Switzerland is a mountainous country, home of crystalline lakes, castles, villages and the high peaks of the Alps. The country offers some of the world’s premiere skiing destinations and hiking trails. In Switzerland, you will experience lasting memories of a cherished honeymoon and recall each other’s heart over and over again after returning home.
We are going to summon up honeymoon destinations in Switzerland:
1. Zurich – A tourist destination of extraordinary charm
Zurich is on either side of River Limmat, originating from Zurich Lake. The town is neighboured by sky-kissing mountains and Alps in the background with lush greenery. Zurich point of interest is Lake Zurich offering plenty of water-activities like – sailing, wake-boarding, hiking, kite surfing etc. Some of the must-see attractions of Zurich include – Swiss national museum, Grossmunster Cathedral, St. Peter Church, Uetilberg, Fraumünster Church, Fluntern, Zürich Opera House and Zürich Zoologischer Garten. With exotic nightlife, best dining and spa in luxurious resorts, the Zurich is a real delight for tourists.
Geneva is a cosmopolitan Swiss city that lies at the southern tip of Lake Geneva. Geneva surrounded by the Alps and Jura mountains, the city has views of dramatic Mont Blanc. It point of interests are Jet d’Eau, St. Pierre Cathedral, Palace of Nations, Grand Theater de Genève and International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum. Wine villages, nightlife, rolling pastureland, castles are other attractions of Geneva.
3. Swiss Alps
Swiss Alps – the Alpine region of Switzerland represents a major natural feature of the country along with the Swiss Plateau and the Swiss portion of the Jura. Refresh yourself in the cool atmosphere of snow-carpeted Swiss Alps as these gently rolling hills, fragrant fields, pristine lakes make your honeymoon most romantic. Alps conjure up images of snow-capped mountains, wildflower meadows and picturesque market towns. While touring Alps you can enjoy activities like view-soaking, thrilling bike rides and rugged hikes. Time spent in the Alps would give you the memories of lifetime.
4. Rhine Falls
By stand high above the Europe’s largest waterfall, feel the roar and vibration of the water – this can be experienced at the Rhine Falls near Schaffhausen. The Rhine Falls is the largest plain waterfall in Europe. With boat ride to the Rhine Falls Basin one can reach castles and even the mighty rock in the midst of the waterfall.
Locarno – the lowest town in Switzerland located on the northern shore of Lake Maggiore. It is the town with the warmest climate and seems like a soothing host spot. The focus of Locarno is the famous “Piazza Grande”, a busy square surrounded by charming old houses and just off the palm-lined lakefront. The Piazza Grande is enjoyed locals as well as by tourists, attracted by the shopping arcades, cafes and restaurants. Locarno is recognized worldwide for its International Film Festival, the biggest cultural event in Switzerland and one of the most important ones in Europe and it is the time when Piazza Grande becomes a huge open-air cinema screen.