Switzerland is tagged as the playground of Europe and the heaven on Earth. This country looks as perfect as any country can ever become. This rich and well literate country boasting valuable Swiss products is ranked number one in the world by many surveying companies in the category of "The best place to live in".
Travelers always have Switzerland in their bucket list. But, not all can be a bed of roses. Going to Switzerland might give you its own great or bitter experiences.
23% of the Swiss population is constituted by foreigners.
It is one of the most expensive countries where you can go to travel. So this definitely is a bad point for budget travelers. Finland is topping the list.
It consists of around 1500 lakes. This means that you can find a lake after every mile!
To get a job in Switzerland is not at all an easy task for an outsider. They have extremely lesser vacancies other than in finance.
It consists of 70% mountains and the colorful architectural buildings give a magnificent view in winters.
People hardly will talk to you or show interest in you until you initiate.
Teachers are paid the highest salaries there. Also, they get a 12-week vacation.
You will just see mountains, cows, chocolate factories and lakes. Some people get bored after a stay of more than a month.
Switzerland has greater number of banks when compared to the number of dentists. Also, Starbucks outlets outnumber banks!
Shops in Switzerland get closed by 7 PM. Only Airport locations are open on weekends which can be frustrating for many.
Drivers in Switzerland are supposed to stop if any pedestrian passes in front of the vehicle.
This beautiful town is also home to the best cheese production called the Gruyere cheese.
This boasts itself as the Europe's largest plain waterfall.
This is one of the highest summits in the whole of Europe.
You can have a dream bike run or a dream walk on the pathway of the Alps.
This festival of crackers is celebrated each year around mid-August. Share the beauty.