From towering mountain peaks that are snow-capped even in summer, to crystal clear lakes, well-preserved medieval cities, lush alpine pastures and charming villages, it just goes on and on. Switzerland has it all. Switzerland you should visit, most of the way either by car or by train.
Mount Titlis is more than 3,000 meter high (10,000 ft) so you will need warm clothing the whole year round, even in summer, especially if you want to go inside the ice cave or pay a visit to the glacier snow park.more breath taking views of what seemed to be a perpetual picture perfect world, we finally reached Engelberg, just below Mt. Titlis, from where our journey of two different cable cars — a standard cable car, and a revolving one, called the Rotair, started.
The gondola revolved 360 degrees during its five-minute trip, treating its passengers to idyllic panoramic views of steep rock faces, deep crevasses, and the prominent snow-covered mountain peaks. It took a little less than half an hour before I was on the top of Mount Titlis — with a few dozen other happy tourists, half of whom appeared to be Asian.
The historic town of Gruyères has been unaffected by time and takes pride in their exceptional art and cultural exhibitions. You will be enchanted by the architectural charm of Gruyères and enjoy some of the most breathtaking views in Switzerland.
where you can watch the master cheesemakers hard at work perfecting enormous round slabs of famous Gruyère. It’s located outside the old town at the foot of the hill.
Here, you’ll learn the history of the cheese and the intricate details of how it is made After it's done, visitors can enjoy the delicious, freshly made products in the cheese factory's restaurant. At the restaurant you can taste local delicacies featuring the cheese itself.It’s used in many of the classic Swiss dishes like raclette and fondue, so, if you’re a cheese fan, you simply have to visit La Maison du Gruyère.
Upon taking a tour of the factory and learning about the history of chocolate, you can enjoy the chocolate sample room where you can try as much chocolate as you want. There is also a large gift shop selling all varieties of Cailler chocolate so you can be sure to stock up.
Switzerland, with its fairy tale locations and rustic wood chalets, makes it impossible to leave.
Switzerland trip remains incomplete if you don’t hog on their world-famous cheese and hot chocolate. After all the excitement, it’s time to leave but hopefully, had the best 10-days seeing the best places in Europe. It really is so incredible.I have to thank My daughter and Soninlaw for arranging this beautiful trip.