|Car Rental Switzerland
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Car Rental in Switzerland can be arranged on arrival at the airport, or while
you plan a short distance trip in the city or pack your bags to
go around Switzerland. You can call up Car Rental Switzerland service providers to book in
advance and obtain Car hire services for your preferred dates.
Bern, the capital of Switzerland built around an extravagant bend
in the River Aare, is an ideal city for relaxed exploration over a
The city is covered in arcades and fountains, offering some of the
most stunning 15-century gothic attractions. The city gives excellent
views of the Bernese Alps.
You can walk along Marktgrasse and Kramgrasse and marvel at the beautiful
arcades and fountains on the way to the Zeitglockenturm, the famous
16th century clock. Heading to the Bärengraben, you can visit
the bear pits where the city’s animal mascots have been kept
since the 19th century.
Bern is a musical city. Apart from its superb Jazz festival in May,
the Bern Symphony Orchestra provides a yearlong soundtrack to experiencing
the city, as well as provides an opportunity for locals and visitors
alike to congregate.
The City is dynamic, friendly, and wonderful place to visit any time
of the year.
Lying at the very heart of the Swiss Riviera, A place often flocked
by Artists and writers such as Lord Byron and Mary Shelley offers
beautiful lakeside walks and the stunning Chillon Castle.
|Chateau de Chillon, Montreux
The castle has a marvelous tower, dungeons, courtyards and numerous
rooms filled with frescoes, weaponry, and furniture. It is said that
Lord Byron scratched his initials on the third pillar in the dungeon
when writing about the fate of Francois de Bonivard who was chained
to a pillar in the dungeons for four years in the 16th century.
It is said to be the most visited historical attraction in Switzerland
all through the year. You cannot afford to miss the opportunity of
paying a visit to the castle while you are here in Switzerland.
You can reach the castle by walking along the lakefront from Montreux
or by taking a train or trolley bus No 1.
Located comfortably on the shore of Lake Geneva, this lively city
belongs to the international community as much as it belongs to the
Swiss: over 200 international organizations are headquartered here.
Geneva with its historical streets and buildings, the museums and
monuments, the city illustrates the creativity and cultural potential
of today's city.
While you are here, you can enjoy its fine location, and strolls around
the lake or even take a boat excursion. The nearby Place du Bourg-de-Four
is the oldest square in Geneva. The Museum of Art & History has
a vast and varied collection in
Cluding paintings, sculpture, weapons, and archaeology.
The hulking outline of Mount Pilatus lords protruding over the lakeside
city of Lucerne is one of the most thrilling attractions of Switzerland.
You can take a cable car to the top of this 2120-meter high granite
mountain and enjoy one of the most awe-inspiring vistas. The views
from the summit extend over the whole range of the Swiss Alps, as
far south as Italy and north to the great Bavarian plain.
Walk the numerous trails, enjoying spectacular scenery as you go.
Descend the other side of the mountain by cog railway - the steepest
such track in the world!
Make your holiday worthwhile!
The most populous city of Switzerland situated some 400m above sea
level, spanning along the Limmat River is reputed to be the most intellectual
and cultural capital of the nation.
The city is famous for its pinstriped gnomes and art galleries, and
for the way it manages finance and aesthetics better than anyone but
The pedestrian streets of the old town contain most of the major sights,
including the elegant Bahnhofstrasse, 13th-century tower of St Peter's
Church, The Swiss National Museum, housed in a pseudo-castle north
of the city centre, provides the ultimate rundown on the life and
times of the Swiss nation.