Switzerland offers a captivating journey through stunning alpine landscapes, charming villages, and vibrant cities. With efficient transportation and a seamless blend of tradition and modernity, it promises an unforgettable experience for travellers seeking natural beauty and cultural richness.

Preparing for the trip

Valid Passport

Ensure that your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your intended stay in Switzerland. Keep digital and physical copies of your passport.


Check if you need a visa to enter Switzerland based on your nationality. Keep digital and physical copies of your visa.

Travel Insurance

Obtain travel insurance that covers medical expenses, trip cancellations, and lost or stolen belongings.

Health and Safety

Consult your healthcare provider or visit a travel clinic to inquire about any necessary vaccinations or health precautions


The official currency of Switzerland is the Swiss Franc (CHF). Inform your bank and credit card providers about your travel plans.


Research transportation options within Switzerland. Consider purchasing a travel pass if you plan to travel extensively by train.


Research and book your accommodation in advance, especially during peak travel seasons or major events.


The four national languages of Switzerland are German, French, Italian, and Romansh. English is widely spoken too.


Check the weather forecast for the period you’ll be in Switzerland and pack accordingly.


Plan an itinerary that aligns with your interests and the time you have available.

Electrical Adapters

Switzerland uses the type C (2-pin) and Type J (3-pin) plugs. (Type C 2-pin plugs also fit J sockets.)


Check with your mobile service provider about international roaming plans or consider purchasing a local SIM card for your phone.

Around the country

10 Days Itinerary.

Immersing yourself in a 10-day Swiss adventure unveils a tapestry of experiences that embrace the essence of this diverse country. 


These Switzerland FAQs serve as valuable insights, enriching your Swiss adventure.

For Muslims.

Overall, Switzerland extends a warm welcome to Muslim travellers, offering Halal food options, mosques for prayer, and a safe environment to explore its wonders.



The Sigriswil Panorama Bridge is a 340-meter-long pedestrian suspension bridge that connects the villages of Aeschlen and Sigriswil in the canton of Bern, Switzerland.