Switzerland Guide for the first time Travellers

Amongst all the gorgeous places on Earth, Switzerland is worth bumping to the top of your travel list. Switzerland shares its border with Italy, France, Germany, Austria and Liechtenstein. Undoubtedly one of the most breath-taking country in the world to explore! Moreover, Switzerland is one of the most developed countries in the world, with the best economy, magnificent Alps and ravishing lakes. Only 8 million residents get to enjoy this nation throughout. In fact, Switzerland’s Geneva and Zurich have also been ranked among the top cities in the world.

Breathtaking Switzerland for the First Time Visitors

What makes Switzerland astonishing is its heterogeneity! The irreconcilable culture, cuisine, languages and people offer an interesting experience in this one country. Whichever direction you land from, you will find Switzerland unique. As a matter of fact, you have the freedom to chart your own course among the surrounding tranquillity of scenic trails. Most travellers take advantage of the hiking and biking opportunities to get close to the nature. Thereafter, they cherish turquoise lakes, awe-inspiring snow mountains, vibrant ambience, small traditional houses, ancient architecture, cheese and chocolate factories.

Devour the Swiss Cuisine and Culture

If you are visiting Swiss territory for the first time, there is no way you can miss the original Swiss delicacies. Devour your taste buds with the authentic Swiss Cheese/Chocolate Fondue, Raclette, and Rosti. Also, try the Swiss Steak which undoubtedly is cooked to perfection! Swiss independence was officially recognised in 1648. The country has a history of armed neutrality. Which means it has not been in a state of war internationally since 1815.

Interestingly most Swiss people speak at least 3 languages, while still preserving their mother tongue. Having said that Swiss use Latin on coins and stamps. Although you will find most of the menus and signs in German or French. On your first trip to Switzerland, you must consider visiting Zurich, Lucerne, Mount Titlis, Jungfrau, and Interlaken. A journey through the alpine beauty, and unbelievable nature trails.

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  • Article By :
    Veidehi Gite is a multi-award-winning luxury travel and lifestyle blogger who documents her experiences through Krazy Butterfly, a mindful journal for curious travellers. She enjoys travelling and photographing anything new and interesting. Read her articles to get inspired, to take on that trip you have been planning for a while.

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