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Best Things to Do in Zurich,Best Things to Do in Liechtenstein,Best Things to Do in Salzburg,Best Things to Do in Vienna,Great Things to do in Innsbruck, Austria,Top things to do in Lucerne,Top things to do in Geneva,Top things to do in Bern

Best Things to Do in Zurich

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1. Rent a Bike For Free  – You can pick up a “Gratis Velo” at two different stations (“Swiss National Museum” and “Postbrücke”) all year round and from even more stations in summer.Just download the free app to check live availability and rental locations. Reservations are not possible. All you need to do to rent a bicycle in Zurich is to leave a deposit of 20 CHF.

2.Polyterasse is a platform – Polyterasse is a platform in front of Zurich university from where you will have stunning views over Zurich’s old town. It’s the perfect spot for relaxing and people watching on a sunny afternoon

3.Uetliberg  – Zurich’s most central mountain you have incredible panoramic views over the city, Lake Zurich, Limmat Valley and on a clear day even the Alps.

4. River Pools – One thing very typical and unique to Zurich is the river pools. In summer, you don’t just go to an outdoor pool or a lake to enjoy a refreshing jump in the water. Nope! In Zurich, pools are built into the river Limmat. The water is very clear, unlike in most other rivers.

And more  “Brockenstuben” -Brockenstuben are Thrift Stores where you can get all kinds of weird, old and funny curiosities, trinkets etc…… Archaeological Collection ….focusTerra Museum of Earth Sciences……FCZ – Zurich’s Football Club Museum….Zoological Museum Zurich –  The museum is home to 1,500 animals.

Best Things to Do in Liechtenstein

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Liechtenstein is not a country but a principality and as such operates an as independent state which sits between neighboring Austria and Switzerland. The entire state is only 160 square kilometers and has 35,000 residents …

01.Visit Gutenburg Castle

Located on a hill that overlooks the quaint village of Balzers in the south of the country is the Burg Gutenberg which is one of the best examples of a traditional castle in Liechtenstein.

02.Check out the Liechtenstein State Art Gallery

 Here you will find examples of modern art pieces and the museum has both static and rotating exhibits

3. Visit the Traditional Farmhouse Museum

At the museum you will find a farmhouse building that was built 500 years ago and the farmhouse is part of the wider Liechtenstein National Museum.

To get to the museum you will need to travel to the municipality of Schellenberg where you will find the house that dates from 1518. The building is dedicated to showing you how people would have lived in the days of old and how farming techniques would have developed since the Middle Ages.

4. Go skiing in Malbun

Malbun is nestled in an Alpine ridge that is close to the stunning Saminatal Valley and the snow here is said to be some of the best in Europe which makes it perfect for skiing or snowboarding.

05.Discover the Calculator and Typewriter Museum

Here you will find over 250 exhibits that all pay homage to the history of calculators and typewriters.

Many of the exhibits here are interactive which means that the museum is a firm favorite for anyone travelling with younger visitors.

06.Cycle over the Old Bridge

Old Bridge

The Old Bridge over the Rhine is a famous bridge that connects the municipalities of Vaduz and Sevelen together.

Spanning 135 meters, the bridge dates from 1901 and is the only wooden bridge that now arches across the mighty Rhine.


Explore the Liechtenstein National Museum ,Hike along the Princes’ Way , Visit the Red House in Vaduz

 , Have fun at the Malbi Adventure Playground ‘’ Located in the town of Malbun is the Malbi Adventure Playground which is one of the best places to visit in Lichtenstein if you are travelling with children in the summer months.’’ , Ride the Citytrain in Vaduz ‘’ This means that you can see all the main sights easily and one of the best ways to do this is to take a tour on the Citytrain.’’ , Marvel at St. Florin Church and Cathedral , Check out the birds at the Galina Falconry Centre

Best Things to Do in Salzburg

A fabulous city with a rich history and beautiful architecture, Salzburg is an oft-overlooked gem of Europe. Here are the top things to do with your time in this fairy tale of a city.

Salzburg’s Old Town

On the banks of the aqua-hued River Salzach lies the enchanting historic center of Salzburg. Treat yourself to a tour of its winding streets and copper topped cathedrals.

Hellbrunn Palace

This ‘Lustschloss’ (pleasure palace) was where Austria’s archbishops came to unwind in the summer months. The Hellbrunn Palace is most famous for its fountains and cheeky water games.

Salzburg Museum

The prize-winning Salzburg museum will acquaint you with the full arc of Austrian history, from ancient Roman settlements to the First World War up through contemporary art.

Mirabell Palace

Originally built for the mistress of a prince, Mirabell Palace is a place of perfectly manicured elegance. A fitting place for the Maria and the children.

Salzburg Zoo

Nothing average about this zoo! Lush animal habitats spread out over floodplains and rocky hillsides, making for such unusal sights as zebras grazing in a green meadow.

Salzburg Cathedral

As the seat of Salzburg’s historically powerful Roman Catholic Archdiocese, one can expect magnificence from this stunning landmark. Fun fact: Mozart was baptized here!

Hohensalzburg Fortress

Visible from miles away, Salzburg’s iconic mountain-top fortress is one of the largest medieval castles in Europe. Be sure to meander its golden chambers and kingly halls.

Best Things to Do in Vienna

The Capital of Austria is home to nearly one third of the county’s inhabitants and is its primary city. This metropolitan city hosts the United Nations organisation and is a major centre for Austria’s culture, economy and Politics. With many different names like the City of Music and the City of dreams, Vienna is renowned throughout the world and has a plethora of stunning historical buildings, gardens and establishments.

