When we mention Switzerland, the first thing that comes to our mind are those great mountains-the Alps, rivers, lakes, watches, CERN etc. The land of four languages (German, French, Italian and Romansh) as it known for, is located in the very heart of Europe. Its flag consists a red cross because The International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC) was first established in 1863 in Geneva. With 41.285 km², Switzerland belongs to the group of the small countries in the Old Continent. Before a century and half. Bern was chosen to be the federal capital of Switzerland. Lets take a look at their wonderful places…
The Rhine Falls
With installed viewing platforms, you’re going to be a witness of this marvelous and spectacular view-The Rhine Falls. They’re located in the northern Switzerland. The falls are 450 ft (150m) wide and 75 ft (23m) high.
photo via en.wikipedia.org
One of the most famous skiing resort in Europe, St. Moritz, not only offers to you a winter resorts, but its also attractive in the summer. The city is also well known for the expensive nightlife in which you can experience great stuff to remember.
photo via www.igluski.com
This Glacier is the biggest glacier in the Alps. Measured in 2014, his official length is 14 miles (23km). Located between the cantons of Bern and Valais, it has been protected by UNESCO World Heritage.
photo via www.livescience.com
The Jungfrau Region
If someone is asking for winter heaven, there is no other place like The Jungfrau Region. With spectacular views, amazing slopes, green valleys and fresh mountains for sure you can be amazed and chilled.
photo via boredhausfrau.com
photo via wheelsandlenses.com
Swiss National Park, Zernez
Founded in August 1914, the Swiss National Park is one of the oldest national parks around Europe. As usual, the principles in this national park are like: no setting fire, sleeping outside, disturbing animals and plants or even take something with you from the park. The Swiss National Park its the only national park in the Alps.