Lake Zug

Lake Zug

Lake Zug is located right in the heart of Central Switzerland between the cantons of Zug, Schwyz and Lucerne. This scenic area nestled in the charming hill country offers a diverse range of walking, cycling and skating activities. more

Lake Brienz

Lake Brienz

The turquoise Lake Brienz in the Bernese Oberland and neighbouring Lake Thun are situated in a spectacular mountain setting. A boat ride on this...more

Reuss

Reuss

The Reuss is Central Switzerland’s quintessential river. Starting in the...more

Lake Zug

Lake Zug is located right in the heart of Central Switzerland between the cantons of Zug, Schwyz and Lucerne. This scenic area nestled in the charming hill country offers a diverse range of walking, cycling and skating activities.

Lake Zug is located right in the heart of Central Switzerland between the cantons of Zug, Schwyz and Lucerne. This scenic area nestled in the charming hill country offers a diverse range of walking, cycling and skating activities.

Lake Brienz

The turquoise Lake Brienz in the Bernese Oberland and neighbouring Lake Thun are situated in a spectacular mountain setting. A boat ride on this typical alpine lake with its steep sides is a truly memorable experience. As well as the towns of Brienz and Interlaken to visit, other sights around Lake Brienz include the Mystery Park, the Ballenberg Museum and the mighty Giessbach Falls.

The turquoise Lake Brienz and neighbouring Lake Thun are set amid the spectacular mountain scenery of the Bernese Oberland. Passengers aboard the “Lötschberg” paddle steamer from the Belle Epoque (built in 1914) are inspired by its wonderfully nostalgic atmosphere.

Reuss

The Reuss is Central Switzerland’s quintessential river. Starting in the Gotthard region, it steadily flows northward, through Lake Lucerne, and after 160 kiliometers it ultimately flows near Windisch into the Aare River.

The Reuss is Central Switzerland’s quintessential river. Starting in the Gotthard region, it steadily flows northward, through Lake Lucerne, and after 160 kiliometers it ultimately flows near Windisch into the Aare River.

Saane

The Saane is not one of the very large rivers in Switzerland, but it offers a great variety of experiences and adventure potential. The river, here sometimes called “Rösti ditch”, is the dividing line between the German-speaking and French-speaking parts of Switzerland.