From the snow-covered Swiss Alps and breath-taking vistas to the medieval towns and castles, Switzerland makes for a picturesque and unforgettable getaway. Switzerland boasts almost 100 stunning mountains, mammoth glaciers, amazing forests, rolling meadows, ancient and lovingly preserved towns and cities and stunning Switzerland holiday rentals. It also has one of the most well operated transport systems in the world as well as climates ranging from sub-tropical to alpine. The Western European country of Switzerland is one of the world’s wealthiest countries with the cities of Zurich and Geneva boasting the second and third highest quality of life standards internationally. Switzerland is divided between the Central Plateau, the Jura and the Alps. Even though most of the country is occupied by the Alps, the majority of the population as well as the largest cities are located on the Central Plateau.
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The natural scenery in Switzerland is unsurpassed in its majesty and beauty, and has one of the largest and most impressive waterfalls in Europe, the Rhine Falls, close to which a restaurant, various shops and a medieval castle can be found. The largest lake in central Europe spreads across Switzerland and France. This region is rich in castles, cathedrals, wine-growing villages and ski resorts. It has never been easier to rent your dream Switzerland accommodation; Switzerland offers a wide range of accommodation options for the weary traveler. Visit the many ancient architectural structures and spectacularly preserved villages while spending cosy evenings in in your Switzerland holiday lettings.
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Switzerland is famous for its castles with the Château de Chillon, built in the 13th century, being perhaps one of the most recognised. Some of the fascinating attractions that can be found at this castle are the secret passages, dungeons, towers, luxurious chambers, grand knight’s halls, paintings, furniture and frescoed chapel. Another architectural gem is the Fraumünster Church. Visitors enjoy its magnificent stained glass windows, which were designed by Marc Chagall in 1970. The best time to visit Switzerland varies depending on the type of holiday that you are planning. If skiing and fun in the snow is what you are after, then November to March is the best time to book your Switzerland accommodation.
On the other hand, if exploring the attractions and architecture is more your thing, then the summer months from June to September are ideal for you.
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