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Switzerland, with the official name of Swiss Confederation (Schweizerische Eidgenossenschaft, Confédération suisse, Confederazione Svizzera, Confederaziun svizra, Confoederatio Helvetica) is a country in western Europe. It is bordered to the west by France, south and east of Italy, north and northeast to east Germany and Austria and Liechtenstein. It is a small country with an area of ​​41,285 sq. km. and a population of 7,780,200 (estimated in December 2008).

Capital of Switzerland is Bern (128,041 inhabitants in 2007) and largest city is Zurich. Other major cities include Basel, Geneva and Lausanne. Currency is the Swiss franc. It is a country with high living standards and well developed tourism.

The Bern is the fourth largest city (after Zurich, Geneva and Basel). It is also the capital of the canton.
If entertainment is the priority of your trip to Bern, then visit the Theater Am Zytglogge (Theatre) and enclosed Bear Pit (Barengraben). The city hosts the Bundeshaus (Swiss Parliament) and the Town of Bern (Rathaus Bern).
City's main attractions are: Berner Munster (Church), Nydeggbrucke (Bridge), Untertorbrucke (Bridge), the historic city center of Berne and the Clock Tower (Zeitglockenturm).
Museums to visit are: Historical Museum of Bern Museum, Paul Klee, Bern Art Museum (Kunstmuseum), Natural History Museum of Berne and Einstein's House (Museum).
If you like sports visit the Stade De Suisse Wankdorf (Stadium).
Unique natural beauty to enjoy the Botanic Gardens and the rose garden of Bern.
Historic Buildings of the city will find anywhere in the City of Berne Old City.
Finally, stroll to the famous Zahringerbrunnen (fountain) of the city.
Basel (German: Basel) is after Zurich and Geneva, the third most populous city in Switzerland. Located in a tri-point border of Switzerland with Germany and France. It is an important economic and industrial center, especially in the chemical and pharmaceutical products. It is also the capital of the semi-Bazel-Stat canton (Basel-City). The official language is German.
The city has two airports, the Basel Euroairport (BSL) and Mulhouse Euroairport (MLH)
If the entertainment is for you the most important piece of a journey then visit the zoo in Basel Opera.
The city has its own town hall, Town Hall in Basel.
It also hosts many major attractions such as: Basler Messerturm (Skyscraper), Basler Munster (Church), Spalentor (Ancient Gate), Weil Am Rhein, the historic center of Basel, Foundation Beyeler (Museum) and Ross-Tower.
Other important museums such as: Kunstmuseum (Museum), Historical Museum Basel Historical Museum of Pharmacy, Museum Jean Tinguely, Antiques and Collectibles Museum Ludwig Museum, caricatures and cartoons, Music Museum and the Natural History Museum Basel.
Among the important Schools & Colleges in the region are the University of Basel.
If you love sports then visit the Park St. Jakob.
To choose your transportation to the Central Train Station. Station.
The natural beauty that characterizes the Park Sankt Johanns is indisputable.
Other points of interest within the city are: Marktplatz and Munsterplatz (Square).
Zurich (German Zürich, France. Zurich, ITA. Zurigo) is the largest city in Switzerland (population: 371,767 in 2007, population of the greater urban area: 1,007,972) and capital of the canton of Zurich. The population of the metropolitan area reaches 1.68 million. The city is the financial and cultural center of Switzerland (the capital of Switzerland and seat of government to Berne). According to surveys in 2006 and 2007 offer the best quality of life in the world.
To City Name (Zürich) probably comes from the Celtic word Turus, case based on the discovery of a tomb of the second century, on which appears the word Turicum.
If entertainment is your priority then visit the Zoological Kipo of Zurich and the Opera. The city hosts the Swiss Stock Exchange and SMX Ratchaous.
The city has many attractions such as: Fraumunster (Church), St. Peter Church (Historic Church), Church Gkrosminster, Zurich and Cemetery Fluntern (Freidhof Fluntern).
Zurich is home to many interesting museums in the major: Haus Konstruktiv (Museum), Swiss National Museum, Zoological Museum of Zurich, Kounstchaous, Barengasse Museum and the Museum of Design.
One of the most beautiful neighborhoods is Ninterntorf.
The most famous of Schools & Colleges in the city is home to the University of Zurich.
For Shopping advised to do a walk in Banhofstrasse (Market).
If you love sports then visit the Letzigrund (Stadium).
Interesting historic building worth seeing is the Lintenchof. Browse also the beautiful Paradeplatz (Square).
