Switzerland’s Flag|The flag, population of Switzerland and the highest peak of the Alps.

In this spring-filled April, how can the travel plan be without Switzerland?

Switzerland, full name the Swiss Confederation, is located in the central part of Europe, with Bern as its capital. The flag of Switzerland is square-shaped, mainly composed of red and white colors, with a white cross in the center. The red in the flag symbolizes the people’s victory, happiness, and enthusiasm; the white represents peace, justice, and light; the entire pattern of the flag symbolizes the unity of the country; the square design represents the fair and neutral policies adopted by the country in its diplomacy.

Switzerland is located in the northern temperate zone, and although the territory is small, the four seasons are distinct. In spring and autumn, the daytime temperature is generally between 8 degrees Celsius and 12 degrees Celsius. It is a highly developed industrial country, and its global innovation index ranks first. It is known as the “heart of Europe”, “the world’s garden”, and the “kingdom of watches”, etc.

01 Famous scenic spot and sanatorium: Lake Geneva
Lake Geneva, also known as Lake Leman. It spans Switzerland and France and is an important lake in Western Europe and also a famous scenic spot and sanatorium. The Lake Geneva formed by the Rhone Glacier, is about 75 kilometers long from east to west, and the widest part from north to south is about 14 kilometers. The water is 330 meters deep. The climate on both sides of the lake is mild, pleasant in all seasons, and the lake, snow-capped mountains, and the sky are connected into one piece, coupled with thousands of ducks and snow-white swans cruising on the lake, as well as yachts and colorful sails, this scenery must be peaceful, harmonious, and not without fun.
And from April to June, the Lake Geneva area will also be filled with tulips, daffodils, irises, and so on. This lake view is a beautiful spring scroll.

02 The capital of Switzerland: the ancient city of Bern
The ancient city of Bern is the capital of the canton of Bern and also the capital of Switzerland. It is located in the north-central part of the western half of Switzerland. It was originally built at the end of the 12th century. The buildings of the ancient city draw on the essence of medieval European architecture. The original wooden buildings were burned down in several fires in the Middle Ages and were later rebuilt into stone-constructed buildings. Walking around the city, the ubiquitous historical sites show the historical style at that time.

The ancient city of Bern has become a UNESCO-certified world heritage site, with a fountain every few steps, and the beautiful and magnificent city appearance makes people linger.

03 One of the highest peaks of the Alps: The Jungfrau
Who says only the lake view is fascinating? The Jungfrau in Switzerland also has a unique flavor. The Jungfrau is located about 20 or 30 kilometers south of Interlaken, with an altitude of 4,158 meters and is one of the highest peaks of the Alps. The top of the Jungfrau is covered with snow and ice all year round, but the area below the mountain is covered with green grass, which is also a famous place for sightseeing and outdoor sports in Switzerland.

The region of the Jungfrau is the largest glacier-covered area in Eurasia and the longest glacier in Europe. There are 9 peaks with altitudes above 4,000 meters, as well as the highest observation deck in Europe and the fastest lift in Switzerland.

04 The small town on the valley cliff: The village of Mürren
On the west side of the region of the Jungfrau, there is a small town called the village of Mürren. It is located on the cliff of the Lauterbrunnen valley and is surrounded by the beautiful scenery of snow-capped mountains. This small town is filled with the alpine style of the Alps. Sitting on the double-track cable car starting from Lauterbrunnen, you can go directly to the highland of Mürren, and you can also enjoy the waterfalls and mountain rocks along the way. And by taking the cable car in Mürren, you can also reach the 2,970-meter Schilthorn. This is the starting point of Schilthorn, and you can also overlook the beautiful scenery of the Jungfrau, the Monch, and the Eiger.

It is worth mentioning that there is also a unique place in Switzerland, which is the only place in the world where taking pictures is prohibited, the town of Bergün. This is a small village in the canton of Graubünden in Switzerland, located at the foot of the Albula Pass.
In this small town, there are no shutter sounds and no figures of tourists taking pictures of the scenery. Here, only the sounds of nature and people’s soft whispers. And when you wait on the top of the hill near the town and overlook the town, you will find that the scenery of this town is even more amazing.

05 The ideal destination for healthy travel
In Switzerland, there are famous experts and the most advanced medical facilities, so it is considered that to come to Switzerland for a healthy trip. The healthcare system in Switzerland won the gold medal in the competition among 35 countries in Europe. Especially in terms of the accessibility of medical services, Switzerland was rated as the best.
In addition, Switzerland also has top-quality medical technology. Doctors closely cooperate with universities, research institutions, and famous pharmaceutical companies, and has a high-quality hospital network throughout the country. They perfectly combine theoretical knowledge and practical professional knowledge. Under the condition of a high-quality network, it can provide timely medical services to patients in emergency situations and elective surgeries.

In Switzerland, whether it is the scenery or the food, or these advanced medical facilities, it is an ideal place to heal the body and mind.

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