Switzerland can probably satisfy all your imaginations about beauty, and the beauty of fairy tales also exists in reality. Trekking in the Alps, catching the sunset by Lake Leman, listening to the roaring sound of running water by the majestic Rhine Falls... Everything in Switzerland shines with fullness and freshness, and people can't help feeling that the world loves Switzerland so much.

1. Zurich

Zurich is a representative city of the Swiss banking industry and one of the world's financial centers. UBS, Credit Suisse and many private banks are headquartered in Zurich. The FIFA headquarters is also located in Zurich. Zurich is the richest city in Europe, located on the northern shore of Lake Zurich, at the foot of the Alps. The banks of Lake Zurich and the Limmat River are lined with trees and are known as the "Garden City". Here you can visit Lake Zurich, Bahnhofstrasse, China Garden, etc. It is a place not to be missed.

2. Schaffhausen

Quiet city in the northernmost part of Switzerland, known for its rich history and beautiful surroundings. As the name "House of Boats" suggests, Schaffhausen thrived on business dealings on the Rhine. There are many houses decorated with frescoes in the old town, and there are many cultural heritages, including buildings in the Roman architectural style of the 11th century, the Knights' House with beautiful frescoes, the City Hall, and the Bach Music Festival held every 3 years.

3. Everything about the "Rhine"

The Rhine Falls, the largest waterfall in Europe, has been a famous tourist attraction since ancient times. Goethe also wrote an article about this beautiful waterfall. Stein am Rhein is known as the jewel of the Rhine and one of the most medieval cities in Switzerland. The town is small, with almost only one main street, but it attracts tourists from all over the world because of the beautiful murals on the facades of its traditional houses.

4. Lucerne

There is Lake Lucerne, the fourth largest lake in Switzerland, as well as the oldest wooden bridge in Europe, the Capel Bridge; there are majestic and majestic Mount Rigi, rolling forests, and ancient mottled old towns. Lucerne is located in the snowy mountains, but it is not cold at all, but full of enthusiasm. The ancient city at night becomes gorgeous. In winter, all kinds of lanterns adorn the streets, which are very beautiful. The Lake Lucerne here is also a very popular tourist destination in the hearts of Swiss locals and foreign tourists.

5. Spitz

Spiez Castle, built in the 11th century, is now an art gallery open to the public. The town of Spiez is located more than 30 kilometers southeast of Bern, on the edge of a water bay on the south bank of Lake Thun, and belongs to the Bernese Plateau. The clear water here is like a mirror, surrounded by snow-capped peaks, and the air is fresh. It is a famous resort for recreation and water sports in Switzerland.

6. Geneva

Geneva is the second largest city in Switzerland and an international city where international institutions from all over the world gather, so some people joke that "Geneva does not belong to Switzerland". Thanks to the blessing of God, Geneva is surrounded by lakes and mountains, with pleasant four seasons, beautiful lakes and mountains, and picturesque scenery. Colorful cultural events, major and frequent international conferences, warm and pleasant climate, picturesque scenery, coupled with the support of its watch industry and banking industry, which have the status of world giants, Geneva has always attracted thousands of people. It is one of the most popular tourist cities in Switzerland for tourists.