23 Viewpoints to explore in Switzerland
Switzerland is one of the most developed countries in the world, with the highest nominal wealth per adult and the eighth-highest per capita GDP. It ranks at or near the top in several international metrics, including economic competitiveness and human development.
The historical site of the Roman castle. Currently, there is very little of it remains, and it serves as a recreational space, a green oasis, and automobile free space in the old historic city center. Its elevated position makes it a favorite point for tourists to get an overview of the geography of old Zürich.
The Oberbauenstock is a mountain of the Urner Alps, overlooking Lake Lucerne in Central Switzerland. Its 2,117-metre-high summit is located on the border between the cantons of Nidwalden and Uri. It is one of the beautiful places in this area and it also offers some stunning views of this area.
A beautiful mountain that was part of the Bregaglia range in the Swiss canton of Graubünden. The name Badile means spade or shovel. It is because of its shape this mountain got this name. It was one of the quiet risky trekking destinations and also It hives a nice view from the top of the mountain.
The Planetenweg consists of scaled models of the planets (1: 1 billion), and the distances between the planets are also to scale. You can hike from one planet to the other through amazing views of Zurich city on one side and rural scenic Switzerland on the other.
It is one of the main peaks of the Diablerets, a huge ice-covered mountain near the western end of the Bernese Alps. The Scex Rouge is connected from the Col du Pillon (Vaud) by two aerial tramways and from Reusch (Bern) by three, all operated by Glacier 3000.
The Signal de Bougy is the peak heights of Aubonne in the canton of Vaud, long known for the exceptional view it offers on the Lake Geneva and the Alps. This 110-hectare park is a children's paradise. Playgrounds, shows, many outdoor and indoor activities, a wildlife park.
The Tour d'Aï is a beautiful mountain in the western Bernese Alps, overlooking Leysin in the canton of Vaud. The mountain itself has some parts that you can only climb up with the help of the ladders fixed to the rock. From the top, there are amazing views of the Bernese alps as well as Lake Leman and Lake Geneva.