For two centuries writers have raved about Chillon, but this Swiss castle has a richer, more violent history than its chocolate-box image suggests.
Kick back on the shag pile and dip into some cheese - but just make sure it's cold outside first.
Art by a 20th century genius sculptor that clinks, clangs and whooshes is housed in a Basel landmark. If you think art is boring, or have kids, or just want to find out more about one of the 20th century's most eccentric artists – and Switzerland's most celebrated, after Alberto Giacometti – then don't miss a visit.
This pescatarian travel professional knows where to find world-beating seafood, and chocolate ... and fondue.
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Switzerland is synonymous with fine-quality chocolate.
Exquisite champagne and a seven-course meal competes with sumptuous Alpine vistas.
First glance of Alpine country will take your breath away, for Switzerland is the most achingly beautiful country on this planet; with air so clean it's rejuvenating to inhale; even its chocolate tastes healthy. Ride furniculars that cut through mountains to castles made of ice. Hear cowbells chime through lush green valleys dreams are made of. Meander its idyllic towns and sleep in fairy-tale like chalets.