Zurich: Mahmoud Hassan
Switzerland is known for being the center of money … where the most famous banks embrace most of the world’s wealth, but when you visit it you find that it embraces money and business, in addition to the picturesque nature, historical and cultural present.
Switzerland is a small, surrounded country located in the middle of Europe. Switzerland is strategically located in the middle of Europe, with many roads that can be easily crossed, whether to France, Germany, Italy or Austria. It also has four official languages, German, French and Romanian. , and Italian, which gives it extra versatility.
Switzerland is a place where nature is fantastically diverse, and most people visit Switzerland to enjoy Swiss mountain excursions, and this includes many activities such as climbing, skiing, seeing the world from the tops of the mountains and excursions in the To take Alps. , in addition to other picturesque landscapes such as lakes, plateaus and rivers.
Chocolate and cheese
Switzerland has many types of smooth chocolate, and many types of cheese that Switzerland produces, and is characterized by, and Switzerland has been known since ancient times for producing the most delicious, best and most delicious types of Swiss chocolate, where the secret lies in its quality in the milk from cows grazing at the top of the Alps, and it is known that Switzerland It exports large quantities of chocolate to various countries of the world.
As far as cheese is concerned, it is known for a unique type of cheese, Emmental cheese, which is cheese that contains holes. Switzerland produces 450 types of cheese, in addition to perforated cheese. The production of cheese depends on 99% cow’s milk, sheep’s milk and goat’s milk. also used Cheese is classified into two types, with and without eyes, and is known as blind. Emmental cheese has been produced in Switzerland since 1293, making Switzerland the oldest cheese producer around the world, and among the most famous types of cheese in Switzerland: Appenzeller, Gala, Sapsago and Spurns, and the famous fondue dish in Switzerland is loved by many cheese lovers.
The charming mountain peaks in Switzerland attract everyone’s eyes, and the tourist in front of the resident, and their peaks are currently decorated with snow as it is autumn. On a train ride that stretches over more than 3 hours, from Zurich to the Alps region, you will enjoy the beauty of nature in the areas through which the train passes and keep an eye on the high bridges, mountain passes and glaciers.
The Alps are the highest and largest mountain range on the European continent and span eight countries, including Italy, France and Switzerland. The Swiss Alps are one of the most popular ski destinations in the Alps.
morning and evening
Life in Switzerland has a different character. Work and study in the morning, and go out with friends in the evening. As for the tourist, you will find that he looks around in all directions to enjoy the picturesque landscapes and ancient buildings that have different collective shapes, visit the Alps and rural areas, and enjoy the waters of the rivers that pass over different cities and regions.
During the tour in all Swiss cities, from Zurich, Bern and Geneva, you will find all the amenities and entertainment, such as hiking and biking, most commonly used there, and with the controls to respect traffic lights, up to the respect of pedestrians , for the time and sports they offer at the same time, in addition to the low cost.
Cafes in Geneva
As you walk through the city streets, whether in Zurich, Bern or Geneva, you will find cafes serving coffee and hot drinks, as well as cold ones, and you will find friends and families in conversation, and enjoy the weather, whether it be hot or cold is.
Geneva is known for its abundance of Arabian cafes. In Zurich Street, near the navy, you can find Egyptian, Syrian, Lebanese, Sudanese and Emirati cafes and restaurants. Arab communities prefer to live in Geneva as it houses most of the Arabs. missions near the United Nations headquarters in the city center.
Switzerland has many water taps. When you walk in the streets, you find it all around you. 80% of the drinking water consumed in Switzerland comes from underground, so it is safe to drink.
Drinking water in Switzerland comes from three different sources. About 40% comes from groundwater, 40% from fountains and running fountains, and the remaining 20% is surface water, mainly lakes and rivers. Groundwater is recharged by rain, melting snow and glaciers, as well as by streams and tributaries.
Historic buildings and narrow roads
When you visit Switzerland, you find that there are no tall buildings, or towers, compared to various countries of the world, and a look at the cities of Switzerland and its cultural gatherings shows that there are no buildings that are 6 or 7 floors do not exceed. , and with a Swiss look, all confirmed that they will have a significant negative impact on the environment, It obscures the aesthetic view of nature, and distorts the overall look of ancient cities, despite the advantage of low cost and ease of observing children playing outside.
As for the historic buildings found everywhere, especially Geneva, the buildings date back to the Middle Ages, and are known for the presence of many narrow roads, and shops that embrace the most famous international brands and historical monuments.
Zurich, Geneva and Lausanne are known for their museums, historic buildings and famous music festivals. Switzerland has many attractions, starting with the magic of the Alpine scenes, snow-capped peaks and the splendor of blue lakes, valleys and glaciers.
Red Cross Foundation
The International Committee of the Red Cross was founded in 1863 in Geneva, Switzerland by Henri Dunant and Gustave Moiner, with the aim of providing assistance and protection to victims of war. Since then, the Red Cross has provided medical, social and material assistance to those affected by war and natural disasters around the world Some of its functions are to respect all people equally, to provide them with economic security, as well as to provide humanitarian assistance to prisoners (regardless of the charges against them).