The mountain of the mountains is seen at its best by taking the Gornergrat railway and stopping at one of the stations around Riffelalp. If you want something really fancy, watch it from the highest spa in Europe – at Riffelap Resort 2’222 mt – or from the Igloo in Igludorf.
Made famous by the Nat Geo cover that went around the world, this incredible hut is the steepest you’ll ever see.
3. TheTropics of Switzerland
So called because of its famous palm trees and holiday feeling, Ticino enjoys a mild climate all year round.
4. Gletscher Restaurant Belvedere
An abandoned hotel one one of the most beautiful streets in Switzerland that became famous for its aerial images.
5. The Mirror Chalet in Gstaad
A hiking destination and an art gallery, the Mirror Chalet in Gstaad.
6. Creux Du Van
The natural ampyteatre made of stone is one of the most photogenic parts in the French part of Switzerland
7. Parco Ciani in Lugano
The popular gate in Switzerland directly overlooking the gulf of Lugano.
8. Iconic 5 stars Infinity Pools
So many luxury hotels have incredible pools overlooking blue waters. Design is often sleek and modern, and the atmosphere of luxury is unbeatable.
10. Opera House Zurich
Proudly standing in the middle of Bellevue, the Opera building has a neo-classical facade.
Famous for being naturally photoshopped and really as turquoise as you see it, here photographed with the drone.
12. The Zurich Film Festival
A selfie and “wall picture” paradise, the ZFF takes place in September, every year.
13. Messeplatz in Basel
The famous “hole” in the sky of Basel is where the famous Art Basel exhibition takes place.
14. Chapel Bridge in Lucerne
The most recognisable towers in Zurich
Bonus:…and Roger Federer of Course!