Apr 2, 2012

Switzerland | Travel To The World’s Best Places
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Travel

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Let’s travel to Switzerland, particularly its famous global cities Zurich and Geneva to indulge in the first and second highest quality of life in the world. This neutral and peaceful land is a landlocked alpine country nestled in the cocoon of central Europe. Though it is one of the richest countries in the world by per capita gross domestic product, it is not so snobbish as to welcome only multi-millionaires for jet-set parties. Indeed, Switzerland can be a splendid whirlwind trip offering pleasant climate throughout the country especially its distinct geographical regions of Swiss Alps and Jura Mountains.

So what are you waiting for now? Pack your clothing, snowboard, hiking boots and sunglasses and increase the aura of discovery you felt in Portugal right away. We are heading to the balmy Switzerland.
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  • Jeremy

    The Switzerland is truly a heaven on earth and the landscape here is rich in every aspects. I think every traveler has a dream to visit Switzerland.
    Jeremy who writes about coach hire Dublin

    • Hi Jeremy,

      I have clients that go to Switzerland now and then and the things they tell me are all very good. Truly a breathtaking place to visit.


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