By Nicola Williams, Lonely Planet, Gregor Clark, Kerry Christiani, Sally O'Brien
Lonely Planet Switzerland is your passport to the main correct, updated recommendation on what to work out and bypass, and what hidden discoveries anticipate you. Ski via clean powder within the Swiss Alps, hearken to cowbells whereas having fun with a picnic in a mountain meadow, or dinner party on fondue in Gruyeres; all along with your depended on commute better half. Get to the center of Switzerland and start your trip now!
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Honest experiences for all budgets - consuming, dozing, sight-seeing, going out, procuring, hidden gem stones that almost all guidebooks miss
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Covers Geneva, Lake Geneva, Vaud, Fribourg, Neuchatel, Jura, Basel, Aargau, Mittelland, Bernese Oberland, Valais, relevant Switzerland, Zurich, Northeastern Switzerland, Ticino, Liechtenstein, Graubunden, and extra
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