Switzerland is known as the land of magical alps and is also popular for stuff like bulova watch or other Swiss watches and yummy Swiss chocolates. One of its famous cities is Zurich. It boast some of the famous attraction like the Church of Our Lady and Gothic Fraumunster. Going to Switzerland will not be complete without visiting the shores of Geneva. The city of Geneva is known for the world’s tallest fountain and the famous flower clock.

Among the activities that you can do while in Switzerland is skiing. The snow-capped mountains are perfect to hone your snow skiing skills. If you like jazz music, the Montreaux Jazz Festival in Montreaux City is the perfect place to visit. Surely, you would not get bored when you decide to visit Switzerland. There are just too many places to visits and too many things to enjoy.

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  1. I love Swiss chocolates! I’d also like to try skiing in the alps. Gosh what a view!

    1. I love Swiss milks too 😀 We can buy it here in the Philippines

  2. Who doesn’t love Swiss chocolates? 🙂 It’s one of the drink I’m always looking forward to whenever a relative of ours from Switzerland send packages for us. It’s so yummy! If given the chance, I’ll definitely would love to visit Switzerland and experience being in the snow for the first time.

  3. Yes! …hmm you’re right when you say “There are just too many places to visits and too many things to enjoy” but then what I lack is time and budget to travel with this great places haha 🙂 but through your post I can just visualize and imagine I was there 🙂 lol… no expenses, just read and feel as if I’ve been there.. 🙂 thnx..

      1. hahah . TRUE

  4. Skiing is one of the things that I am really interested into trying. Hope I could enjoy that activity soon. 🙂 Makes me want to go to Switzerland. HAHA. Wala nga lang pera. LOL

    1. I feel the same way. Traveling in Europe is really costly.

    2. I believe skiing is hard, especially the balancing 😀

  5. Why do Swiss chocolates taste differ? Love to munch them.

    1. Yeah.. unique

  6. i just imagine switzerland from the point of view of a swiss missionary that i have met before. ahhh…someday…

    1. Woooahh 🙂 what’s up with that Swiss missionary?wanna hear his point of view too… or maybe i just have to meet another Swiss missionary in my own ^^ People in Switzerland? hmm..I’m curious

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