There’s no better place to experience fairytale beauty than Switzerland and it welcomes thousands of private tours each year. This region of 41,285 km² with rugged topography is geographically a ‘heaven’ on Earth. The multicultural milieu here is based upon four national languages i.e. German, French, Italian, and Romansh. However, the good news for the tourists is that English is extensively spoken and understood in Switzerland.
Swiss people are extremely cultured and well-organized and hence the tourists need to keep in mind the rules. Switzerland is a landlocked country bordered by Germany, Italy, France, and Austria. The capital city Bern as well as a few other main cities such as Zurich, Geneva, and Laussane are rich in history and have multiple museums, contemporary buildings, opera houses, and art galleries to visit.
Great religious diversity is found in Switzerland with Roman Catholics being the largest in number. Nearly one-eighth of the total 8 million Swiss population claim no religious association. Swiss Franc (CHF) is the officially used currency in Switzerland, however, Euros are widely accepted as well. Be informed that if you spend in Euros then change will be given back in Francs. Credit and Debit Cards also work.
Temperatures in Switzerland vary according to the altitude and region. Winters are generally cold and snowy in the upland areas whereas summers are moderate. Spring and autumn is the best time to travel to Switzerland as the temperature range from 8 to 15 °C.
Nestled between the two lakes, Thun and Brienz, Interlaken is an unparalleled holiday destination. Summers ought to be the peak tourist season at this place. Höheweg, situated in the town center, is a wide-open space of around 35 acres with astounding lawns and hotels. One can witness spectacular views from the vicinity.
Have you ever thought of getting to the top of Europe? Jungfraujoch train station is the highest place you can get to and surprisingly it’s in Switzerland again. It works as a saddle between the two mountains Jungfrau and Mönch. If you’re adventurous, you’d love hiking here in the summers.
It’s one of the loveliest and liveliest spots to kick-off your stresses and grabs a weekend get-away. Tourists come here for world-class spas, aqua adventures, golf resorts, beaching, shopping, feasting, and whatnot. Not only summers but winters also see no fewer tourists on this northern side of the Alps. So whatever time you visit Switzerland, don’t forget to embrace the Lake Geneva experience!
Bern has some medieval vibes and is declared as a UNESCO World Heritage site. This stunning Swiss capital is located on River Aare which magnificently adds to its beauty and diversity. Some impressive art galleries and museums display a huge collection of world-famous artists.
The Rose Garden in Bern is a surprising place for anthophiles as it boasts some 200 variants of roses. Also, don’t miss hauling around the markets situated in parliament square. Well, you wouldn’t get past it without listening to the spooky stories of Bern’s narrow and old streets.
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