Let’s explore Switzerland with CIT, a mountainous Central European country, home to numerous lakes, villages and the high peaks of the Alps. Its cities contain medieval quarters, with landmarks like capital Bern’s Zytglogge clock tower and Lucerne’s wooden chapel bridge. The country is also known for its ski resorts and hiking trails. Banking and finance are key industries, and Swiss watches and chocolate are world renowned.
Switzerland is graciously blessed by mother of nature, this country has the best nature’s artworks with the most astonishing mountains and lakes ever known to man. Switzerland is home to the Swiss Alps, beautifully line up with some of the most incredible scenery in Europe. One of the most well-known of Swiss Alps is the Matterhorn – mystical, majestic, the mountain of mountains, which situated over the border between Switzerland and Italy. Its breathtaking views fascinating everyone, greatly named as the most photographed mountain in the world. Anywhere you end up in the country, you’re likely to be in touch with nature, whether it be rolling hills, fields filled with grazing cows, or snowcapped mountain peaks. Swiss truly treasure their country’s land, and therefore work hard to preserve it.
Food & Drink
In line with being clean and eco-friendly, the Swiss are also very fresh, healthy and delicious. One of the Swiss must-try is the traditional winter dish, Fondue. The term ‘fondue’ has come to describe other dishes where food is dipped into a pot of hot liquid, such as fonduebourguignonne (beef cooked in hot oil) and chocolate fondue. Dip the cubed bread into melted cheeses infused with lashings of wine and garlic, pair it with white wine or schnapps or tea for an epic winter meal. Raclette is another simple cheese dish which consists of melted cheese and potatoes. While, Rösti is a potato dish made by frying or baking flat round patties of coarsely grated raw or parboiled (semi-cooked), seasoned potato in oil. It could also come with the mix with bacon, onion, cheese or even apple.
No matter what time of year, Switzerland is always great for outdoor activities. Skiing and snowboarding at Switzerland when the surface is covered by snow. If neither is your favorite, you could also opt for taking a ride down one of the long sledding trails found at most of Switzerland’s ski resorts and towns. There’s only a little bit of steering involved, otherwise all you have to do is just sit back and enjoy the ride. When pastures turn green, hiking, biking or paragliding to enjoy this picturesque town surrounded by the Alps. You could also fly up high by hot-air balloon or parachute, enjoy the magnificent view with life-time experience.