In winter, it has become a fairy tale world again. It is white and flawless.
But this is not the most enviable. What is really jealous is that all the towns in Switzerland are basically picturesque.
03. The grandeur and elegance of the eighteenth century
Many people in the city of Lausanne may be a little strange to hear, but when it comes to the “Olympic Capital” many people will suddenly realize. The towering bridge crosses the city’s two rivers, and here you can admire the lake opposite the Alps. This is an old university town, a busy business city.
Lausanne Cathedral is reputed to be the most beautiful church in Switzerland. It is also a signature church in Lausanne and has a Gothic architectural appearance. On the gate, it is a statue carved with Saints from the Bible in the 13th century.
Here as a pilgrimage site to St James’s Way, stroll the winding streets below the cathedral to capture the grand elegance of the late 18th century.
04. Quiet and cozy pocket capital The capital of Switzerland is a place called Bern. The ancient Aare River divides the city into two halves. The west bank is the old city and the east bank is the new city. Seven wide bridges across the Aare river connect the old city and the new city.
The entire old city of Bern is a World Heritage Site.
There are bright streets paved with cobblestones, arcades connected to each other on both sides of the street, ancient houses with bright red tiles and white walls standing against each other, each with its allusions, a pillared fountain in the center of the street, and a gothic cathedral in the 16th century. ..
The bricks and tiles here are stories, and the scenery at a glance.
05. If the most beautiful place in Switzerland is where Switzerland is, many people will think of Lucerne first. This is a sparkling blue lake surrounded by mountains, and it is also the most famous summer resort. The length of time left the city a civilization of ancient human history.
Medieval churches, towers, Renaissance palaces, mansions, and century-old shops, long streets and alleys abound.