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    Beautiful Lakeside restaurant close to Interlaken with its own private pier. Book your cruise to arrive directly by boat on your restaurant. The public cruise will especially dock at the restaurant so you can disembark


    Cuisine Possible: Swiss, Italian & Indian

    Food Quality & Taste = 5*   /   Service & Friendliness = 5*  / Ambience = 5*+

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    Pricelist valid: From: 01.01.2017 to: 01.01.2020


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  • Full Country Name: Swiss Confederation
    Area: 41,295 sq km (16,105 sq mi)
    Population: 7.3 million
    Currency: Swiss Francs (CHF / SFr)
    Capital city: Bern (pop 130,000)
    People: 74% German, 20% French, 4% Italian & 1% Romansch
    Language: German, French, Italian & Romansch
    Religion: 49% Roman Catholic & 48% Protestant
    Government: Federal republic
    Time: GMT/UTC plus one hour
    Electricity: 220 volts, 50Hz
    Tourism: 11 million visitors annually
    Major Cities: Zurich, Geneva, Bern, Basel, Lausanne


    Country Information

    From the cosmopolitan offerings of Geneva to the UNESCO heritage site of the Aletsch Glacier, Switzerland is a veritable treasure trove waiting to be discovered. Whether you want to reach the top of the Jungfrau to see the stunning views of the German Black Forest and the French Vosges, visit Lake Geneva's historic lakeside villages like the Olympic city of Lausanne, stroll in the car-free, 7,000-foot atmosphere of Bettmeralp, travel across Lake Lucerne to the alp horn and handoergeli (Swiss accordion) shops in the village of Schwyz, see the Bear Pit in Berne and wonder at the Chillon Castle near Lake Geneva, which is a 12th-century fortress and an inspiration for the works of the poet Lord Byron or chug along in one of the famous Swiss scenic trains: the Golden Pass, the William Tell, the Bernina or Glacier Express as they smoothly snake across Swiss alpine fields, carrying on the breeze, the clanging of cow bells, the faint smell of wood, and the soothing sounds of mountain streams, we are the Swiss travel specialists.Like Swiss master chocolatiers, we at EuroSwiss Global will create an exqusite travel confection for you, which will include glacier treks, colorful festivals, local cuisine, historic tours against a backdrop of lush natural beauty and warm Alpine hospitality and have you asking for more.


    History & Culture

    Switzerland, the peaceful, modern country with a high per capita income and most modern living standards, has had a turbulent history. The country's passageways and mountain passes through the Alps made it a coveted territory for many powerful states in ancient times. The earliest recorded colonizers of Switzerland were the Romans, who brought in the concepts of urban planning to the lake settlements that once characterized Switzerland. In the middle ages, the Swiss Confederation was established and it grew through treaties and forcible seizures of neighboring territories. After centuries of conflict between Calvinists and Catholics, peasants and nobility, and between the various ruling clans, the Helvetic Republic was created when Napoleon seized the country in early 18th century. In 1848, Switzerland became a federal state. Switzerland's pacifist, neutral position is legendary. In the two world wars, Switzerland refused to join either of the warring sides. This has made Switzerland the center of many cultural activities. The UN, Red Cross and many important international organizations are based in Switzerland. The people speak French, German, Italian and even Croatian, but linguistic differences have not turned into cultural conflicts in this peace loving nation. Christianity is the dominant religion. But the austere Calvinist past of this country has not hampered the tolerance and broad outlook of the people, who have welcomed people with all religious backgrounds.