Switzerland happened very spontaneously, I decided to take a train and spend a quiet few days munching Swiss chocolate. As soon as I got out of the train, I saw a poster that announced my memorable nights out in Zürich.
My trip coincided with the greatest festival in Switzerland. Züri Fäscht, the reason why city literally transforms itself every three years and provides fun and entertainment for all. Whole city was in festive mood, the streets were littered with hundreds of thousands of visitors. Three days of countless concerts, parties, shows, fireworks, whatever you can think of, this cosmopolitan city was bustling with activity like biggest amusement park. Don’t miss the best summer event of the Zürich city (every 3rd year) and mark your calendars for the first week of July. Zürich is expensive but Züri Fäscht is free!
The first association of the Switzerland after chocolate, cheese, watches, knifes are banks and money. The portrait on the front side of the 10 franc banknote shows Le Corbusier, one of the outstanding masters of modern design. He was an architect, town planner, urbanist, painter and theoretician whose creative energies focused on the human being.
TIP: Taste Swiss chocolate!
I hope you like this little photo diary I put together to share my time adventuring through Zürich. Let me know if you have visited Switzerland and how did you like it. If anyone has any feedback I’d be so appreciative to receive your comments and questions below.