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Holidays in Switzerland

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Language: German, French, Italian, Romansch

Currency: Swiss francs

Local time: GMT/BST+1


Switzerland really has got it all for the perfect getaway at any time of year. The possibilities are endless in the country that has everything from snow-capped mountains to vibrant city centres with incredible nightlife. Chocolate and cheese lovers will find their own slice of heaven in this country. Try a fondue in a mountain lodge, or take a trip to a chocolate factory and taste as many samples as possible!

Adventure seekers won’t be disappointed by the rolling hills and trickling streams that are just begging to be explored by foot. Pack your hiking boots and breathe some of that gorgeous Swiss fresh air into your lungs. In Switzerland you’ll feel instantly refreshed as soon as you step of the plane. The air is clean, the city streets are litter-free, and the trains run on time, we know it might be cliché, but it’s true. So, why not come and see for yourself? Switzerland’s big cities are renowned for being welcoming and safe, so give this little landlocked haven a chance to truly impress you on your next holiday.

Top Switzerland resorts

Zurich

Stylish and forward-thinking, Zurich is a city with a seriously cool vibe. Sitting on the gorgeous Lake Zurich, this place is a top location for a spot of luxury shopping and dining out. If partying ‘till dawn is more your thing, then you’ll find lots of quirky bars in the city’s red light district where you’ll mix with an interesting combination of locals and ex-pats. The nightclub scene is hard-core here, so schedule a dip in the refreshing lake water the next morning to clear the cobwebs.

Basel

A city for the true culture-vulture, Basel showcases an abundance of beautiful architecture. It’s the third biggest city in Switzerland and boasts a mixture of cultures as some of its suburbs lie across the borders. Here you’ll taste Italian, French and Swiss cuisine and you’ll see some of the best artwork from all over Europe. From the famous cathedral in town visitors can see into three different countries; Switzerland, Germany and France.

Geneva

When you think of Geneva your mind might jump to images of the UN, but there’s so much more to this city than that. The postcard-perfect city is particulate well-known for its famous fountain, which is the world’s tallest, and spouts water 140 meters into the air. The quality of life here is unbeatable; it has clean air, clean streets and the stunning Alps as a backdrop. Where better to spend a relaxing weekend away?


Hotels in Switzerland

Lausanne | Lake Geneva area | Switzerland

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double Room / Single Room, BED AND BREAKFAST

£ 601.62

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Lucerne | Lucerne | Switzerland

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double Room, BED AND BREAKFAST

£ 866.38

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Lucerne | Lucerne | Switzerland

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double Room / Single Room, BED AND BREAKFAST

£ 893.10

per person

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Geneva | Lake Geneva area | Switzerland

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double Room, ROOM ONLY

£ 505.40

per person

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Basel | Basel and surroundings | Switzerland

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double Room, ROOM ONLY

£ 509.01

per person

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Rüschlikon | Canton of Zurich | Switzerland

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double Room, ROOM ONLY

£ 670.40

per person

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Things to Do in Switzerland

Exploring Switzerland...

Ski ski ski

It’s common knowledge that the Swiss Alps are one of the best locations in the world to ski. Whether you’re an expert or a first-timer, you can transfer from most of the major airports in Switzerland, straight up into the mountains. Grab your skis and helmet and hit the slopes hard. And then, there’s the Après Ski of course. Indulge in a comforting cheese fondue after a long day on the mountain and then wrestle your way to the bar and order something equally warming. Jägermeister, anyone?

Hike

During the summer most of the ski resorts don’t shut down, they just adapt into summer activity resorts. You can hike beautiful mountain trails or rent mountain bikes to explore on two wheels instead. Some of them even have toboggan runs built into the side of the mountains. Kids and adults alike will love exploring the Swiss mountains; you can even stay in traditional Swiss log cabins. Spending some quality time in the mountains will help you get back in touch with nature and truly relax, getting you ready to face the real world again with renewed energy!

Street Parade

It’s considered the biggest techno parade in Europe and takes place in Zurich every year. On the second Saturday in August the city turns into a party, designed to celebrate love and tolerance. The parade advances around the lake with an electric atmosphere and thumping music. The best part is probably the outfits on display; some of them are truly memorable!

Food and drink in Switzerland

Swiss cuisine

It’s certainly not the cheapest country to dine out in, but that’s not to say there aren’t some delicious specialties that are worth trying. In the winter, fondue and raclette are normally top of the menu. Dip chunks of bread in that gorgeous melted fondue cheese and go to bed feeling very satisfied indeed. Or, if raclette takes your fancy, you’ll probably be given a giant slab of the cheese and a tool to scrape the melting cheese off yourself. Enjoy with potatoes, onions, gherkins and even bacon for a truly scrumptious meal. Just be sure to leave the calorie counting at home.

Switzerland restaurants

Switzerland is a melting pot of languages and cultures so expect to see various European cuisines on offer in restaurants. Italian food is particularly popular in most Swiss cities because of the countries’sproximity, so don't be surprised to see pizza and pasta on the menus. And, of course, that divine Swiss chocolate is everywhere. It’s just too good not to fill your suitcase with.

Going to Switzerland with easyJet holidays

Whether you’re a ski bum or a culture lover, Switzerland has something for everybody. With easyJet holidays you can create the exact trip you want, with flexible booking options allowing you to spend as much or as little time away as you choose. If you book your flights and accommodation together with easyJet holidays, you can save on the cost of your trip. So, let easyJet holidays whisk you away to Switzerland this year, you won’t regret it!


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