Our cities.

Thanks to their manageable size, Swiss cities offer both quality of life and urban flair. Well-preserved historic centers, masterpieces of modern architecture and countless green spaces: you will find it all within a few square kilometers.









St. Gallen

Zurich The cosmopolitan city on the water combines creative city life with beautiful nature. Countless events, a diverse range of museums, its own food festival and the liveliest nightlife in Switzerland: Zurich is a vibrant city day and night. And those looking for relaxation can be in the Swiss mountains in less than an hour. City Bern Zwitserland Bern Hardly any other city has preserved its historical features as much as Bern, the capital of Switzerland. The old town of Bern is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and with 6 kilometers of arcades, the so-called galleries, has one of the longest weather-protected shopping promenades in Europe. City Lugano Lugano Lugano - the largest city in the holiday region of Ticino - is not only Switzerland's third most important financial center, conference, banking and business center, but also the city of parks and flowers, villas and sacred buildings. With a Mediterranean flair, Lugano offers all the advantages of a cosmopolitan city and at the same time the cachet of a small town. City Lucerne Hidden in an impressive mountain panorama lies Lucerne, gateway to Central Switzerland, on Lake Lucerne. Thanks to its unique location on the lake and the nearby mountains for a trip to the Rigi, the Pilatus or the Stanserhorn, the city is the target of many tour groups and individual guests on their journey across Switzerland. City Basel With 40 museums, the cultural city offers connoisseurs the highest 'museum density' in the country. Moreover, Basel has a beautiful city center, modern architecture and the Rhine, which invites you to linger. City Geneve Geneva Hidden between the nearby Alpine peaks and the Jura ridge, the French-speaking city of Geneva lies in the bend where the Rhône leaves Lake Geneva. With its humanitarian tradition and metropolitan flair, the European seat of the UN and headquarters of the Red Cross has been referred to as the "Capital of Peace". City Lausanne Lausanne, the second largest city on Lake Geneva, combines a dynamic business city with the location of a holiday resort. The capital of the canton of Vaud is also a lively university town and a popular conference venue. Sports and culture are of paramount importance in the Olympic capital. City Winterthur Winterthur Winterthur is a treasure trove of art, history and nature. Switzerland's sixth largest city has world-renowned art collections. Other museums and historic buildings, a pulsating old town, an active music and comedy scene as well as extensive parks and gardens give Winterthur a mixture of urban flair and small-town clarity. City Sankt Gallen St. Gallen The manageable metropolis of Eastern Switzerland between Lake Constance and Appenzellerland has an attractive, pedestrianized old town. The colorfully painted bay windows are typical. The foundation area with cathedral and library is a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. City

Premade trips.

Fantastic journeys through the beautiful landscape of Switzerland.

Swiss Cities & panoramic trains

Enjoy Swiss City life and experience our panoramic trains.

Lucerne, Bern, Lugano

3 cities & 3 cultures

Discover the diversity of Switzerland through 3 cities.

Geneva, Lugano , St. Gallen

Swiss Cities at the beach

The refreshing summer break.

Lausanne, Bern, Basel