מפת שוויץ. Traditional Festivals in Switzerland. Our customs are as diverse as the Swiss themselves.
The fact that we originate from different cultures, and speak four different official languages makes the festivals we celebrate even more interesting. Valleys that were cut off in winter from the rest of Switzerland developed unique traditions that are alive to this day. Our various customs and folk traditions celebrate our rich visual and acoustic heritage.
Geneva. Geneva to Bern. Bern. Basel. Zurich. North-east. South-west. Next time. Fishing. Adventure parks. Vacation, Holiday, Travel, Meetings. The Swiss franc and other currencies in Switzerland. Swiss franc or Euro, what to use?
The Swiss franc (CHF) is the only official currency in Switzerland (and in Liechtenstein). The franc is the only currency accepted everywhere. The Euro is the currency in the neighboring countries Germany, France, Italy and Austria, and in many other European countries. Nevertheless, you can pay with Euros in many shops, hotels, rail stations and gas stations in Switzerland. Chocolate tourism in Switzerland: museums, factory tours and other chocolate-related experiences. Switzerland is famous for its chocolate...
After the Rain Urban Day Spa Location: Central GenevaType of experience: beauty spaDetails: After the Rain offers a wide range of spa treatments, including chocolate body wraps and chocolate baths, both of which incorporate grated chocolate. Alimentarium Food Museum. KSS Amusement Park. Prenez de la haute, à Aigle, Sion et Signal de Bougy.