrounding mountains. There's a quiet forest where...
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Jungfrau

A train trip to Jungfraujoch station is not exactly a cheap journey, but it's definitely an unforgettable experience. The wonders begin almost as soon as we leave the train station in Interlaken, and...
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Gornergrat

The Gornergrat bahn cog track , takes you from Zermatt to the top of Gornergrat mountain opposite the Matterhorn. The fare is 86 chf return, the Swiss travel pass gives you it at half price. You...
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Bear pit

The bear is the symbol of Bern. They live in the Bear park. I was there september 2015 but the the bears were not. The living area was been upgraded so the bears were on "holiday " Due back at the end...
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globetrott

"Switzerland was my home for more than 5 years"
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dr.firas

"Switzerland like a dream..."
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Tripack

"Welcome to the Heart of The Alps"
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barbskie

"The Heart of Europe"
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"Switzerland"
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