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Holidays in Switzerland

Spend your holidays in this country instead of sunbathing on a foreign beach. Discover the beauty of Switzerland on foot or by bicycle; stroll through historic villages or take a swim in one of the countless sparkling lakes.

What can you do?

  • Vacation in Switzerland
  • Avoid air travel as much as possible
  • Explore adjacent surroundings on foot or by bike instead of travelling to far-flung destinations, as vehicle and lengthy rail journeys emit CO

Additional Information

Whether winter, spring, summer or fall, Switzerland offers abundant scenic, recreational opportunities via its numerous sidewalk cafés, sandy beaches and mountain lakes – in all four language regions. And, minus the jet lag. Thus, more time for relaxation and fun, whilst protecting the climate. highlights a variety of Swiss cycling tours, details safety tips, customs, accommodations, e-bike routes, etc. Hiking – the mountains are calling…You can find great hiking tours at Bathing beaches – details on an array of Swiss lakes, including those in your area are found at Schweizersee. Culture – Switzerland is home to numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which are well worth visiting. Children – hay and straw for sleeping on, feeding or milking the farm animals. The offers at Agrotourism Switzerland are event-filled for the young as well as the young at heart.

Air travel is extremely damaging to the environment. A flight to California and back, for example, emits around 4 tonnes of CO2 per person. That amount is equivalent to heating a medium-sized apartment for an entire year. Short flights tend to be more harmful to the climate than long-haul flights. Rail travel is more climate-friendly than flying. Yet only those who holiday close to home and use public transport will substantially save in generating CO2. And those who travel by bicycle or on foot produce no CO2 at all. You can find more information here.

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