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Rick Steves puts it well by saying that “Geneva is pleasantly situated on a lake, like Buffalo or Cleveland.” The point is, you don't want to go to Geneva unless you've got something specific in mind that you want to see there.
Zurich – The largest city, very expensive, geared towards business travelers Geneva – Second largest city, in the French part of the country, no major sights Basel – Bordering France and Germany, no major sights Lausanne – Near Geneva in the French part of the country, very hilly, and certainly more interesting than Geneva Bern – The capital, compact, on a lovely river, some interesting sights and the best Swiss city to get a feel for the culture If you have 4 or fewer days in Switzerland I wouldn't visit any of the cities listed above.
Lauterbrunnen – A private train line runs from Interlaken Ost station to the end of its line in Lauterbrunnen.
There's a lovely waterfall here and great hiking trails, but you should probably only stay here if you can't get to one of the villages mentioned just below.
If you have 4 or 5 days and want to see the very best of Switzerland, then divide your days between those cities.
They are less than 2 hours apart by direct train, so it's easy to visit both of them even if you only have 3 days.
The places to visit in Switzerland are not obvious until you've been there yourself or done many hours of research, so the list below should be a short cut.
I get hundreds if not thousands of itinerary questions for people who are considering a Eurail trip around Europe, and most people just include the word “Switzerland” among a list of cities like Paris, Rome, and Berlin that they want to visit.
Zermatt is a remote town in southern Switzerland that is famous for being the place to see the Matterhorn mountain.But Zurich isn't even close to being a city like Paris, Rome, Berlin, Amsterdam, or even Vienna.If you skip it in favor of spending more time in the outdoors, you won't be missing much.Unfortunately, Zurich is the most expensive city in the world for travelers, and it's not really very interesting.Geneva is a very famous city (though not for tourism reasons) on a lovely lake of the same name, but it's also notoriously dull and lacking distinction.