This idea of a small European country evokes a view of the Sound of Music (although it is actually arranged in Austria), a little confused with Sweden, and a little knowledge we learned from the Twilight novel – neutral Switzerland! But if you really go there, you might need to know more about this country.
1.Switzerland speaks various languages. No, Switzerland is not a language. Switzerland has four official languages: German, French, Italian and Romansh. The western provinces (called cantons) which include Geneva, Neuchatel, and Lausanne speak French. The southern region of Ticino speaks Italian. The majority of Swiss, including Lucerne and Zürich speak German, but their dialect will be almost impossible to understand if you have studied the German dialect. Finally, a very small minority in southeast Switzerland speaks Romansh. Luckily for those of you who don’t speak German, French, and Italian, most Swiss people have functional knowledge of English. You might really find it difficult to practice your French or German in many fields, where there is an American accent that encourages Swiss people to change their conversational language to their always perfect English, only to make it easier for everyone involved . Try not to disappoint you.
2. There is no small welcome. You might think that a multilingual population wants to show it off – but not in Swiss people. Unlike Kentucky, chatting lightly with waiters and cashiers is not recommended. Not part of culture to show friendliness or warmth to strangers. No offense.
3. Lake life is an integral part. It seems like every city in Switzerland is in a magnificent lake filled with geese. There are two things that need to be considered about that. One, the goose is actually able to destroy most of the bones in your body if they hit you … Read the rest