Tip – Get the Vienna PASS, this all-inclusive sightseeing pass includes free admission to over 60 top attractions, lots of discounts and unlimited use of the hop-on hop-off bus routes

Ranked as one of the most liveable cities in the world with its inhabitants enjoying a high quality of life, Vienna is a haven in central Europe and remains a popular tourist destination. Listed below are the top must do’s in Vienna and should provide you with more than enough information to plan your trip.

Schönbrunn Palace

Schönbrunn Palace

Standing since the 1600’s and holding a major role of cultural importance in Austria, the Schonbrunn Palace is a colossal 1441 room structure and complex that is the main tourist attraction in Vienna.

 Hofburg Palace

Hofburg Palace

The Hofburg Palace is another huge palatial complex that pays tribute to the power and influence of the Habsburg dynasty and served as the main winter palace for the rulers of the Austro-Hungarian Empire for hundreds of years.

St Stephen’s Cathedral

This monolithic structure stands proud in the Stephensplatz and has been the most important church in Vienna and Austria since its construction.

As an iconic building of Vienna, St Stephens cannot be missed!

Schonbrunn Gardens , Rathaus ‘’ Vienna is full of historical and significant architecture and the Town Hall located on Rathausplatz is a fine addition to this collection.’’……. Belvedere Museum… Vienna State Opera… Opera and fine architecture is synonymous with Vienna, and the Vienna State Opera provides both in abundance….. Vienna Natural History Museum Housed in a sophisticated palace complex that is typical of the historical architecture in Vienna, the Natural History Museum has a huge collection of minerals, precious stones, meteorites, fossils, skeletons of animals, displays of various insects and mammals and even some taxidermy of extinct species……. Prater Amusement Park What could be a more enjoyable way to experience Vienna than having a fun packed day at the Prater Amusement Park? The Wiener Prater Park was once a hunting ground that developed into a public space for food stands and small amusement stalls, it now hosts the impressive Amusement Park and is free to enter (You pay for the individual rides instead). Inside the park is a multitude of rides and stalls including a huge Ferris wheel, bumper cars, carousels and hair-raising rollercoasters…….. Donauturm (Viewing tower) Listed in the tallest 75 free-standing towers in the world at a whopping 252m, the Donauturm stands as an observation tower in the Donaustadt district of Vienna………

Great Things to do in Innsbruck, Austria

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Getting to Innsbruck

Innsbruck is located on the long, skinny tail of Austria that is wedged between Italy and Germany. If you have a car, in just 30 minutes you can be in either Germany or Italy. If you are traveling by rail, the Innsbruck station connects European cities such as Venice, Munich, Salzburg, and Zurich. There is also an airport in Innsbruck.

The Innsbruck Card

If you are planning on visiting many of the museums in Innsbruck, as well as riding the cable car, the Innsbruck Card is worth purchasing. This card covers a ride on the Innsbrucker Nordkettenbahnen cable car (as well as several others in the area), admission into all museums and tourist attractions, free transportation on buses, trams, and bicycles, and it even includes a free walking tour. The card is available for 24, 48, or 72 hours.

The 24 hour Innsbruck card costs €43. If you plan on riding the Innsbrucker Nordkettenbahnen and visiting the Bergisel Ski Jump Stadium, the card pays for itself.

  • #1. Maria-Theresien-Strasse (Maria Theresa Street) free. …
  • #2. Olympia SkiWorld Innsbruck. #2 in Innsbruck. …
  • #3. Schloss Ambras. #3 in Innsbruck. …
  • #4. Bergisel Ski Jump. #4 in Innsbruck. …
  • #5. The Golden Roof (Goldenes Dachl) free. …
  • #6. Cathedral of St. James. …
  • #7. Alpenzoo. #7 in Innsbruck. …
  • #8. Hofburg (Imperial Palace) #8 in Innsbruck.

Top things to do in Lucerne

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  • Mount Pilatus
  • Old Town.
  • Lake Lucerne-  you are presented with the stunning views across Lake Lucerne. Encircled by the Swiss Alps, this lake offers unequivocally beautiful panoramas both from the banks by the city of Lucerne and of course for those fortunate to take a cruise around the lake.
  • Swiss Museum of Transport.
  • Chapel Bridge…. The Chapel Bridge is one of the first landmarks that you see after leaving the central station in Lucerne, so taking a stroll across here will lead you into the medieval quarters of the city where you can begin exploring more of the city’s iconic attractions.
  • Rosengart Collection. …
  • The Lion Monument. …
  • Glacier Garden.

Top things to do in Geneva

  • Lake Geneva & Jet d’Eau. Geneva is located on the shores of the Rhone river and the stunning Lake Geneva, so you should definitely take advantage of that. …
  • Old Town. …
  • Geneva Flower Clock & English Garden. …
  • St Peter’s Cathedral. …
  • Bourg-de-Four Square. …
  • Window Shopping on Rue du Rhone. …
  • Art and History Museum. …
  • Old Arsenal.

Top things to do in Bern

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  • Take in the views at Bern Münster. Cathedral. …
  • Visit the Einstein House. Museum. …
  • Admire art at the Kunstmuseum Bern. Museum. …
  • Learn about Switzerland at Bundeshaus (Bern) Building, Market. …
  • See more art at Kunsthalle Bern. Museum. …
  • Discover the Historical Museum. Museum. …
  • Meet the bears at Barenpark. Zoo. …
  • Sample beer at Altes Tramdepot.

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