Chapel Bridge and Water Tower

Chapel Bridge and Water Tower

Lucerne lies on the river Reuss, at the end of Lake Lucerne, framed by impressive mountains. The city has been a stronghold of tourism since 1840, thanks to the well-preserved Old Town with its Chapel Bridge and Water Tower. more

Geneva Watch Tour

Geneva Watch Tour

The “Geneva Watch Tour” will give you the time in thousand and one ways and lead you to the shopping paradise of prestige horology.more

Museum of Natural History Basel

Museum of Natural...

A tour of the Natural History Museum is like an expedition into the...more

Chapel Bridge and Water Tower

Lucerne lies on the river Reuss, at the end of Lake Lucerne, framed by impressive mountains. The city has been a stronghold of tourism since 1840, thanks to the well-preserved Old Town with its Chapel Bridge and Water Tower.

Lucerne lies on the river Reuss, at the end of Lake Lucerne, framed by impressive mountains. The city has been a stronghold of tourism since 1840, thanks to the well-preserved Old Town with its Chapel Bridge and Water Tower.

Geneva Watch Tour

The “Geneva Watch Tour” will give you the time in thousand and one ways and lead you to the shopping paradise of prestige horology.

The “Geneva Watch Tour” will give you the time in thousand and one ways and lead you to the shopping paradise of prestige horology.

River Rafting on the Arve

Enjoy an action-packed outdoor adventure in the city. This special three-hour rafting trip covers eight kilometres and includes six waterfalls, offering a chance to discover Geneva's surroundings in a completely different way.

Museum of Natural History Basel

A tour of the Natural History Museum is like an expedition into the remotest corners of our planet where the most beautiful minerals originate, or into the distant past when dinosaurs ruled the earth. Natural objects - the largest as well as the smallest - are there to be discovered, inspected and contemplated. A memorable experience.

A tour of the Natural History Museum is like an expedition into the remotest corners of our planet where the most beautiful minerals originate, or into the distant past when dinosaurs ruled the earth.