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Switzerland is renowned for its natural beauty, and it is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. The country’s landscapes are characterized by breathtaking mountain ranges, deep blue lakes, lush green valleys, and picturesque towns and villages. Every place is  picture perfect here. A popular destination for Bollywood filmmakers for many years, and several Bollywood movies have been filmed in Switzerland.The scenic beauty of Switzerland, with its snow-capped mountains, beautiful lakes, and picturesque towns and villages, has made it a popular location for romantic song and dance sequences in Bollywood movies.

“Switzerland is a small, steep country, much more up and down than sideways, and is all stuck over with large brown hotels built on the cuckoo style of architecture.”

Ernest Hemingway

Things to See and Do in Switzerland


“The Connectivity”

“From the cogwheel”

Typical Costs When Travelling


The cost of accommodation in Switzerland can be quite high, especially in popular tourist destinations such as Zurich, Geneva, and Interlaken. A budget traveler can expect to pay around CHF 30-50 per night for a bed in a hostel dormitory, while a mid-range hotel room will cost around CHF 100-200 per night. Luxury hotels can cost upwards of CHF 500 per night. Airbnb and other vacation rental options are available and can offer more affordable accommodation, with prices starting at around CHF 60-80 per night.


Switzerland is known for being an expensive country, and the cost of food reflects this. A budget traveler can expect to pay around CHF 10-15 for a fast food meal, while a mid-range restaurant meal will cost around CHF 25-40 per person. Fine dining restaurants can cost upwards of CHF 100 per person.

Buying groceries and cooking your own meals can save money, with a basic meal for two costing around CHF 30-40.


Switzerland has an excellent public transportation system, including trains, buses, and trams. A single train ticket for a short journey can cost around CHF 5-10, while a longer journey can cost upwards of CHF 50. A Swiss Travel Pass can offer savings for those planning to use public transport extensively during their trip. Taxis and rental cars are more expensive options, with a short taxi ride costing around CHF 20 and a rental car costing around CHF 100 per day.

Overall, a budget traveler can expect to spend around CHF 70-100 per day, while a mid-range traveler can expect to spend around CHF 200-300 per day. These estimates are based on prices as of 2021 and may vary depending on your travel style, itinerary, and other factors.

Money Saving Tips

Travel during the off-season Switzerland can be very expensive during peak tourist season, which is typically from June to August. Consider traveling during the shoulder season (April-May or September-October) when prices are lower and the crowds are thinner.
Stay in budget-friendly accommodations Hostels, Airbnb rentals, and budget hotels can help you save money on accommodation costs. Consider staying outside of major tourist areas to find more affordable options.
Pack your own snacks and water Food and drinks can be expensive in Switzerland, so consider packing your own snacks and water to save money.
Shop at discount stores Switzerland has many discount stores, such as Aldi and Lidl, which offer affordable groceries and other essentials.