Like a luscious swath of green unfolding to reveal its verdant wonders, Bern is the regal keeper of resplendent natural beauty.
A land of green meadows and fertile valleys punctuated by Alpine ridges and crystal blue skies, Graubünden is Switzerland’s largest and most eastern bound Canton (region).
A mythic land of alpine forests and glacier lakes, ancient peoples and the dream of a nation, Luzern is a golden tale of centuries past echoed from exalted peaks.
A wonderland for connoisseurs of the finer things in life, Neuchatel is a cornucopia of delights, from its magnificent Chasselas vineyards and dazzling namesake lake, to the region’s stately chateaus and legacy of fine handmade traditions.
Nestled in the southern most point of Switzerland, Ticino not only shares Lake Lugano and Lake Maggiore with Italy, but also an indelible cultural, historic and gastronomic link with its neighbor, making this Italian speaking canton an intriguing convergence of two distinct identities.
Revered for its majestic Matterhorn and the world class getaways of Zermatt, Saas Fee and Verbier, Valais reigns over a kingdom of sweeping mountainscapes and endless alpine beauty.
Where the faceted peaks of the Jura mountains and Bernese Alps sparkle against the mirror-like waters of Lakes Neuchâtel and Geneva, Vaud is nature’s jewel box of terraced, emerald vineyards, gilded valleys and sapphire skies.
Adorned by the Alps, a spangle of glittering lakes and radiant cities, Zurich has shone as a beacon of Swiss industry and culture throughout the centuries.