Travel To Switzerland
French call it La Suisse; to the German it's Schweiz; and according to the Italians, it's Svizzera. No, this is not some exotic dish. All these are actually the terms used to mean Switzerland.
If you're planning to travel to Switzerland, make sure you know at least one of its four languages. And unfortunately, English doesn't happen to be one of them. German, or its Swiss dialect counterpart, is the most commonly-used among the languages. The Romand cantons, which include Vaud, Jura, Geneva, Neuchatel, Fribourg, and the west of Valais, use French as their language. Ticino's south canton and some major cities use the Italian language. Romansh, which is the fourth language, is only used by about 1 percent of the population.
Travel to Switzerland would need you to know the when, what, where, and why's. The country is worth a visit anytime of the year. However, the months from June to September make it a great venue for summer activities. Winter sports however, also beckon from December to March.
To be able to make the most out of your travel to Switzerland, one needs to be there for at least ten days. There is a vast choice of activities for those who wish to travel to Switzerland. Hiking, biking, inline skating, windsurfing, canoeing, mountaineering, white-water rafting, gliding, and several wellness options await every guest.
A travel to Switzerland will also introduce you to some interestingly bizarre activities. You can try rolling down the side of the mountains inside a very large ball. The Swiss calls this zorbing. They also have house running. What's so special about it? It doesn't mean going around the house in full speed. It is not as tame as it sounds. It is actually rappelling at high speed down very tall structures.
Swiss cuisine is one of every guest's reasons for a travel to Switzerland. Their dishes mostly contain cheese. But even if you're not so fond of the dairy products, you won't have any eating problems in Switzerland. Vegetarians need not worry as well since there are several vegetarian restaurants available all over the country.
Switzerland is generally one of the safest countries on the planet. Therefore, you wouldn't really have to worry much during your travel to Switzerland. If you're not overindulging in their cuisine, you only have hypothermia and altitude sickness to think about.
Travel to Switzerland is considered an expensive treat. But with all the amazing places and activities that the country has to offer, every cent should be well worth it.