Interview with Chris Wilson of Typically Swiss Tours
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Chris Wilson is an Englishman who has lived in Switzerland for over 20 years. As well as operating an Airbnb apartment, Chris is the owner and tour guide/driver of Typically Swiss Tours.
In this episode, Chris shares the most popular sites to visit in Lucerne as well as revealing some destinations that are not typically on the tourist radar. He also explains what a day with Typically Swiss Tours entails and why a personalised day out with Chris is one you’ll never forget.
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Some of the places Chris mentions in this episode include:
>> Seebodenalp – a small town located on Mt. Rigi between Küssnacht and Rigi-Kulm which is popular for hiking and winter sports and offers incredible views over Lucerne and the lake.
>> Château Gütsch – a fairytale castle-like hotel dating back to the 1800s that overlooks Lucerne. The sunny terrace is the ideal spot for lunch or a drink with panoramic views.
>> Giessbach Falls and Aare Gorge – two natural wonders in the Bernese Oberland, the falls and gorge are fine examples of Switzerland’s stunning natural beauty.
You might also find these articles helpful as you plan your visit to Lucerne:
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