Switzerland boasts all kinds of methods of transport. Up in the mountains and down in the valleys, trains, boats, buses, PostBuses, cable railways, cable cars, rack railways and many more besides take us on the steepest, most scenic and most impressive routes. All manner of wheels turn, taking passengers here and there.
On a trip to Switzerland, Stefan Raab visits spa director, Hanspeter Danuser from St. Moritz. And he refuses to be shown how to play the Alpenhorn until he's had a drink from the smart Whisky Bar.
The metropolis of Zurich has plenty of colour - with Lake Zurich, the clothes of people on the streets, with its many cultural institutions, the beautiful old town and life in the business districts, not to mention the up-and-coming residential districts.
The Berne old town, registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with six kilometres of arcades, has one of Europe's longest undercover shopping promenades. The medieval atmosphere with shops in basement vaults is unique. Clusters of people gather in front of the Berne Zytglogge Tower to hear the famous chimes, but above all, Berne is a city in which to linger ...