Admire the Setting of the Movie “Crash Landing on You” in a Switzerland Tour

Admire the Setting of the Movie “Crash Landing on You” in a Switzerland Tour

Grossmunster Church

The first destination on an 8-day, 7-night tour of Switzerland is the famous Grossmunster Church in Zurich. This Protestant church showcases Romanesque architecture on its exterior. The church is characterized by two identical towers that stand parallel to each other, resembling two burning flames. As a result, Grossmunster Church is considered an iconic symbol of Zurich due to its grandeur, magnificence, and prominence on the banks of the Limmat River.


Bahnhofstrasse, often referred to as the “Fifth Avenue of New York,” is a street lined with luxurious shops. It is one of the most glamorous shopping avenues in the world, and it is said that “the further south you go on Bahnhofstrasse, the more expensive the shops become.” In addition to renowned high-end fashion brands, Bahnhofstrasse is also a paradise for watch enthusiasts, with a wide range of watches available, from affordable to exorbitant brands like Cartier. This location attracts a lot of attention from tourists and shopping enthusiasts alike.

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Chapel Bridge

Chapel Bridge is a wooden bridge located in the center of Lucerne and is considered a symbol of this medieval city. Chapel Bridge is a masterpiece with its distinctive wooden architecture and covered roof. It is the oldest covered bridge in Europe, dating back to the 14th century, connecting the old town and the new town of Lucerne. The bridge is adorned with 147 paintings depicting the life and history of the Swiss people, as well as the two patron saints of the city, Leodegar and Mauritius. These paintings were created by the artist Hans Heinrich Wagmann and his four sons.

Lake Lucerne

Lake Lucerne is a large and beautiful lake located in the central part of Switzerland, near the city of Lucerne. It is the fourth largest lake in the country. The scenery during the day is stunning, but the nighttime scenery on Lake Lucerne is even more enchanting. The cool breeze from the lake brings a refreshing sensation, as if it washes away all sorrows and fills everyone with romantic inspiration.

Grindelwald Village

Grindelwald is a location that appeared in the TV series “Crash Landing on You,” where the heartwarming reunion of the main couple took place amidst the breathtaking scenery. Grindelwald is a small village nestled in the Bernese Alps of Switzerland. In winter, Grindelwald becomes a popular destination for skiing due to its abundant snow covering the mountain range. It also features an icy mountain gorge called “Gletscherschlucht” in the outskirts of Grindelwald, along with numerous waterfalls and stunning limestone cliffs.

Mount Titlis

Titlis is the highest point in central Switzerland, reaching an impressive altitude of over 3,200 meters. It offers not only impressive heights but also a complete package for a Swiss travel paradise.

Lake Brienz

Lake Brienz is one of the most beautiful locations in the TV series “Crash Landing on You” and was filmed in the village of Iseltwald on the shores of Lake Brienz. This lake is located in the northern part of the Alps, Canton Bern, Switzerland. In the TV series, Ri Jeong Hyeok’s piano scene was filmed on the southern shore of Lake Brienz, near the Iseltwald pier. Lake Brienz Iseltwald is approximately 14 kilometers long, with a maximum depth of 260 meters and a width of about 2.8 kilometers. It sits 564 meters above sea level and symbolizes the tranquility of the Swiss village of Iseltwald. The beautiful surroundings of the lake have inspired many artists.


Blausee, also known as the “Blue Lake,” is a small lake located in the Kander Valley above Kandergrund, at an elevation of 887 meters, near the Kander River. The lake has a stunning emerald green color, even during heavy snowfall when it is covered by a layer of ice. Visitors can reach the lake by bus from the Frutigen or Kandersteg train stations.

Old Town of Bern

The Old Town of Bern, also known as Altstadt Berner in German, was the medieval city center of Bern, Switzerland. Built on a narrow hill surrounded by the Aare River, it is home to the tallest building in Switzerland and many Renaissance-era structures. The Old Town of Bern has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1983.

Zytglogge Clock Tower

The Zytglogge Clock Tower, also known as the Zeitglockenturm, stands at a total height of 54.4 meters. The tower has a two-tiered base, with its exterior made of high limestone and a Gothic-style stone facade. It features around 130 spiral staircase steps leading from the base to the observation deck, offering panoramic views of the Old Town, the Alps, and the Jungfraujoch Interlaken, known as the “roof of Europe.” The two attic floors are covered by a red-tiled conical roof, representing Gothic architecture.

St. Pierre Cathedral

St. Pierre Cathedral began construction in 1160 and took 100 years to complete. Throughout its history, the cathedral has undergone various repairs, renovations, and upgrades, including the prayer hall, interior, and decorative art works. The cathedral’s design primarily follows Romanesque architecture with some Gothic-style elements. Inside the cathedral, you can still find historical paintings hanging on the walls and Romanesque column capitals with Latin inscriptions. Notably, the St. Peter Altarpiece, painted by Konrad Witz in 1444, is currently preserved in an art and history museum in Geneva.

Lake Geneva

The final destination on this 8-day, 7-night tour is Lake Geneva, also known as Lake Léman. It is the largest freshwater lake in Western Europe, spanning across Switzerland and France. Approximately 40% of the lake’s area, located in the “belly” or southern part, belongs to France (Haute-Savoie), while the remaining 60% of the lake’s area, situated in the “back” or northern part, along with the two ends, belongs to Switzerland (the cantons of Vaud, Geneva, and Valais). The surrounding area of Lake Geneva enjoys a mild climate with distinct seasons: spring, summer, autumn, and winter. The pleasant weather makes it an ideal destination to visit at any time of the year. Lake Geneva is one of the most captivating tourist attractions in Europe that should not be missed.


Hoan Le