Guide to Switzerland

Switzerland is without a doubt one of the most beautiful countries you’ll ever visit! Although it is landlocked in the western region of Europe, it’s home to over 7,000 lakes making this a beautiful backdrop for solo travelers and honeymooners alike!

Whether you travel here in the Summer or Winter there are endless outdoor activities. Paragliding and skiing are among the most popular. With breathtaking mountain regions and incredible scenery, this comes as no surprise!

Switzerland was named the most innovative country in the world— it also happens to be one of the wealthiest and has one of the “happiest” populations!

Switzerland has one of the highest standards of living with a strong dedication to preserving its natural beauty, promoting cultural diversity, and fostering innovation. Their technology is incredibly advanced and also sustainable— you’ll find yourself shocked at the ease of their public transportation and the cleanliness of your surroundings.

The villages are adorable— big enough to get lost in but small enough to meet plenty of locals. Explore the charm. Indulge in authentic Swiss chocolate. Take a ride up the mountains.

Lucerne, Interlaken, Zurich, Geneva, and Bern are some of the most visited cities although the beauty of the country has no bounds.

You’ll be dreaming of a trip back before you’ve even left!





taking a cable car up to the top of a mountain - such incredible views!


What I Packed for Switzerland:

A SCARF- Adds just the right amount of warmth. An easy layer to throw on!

CHUNKY KNITS- You’re going to want them and there is truly no place better fit.

A BEANIE- Adds a cute touch and will keep your ears warm in the mountains.

WORKOUT CLOTHES + SNEAKERS- The 2 most popular things to do here are paragliding and sky diving.

there is so much history packed into this city!

the most gorgeous mountains that I’ve ever seen



What to Expect


Switzerland is unique in that has four national languages—German, French, Italian, and Romansh. As most European countries, many people speak English as it is the universal language.


Switzerland is ranked the as the safest country in the world. The people are some of the friendliest I’ve encountered. I imagine being somewhere so beautiful it’s hard to have complaints!


Cards are widely accpted in Switzerland. ATMs are available and easy to find, especially in major cities although I did not need cash for anything during my stay here.


The currency in Switzerland is the Swiss Franc. Although this doesn’t seem like a drastic difference, things in Switzerland are priced much higher than other European countries, ranking as one of the most expensive countries to visit in the area.


June-August Low Season: November-March I may be biased but there really isn’t a bad time to visit Switzerland. If you’re a snow lover, sking/snowboarding in the winter is a must. However, many people choose to visit in the summer to enjoy the lakes. It’s stunning year round so it’s always worth a visit.

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