Articles about resorts and cities in Switzerland and Austria
Leukerbad is roughly an hour’s drive from Bern – the Swiss capital city – at an altitude of 1400 meters above the sea level and is a health resort. Our company is looking forward to providing you with executive-class cars or buses, as well as render VIP transfer services from Zurich, Basel or Bern airports to Switzerland resorts, so that you can comfortably relax after your flight when having a trip to the resort.
Located at the confluence of the Limmat river with lake Zurich not far from the Alps, Zurich is not only the financial but also the cultural center of Switzerland, as well as one of the cities offering the highest quality of life and being the most expensive in the world. Although many people know it due to its luxury shops, the city also enjoys a rich historical and cultural heritage of its magnificent old town and numerous tourist attractions such as museums, art galleries, parks, churches and viewing decks that are worth getting to know.
In the north-eastern part of Switzerland, not far from Zurich city, a magnificent thermal resort Bad Ragaz stationed itself conveniently. You can get here from this city by train or by booking in the company "SWISSTRIP" a transfer from Zurich airport directly to your hotel. The road will take no more than an hour. Despite being a very small town, Bad Ragaz is extremely popular, since many businessmen who come to Zurich manage to combine a business trip with a visit to this respectable medical resort.More details
The Principality of Liechtenstein is one of the few pocket countries, and it lies between Austria and Switzerland. You can get here from Zurich city by ordering a VIP and premium class transfer from company "SWISSTRIP". Despite its size, the state of Liechtenstein is quite a developed one, with the standard of living being rather high here. The country is home to approximately forty thousand people. Due to the fact that the country is rather small and the standard of living is high, the law enforcement here employs no more than one hundred and twenty people.More details
In that part of Switzerland where German-speaking residents predominate, Lucerne town is situated, lying on the banks of a large lake Vierwaldstättersee against the backdrop of a magnificent Alpine landscape. Here, there is a bridge featuring a tiled red roof, which is famous for being known as the oldest wooden bridge in Europe that connects the banks of the river Reuss. It is as many as 198 meters long. This bridge has long been accepted as the town symbol.More details
On Geneva Lake opposite the embankment, there is the symbol of Geneva – Jet d’Eau fountain (“the water flow”). It can be seen from almost any point and as popular with the Swiss as the Eiffel tower is with Parisians. Most official and charitable events in Switzerland use the image of this fountain for their symbols. The fountain is a powerful water jet that spurts 140 meters upwards. Every second, the pumps lift up about 500 liters of lake water.More details
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