Backpacking in Switzerland

Switzerland is a small country, but one of the most important in the world. Geneva and Interlaken are just a couple of the many highlights this country has to offer.

Travel Switzerland - Quick Facts

Local Language: Switzerland has four official languages - German, French, Italian and Romansch.

Visa Requirements: Canadians are allowed in Switzerland for 90 days without a visa.

Costs: Switzerland is expensive. Budget at least $100 Canadian per day.

My Travels in Switzerland

Switzerland isn't a very large country, but certainly one of the most beautiful. The Alps are at their finest here and every where you go you'll see towering peaks and mountain valleys. Taking the train through Switzerland is in itself one of the highlights visiting this country has to offer.

One of the most interesting things about Switzerland is how it's long remained an island of neutrality in the middle of western Europe. This is one of the main reasons so many international conventions and treaties have been signed here, and many international organizations are headquartered in cities like Geneva.

Switzerland's natural beauty combined with it's cultured cities and international flavours makes it an essential stop on any European tour and cities in Switzerland do not disappoint.

Hotels and Hostels in Switzerland

Switzerland has a good hostel network and for good reason - The country gets packed in the summer in cities like Geneva and the area around Interlaken. Make a reservation as soon as possible to get the best deal you can and to ensure you've got a bed. For hotels in Switzerland, check out Cheap Hotels and Hostels in Switzerland and other Switzerland Hotels

Flights to Switzerland

Switzerland's main airports are in Geneva and Zurich and that's probably where you'll end up flying into. You can get flights from these airports to just about anywhere in Europe and the rest of the world. Cheap flights to Paris, Switzerland

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