View Switzerland travel ideas. Switzerland is a unique country with a diversity of history, culture and geography. Joining our holidays in Switzerland is a great way to travel and see as much of the country as possible, some trips allow you to have a flexible schedule or you could travel and see more countries in the region. This is a very outdoors destination where you can go skiing in the Alps, or in summer you could go hiking or walking.


Things to Do, Travel Packages & Holidays in Switzerland

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Switzerland Travel Guide

  • Capital City: Berne
  • Currency: Swiss Franc (CHF)
  • Population: 7,950,000 (approx)
  • Language: Swiss, German, French, Italian
  • Dailing Code: +41
  • Country Size: 41,285 km²




There are lots of different national languages of Switzerland with the main being both German and French. In the South of the country some people also speak Italian and Romansh - this is a derive of Latin. Most local people are bilingual and learning some basic French / German phrases will not only help you to get by, but it will dramatically increase your chances of gaining employment. We recommend buying a phrase book, learning on line or taking lessons. You might be surprised to know not that many people speak English if you leave the main cities / tourist areas of the country.



Useful Words and Phrases for Visiting in Switzerland

We highly recommend learning basic French words, phrases when visiting Switzerland. We have put together some simple words and phrases to help you:

English > French

  • Yes - Oui
  • No - Non
  • Yes, please - Oui, s'il vous plaît
  • No, thank you - Non, merci
  • Please - S'il vous plaît
  • Thank you - Merci
  • You're welcome - Il n'y a pas de quoi
  • Hello - Bonjour
  • Good evening - Bonsoir
  • Goodbye - Au revoir
  • Good night - Bonne nuit






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