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With its four official languages, majestic snow-capped mountains, scenic railways, small villages, picturesque alpine lakes, delicious cuisine, and historical monuments, Switzerland is a magical country sure to delight. Feel inspired by the breathtaking scenery—impressive peaks, thundering waterfalls, mountain lakes, tiny villages, and glacial ice fields—as you ride the world-famous Glacier Express train connecting St. Moritz and Zermatt. Board a mountain train to car-free Zermatt at the foot of the famous Matterhorn, and enjoy the must-see sights in Switzerland's cities, including Lucerne's Chapel Bridge and Lion Monument. But that's not all. You'll also experience activities unique to Globus escorted tours. Sail across sparkling Lake Lugano, visit a traditional chocolate confectionary, and ride Europe's highest cog railway to 10,272-foot Gornergrat, where you'll experience spectacular views of the Alps.

Geneva is home to the UN, the International Red Cross, the World Health Organisation and many more, but it’s not actually the Switzerland’s capital. Nevertheless, it has a well-deserved reputation as a cosmopolitan, highly-efficient and picture-perfect city, where the convergence of many different cultures has produced a unique atmosphere. It’s certainly not the cheapest city in Europe, but there aren’t many places where the quality of life is quite this good and the streets are quite this clean. The city is located around the southern edges of Lake Geneva, with the magnificent Alps as a backdrop.
In the past, Zurich was mostly known for being a centre of banking and commerce, but in the past twenty years it has emerged as one of the leading cities in Europe in terms of fashion, nightlife and gastronomy. This is a city that really has its finger on the pulse, and not only is Zurich a centre of culture, it is also a stunningly beautiful place, surrounded by its lake and the Swiss Alps.
Bern, or Berne to the locals, gained its name from founder Berchtold V. Before attending a hunt, he vowed to name the city after the animal he came across – it turned out to be a bear. Now, the metropolitan city is one of the largest in Switzerland and holidays to Berne provide the perfect chance to take in some cultural sights, brush up on your history and have a lot of fun along the way. A Bern holiday is just over two hours travelling time away and is a fantastic city break with a difference.

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