Attractions in Switzerland:
Swiss Alps Bernina Express Rail Tour from Milan:
Take a ride on the Bernina Express, Switzerland's alpine delight. This train journey takes you along one of the most beautiful railway routes in the world – now a UNESCO World Heritage Site – through the Bernina Pass to the exclusive resort of St Moritz at the ‘Top of the World.’ Enjoy a round-trip scenic coach trip and ride a bright red rail car, passing unrivaled landscapes amid the towering peaks of the Swiss Alps, including time to spend in charming Tirano and St Mortiz.
its cobbled streets, colourful fountains, medieval churches and stately buildings, the Old Town is a wonderful place to wander. In Marktplatz check out the impressive rust-coloured Rathaus (Town Hall) , with frescoed courtyard. The 12th-centuryMünster , southeast from Marktplatz, is another highlight, with Gothic spires and Romanesque St Gallus doorway.
Fondation Pierre Arnaud:
Don't miss this stunning art gallery with mountain peaks looming large on its dazzling mirrored facade and silver-leafed edelweiss in the Alpine rooftop garden. Inside is equally brilliant, with the gallery hosting two contemporary art exhibitions each year.
Cathédrale de Notre Dame:
Lausanne’s Gothic cathedral, Switzerland’s finest, stands proudly at the heart of the Old Town.
Queen Studio Experience:
Queen recorded seven albums in this lovingly preserved studio (they also owned the joint from 1979 to 1993), and a visit here will give you a strong sense of their oeuvre and relationship with the town.
Education in Switzerland: List of Universities in Switzerland,
· University of Basel (Basel), German-speaking
· University of Bern (Bern), German-speaking
· University of Fribourg (Fribourg), French- and German-speaking
· University of Geneva (Geneva), French-speaking
· University of Neuchâtel (Neuchâtel), French-speaking
· University of Lausanne (Lausanne), French-speaking
· University of Lucerne (Lucerne), German/English-speaking
· University of Lugano (Lugano), Italian/English-speaking
· University of St. Gallen (HSG) (St. Gallen), German/English-speaking
· University of Zurich (Zürich), German/English-speaking
Food in Switzerland: Swiss cuisine bears witness to many regional influences, including from French, German and Italian cuisine and also features many dishes specific to Switzerland. Switzerland was historically a country of farmers, so traditional Swiss dishes tend to be plain and made from simple ingredients, such as potatoes and cheese. There are many regional dishes in Switzerland. One example is: Zürcher Geschnetzeltes-thin strips of veal with mushrooms in a cream sauce served with rösti. Italian cuisine is popular in contemporary Switzerland, particularly pasta and pizza.