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Cycling Tours in Switzerland


Switzerland is where each multi-cultural influence creates something original. There are four official languages in Switzerland: German, French, Italian, and Rumantsch and many more dialects. The language communities eat different things and have different traditions and customs. The Swiss themselves are sometimes puzzled about what they have in common apart from their passport. This is the Swissness! A certain desire for unity, despite their differences. For you it means a variety of traditions and customs to discover as you cycle through a country already known for its exceptional natural landscapes.
Starting in the cosmopolitan city of Geneva, with its iconic Jet d’Eau and picturesque lakeside views, a cycling journey across Switzerland promises a blend of urban charm and untouched nature. As you leave behind Geneva’s international aura, the Swiss countryside unveils a realm of serene vineyards, lush meadows, and dense forests. The well-maintained cycling paths meander through quaint villages where time seems to slow, and the Alps loom in the horizon, beckoning with their snow-capped majesty. The Alpine routes reward cyclists with panoramic vistas of verdant valleys, glacial lakes, and towering peaks. Along the way, indulge in delectable Swiss specialties, from rich chocolates to savory fondues. Whether you’re breezing along the banks of shimmering lakes or testing your mettle on mountainous terrains, Switzerland offers a cycling experience that is as diverse as it is unforgettable.

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Cultural Diversity

Switzerland has three major languages: French, German and Italian. It’s a country that’s characterized by its cultural diversity which makes you feel like you’re in three different countries at once!


Swiss chocolates are among the best in the world. Famous brands like Lindt, Toblerone and Nestlé hail from here. These chocolates are all really tasty, but it’s even better when you visit and sample one of the local chocolatiers. And of course, how can we not mention cheese if we talk about Switzerland? One of the most famous dishes is fondue. It’s a huge pot of melted cheese (usually Emmental and Gruyère) with dry white wine.

Beautiful lakes

The truly beautiful country of Switzerland has a landscape full of magnificent mountains and an array of simply breathtaking lakes.


Like the swans that frolic on its eponymous Alpine lake (Europe’s largest), Geneva (Genève) is a rare bird. Constantly perceived as the Swiss capital (it isn’t), Switzerland’s second-largest city is slick and cosmopolitan, and its people chatter in almost every language among streets paved by gold.