The Lausanne (French and German Lausanne) is a city in francophone (western) part of Switzerland, situated on the shores of Lake Geneva (French Lac Leman, the Lac de Geneve). It has a population of 117,744 (2006) and is the capital of the canton or Vaant Bo (657 700 inhabitants in 2004). Surrounded by Mount Jura to the north and from this descend two small rivers, the Flon and the Cow, which divide the Lausanne central districts Cité, Burgos and Saint Laurent. The Lausanne is located some 50 km northeast of Geneva.
The old city is the Cité (Cité) with narrow streets and buildings at different levels. This uneven provision bore a complex ecosystem of bridges and elevated roads. The recent expansion, particularly to the west and south, creating new neighborhoods on the hillsides, to the port of matter, linked to the city by cable car.
The Lausanne is the headquarters of the International Olympic Committee.
Most important sights are the: Cathedral of Lausanne, the historic city center of Lausanne and the Cemetery Bois De Vaux.
Notable museums in the city are: Historical Museum of Lausanne and the Olympic Museum.
Most famous of Schools & Colleges in the city is hosting the International Institute for Management Development (IMD). Natural beauty is the Parc Bourget (Park).
The Geneva (French: Genève, see the English Geneva, germ. Genf) is a city in Switzerland with a population of 185,524 (2007) and capital of the canton. It is the second most populous city in Switzerland (after Zurich). The city lies on the western shores of Lake Geneva (Lac de Genève or Lac Leman).
Geneva is considered an important city due to the presence of numerous international organizations including the European headquarters of the United Nations (UN). Geneva's economy is service oriented. The city has major traditional banks and is also an important center of trade in goods.
The city has its own airport, Cointrin Airport. Worth to visit the Grand Theatre of Geneva. The city hosts: CICG Congress Centre, Geneva Palexpo (Exhibition and Conference Centre), City Hall Geneva (Hotel De Ville), Chair of the World Trade Organization, European Centre of the United Nations and the Palexpo, Convention. Center.
The main attractions are: Jet d'Eau (Fountain), St. Peter's Cathedral, City of Geneva Watch From Flowers and Wall of the Reformation (Monument).
The city hosts many interesting museums such as: International Motor Museum, International Museum of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum, Ariana, Museum Barbier-Mueller, Museum Patek Philippe, Museum Rath, Puppet Museum, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MAMCO) and the Museum Natural History of Geneva.
It is worth walking to the beautiful neighborhoods of the city with the most important: Les Eaux-Vives, Petit-Saconnex, Plainpalais and Rues Basses.
The city hosts a large number of Schools & Colleges with major toPanepistimio of Geneva School of Diplomacy in Geneva.
If you are interested in sports visit Patinoire Des Vernets (Stadium).
For your transportation prefer the RS Kornavin.
Natural beauty to enjoy: La Perle-La-Lac (Park), Parc La Grange (Park), Botanic Gardens, Zarnten Daisy Anglia and Parc Bastions.
Historic Buildings of the city are: Lake Leman and Fountain. House and Tavel (Historical Building). Particularly beautiful is also the Bourg-De-Four (Square).
Lucerne (German: Luzern) is a city in central Switzerland with a population of 57 890 (31 Dec. 2006) and is the capital of the canton of Lucerne. The city lies on the shore of Lake Lucerne (Vierwaldstättersee) with a famous wooden bridge.
The city hosts the town hall of Lucerne (Lucerne Rathaus).
City's main attractions are: Hofkirche (Church), Bridge Mill (Spreuerbrucke), Bridge Chapel (Kapellbrucke), Jesuit Church (Jesuitenkirche), Church of Saint Peter and the historic center of Lucerne.
Museums are remarkable: Bourbaki Panorama (Museum), Swiss Transport Museum (Verkehrshaus Der Schweiz), Richard Wagner Museum, Museum of Art Lucerne (Kunstmuseum Luzern), Rozengkarten Collection (Stiftung Rosengarten) and collections of Picasso (Picasso Sammlung) (Museum) .
Particularly beautiful is also Lowenplatz (Square).
The Valais is an excellent tourist destination especially for ski lovers.
The city is served by Sion Airport (Sir). For lazing Entertainment visit: Ski Crans-Montana, Ski Grimentz, Ski Saas-Fee, Ski Saas-Grund and Ski Sunnegga.
Major Attractions are: City Centre Grachen, Crans Montana, Leukerbad (In Town Hot Springs), Verbier and Zermatt.


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