Adventure Guide to Switzerland

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Hunter Publishing, Inc, 2006 - Travel - 505 pages
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Nestled in the heart of Europe, Switzerland is a feast for the eyes, with azure-blue lakes that shine brilliantly against the greenest slopes of the surrounding Alps. Its picturesque villages and chic towns are accessible via high-speed trains, which whisk travelers around at amazing speeds, though many opt to travel by longboat on some of the country's tranquil waterways. It is one of the world's most advanced industrialized nations, yet its towns and cities are incredibly clean. It also has the distinction of being one of the oldest democracies. Part-time Swiss resident Kimberly Rinker has l.
 

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Contents

Western Graubünden the Oberalp Pass Road
Central Switzerland
Canton Lucerne LU
Canton Zug ZG
Canton Schwyz SZ
Canton Glarus GL
Canton Uri UR
Canton Nidwalden NW

The People
The Adventures
Travel on a Budget
Zürich Northeastern Switzerland
Canton Zürich ZH
Canton Schaffhausen SH
Canton Thurgau TG
Canton St Gallen SG
Canton Appenzell Innerrhoden AI
Canton Graubünden GR
At a Glance
Chur
Flims
Arosa
Davos
Klosters
Where to Eat
St Moritz
Pontresina
The Berninastrasse Poschiavo Valley
The Val Müstair Region
Southwestern Graubünden
Canton Obwalden OW
Northern Switzerland
Canton BaselStadt BS
Canton BaselLand BL
Canton Jura JU
Canton Solothurn SO
Canton Aargau AG
Canton Bern BE
The Bernese Mittelland
Western Region
Eastern Region
Lake Geneva Western Switzerland
Canton Geneva GE
Canton Vaud VD
Canton Neuchâtel NE
Canton Fribourg FR
Southern Switzerland
Canton Valais VS
Canton Ticino TI
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