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5 Money Saving Tips: Switzerland on a Travel Budget

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Subscribe to my channel: http://goo.gl/y9hQsB It's a very known fact that Switzerland is a very expensive destination, but don't let that stop you. On my travels in Switzerland this summer I found 5 ways you can save money while traveling on Switzerland:) I don't normally do money saving tips, but I really loved Switzerland and think it's such a shame if money is the reason you don't go, that's why I've put this together, hope it helps and shows that there are always ways to make your travel dreams come true some way or other:) ………………………… If you are interested in more lifestyle videos then maybe check out my other channel GoDownsize: https://www.youtube.com/user/godownsizecom ……………………………… Gear used to shoot and edit these videos: Camera Sony: http://amzn.to/1HBjEaF Boom mic: http://amzn.to/1HBjKzf Iphone 4s and 6 plus: http://amzn.to/1HBjTm5 GoPro Hero: http://amzn.to/1LoUJrB Gopro headstrap mount: http://amzn.to/1KbQ1NC Monopod mount: http://amzn.to/1F7HNCL monopod: http://amzn.to/1F7HSGy Macbook Pro: http://amzn.to/1SstJgm ……………………………… FOLLOW me on: Instagram: http://instagram.com/one_girl_one_suitcase/ My Blog: http://www.onegirlonesuitcase.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/1Girl1Suitcase ………………………………. Music Credits: Used with permission from https://brokeforfree.bandcamp.com/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode Golden Hour https://brokeforfree.bandcamp.com/track/golden-hour Summer Spiffs https://brokeforfree.bandcamp.com/track/summer-spliffs
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Style Hyper Prodc (5 days ago)
May you suggest a restaurant good deal and price to all visitors and where to find ?
Lynn Zarina (9 days ago)
thank you girl....i like it. im going to Chur this autumn and now preparing the budget. may i know the name of the place you stay?
Cathy Manske (12 days ago)
Great 5 tips
Wu-Tang Sword Style (18 days ago)
I’m going to Switzerland in February, I saved money on accomadation by getting an AirBnB just over the border in France (which cost less than half the price) then travelling into Basel by train for a £5 return. I can then travel to nearby places from Basel like Interlaken, Lucerne, and even into Germany (I’m going to Freiburg), and the trains will be covered by the money I saved on accomadation!
Imagynuity (22 days ago)
Thumbs up if you had to google the Swiss frank exchange rate.
Steve Blanchard (25 days ago)
50chf for schnitzel, fries, orangshaft, pot of tea and strudel is not cheap. Restaurant Eiger Nordwall. 37chf for a burger fries and drink at Birg. My tip is go half board at a hotel that does packed lunches in the price. You may not get a choice for main course, but when you can pay 70-100chf in a restaurant on one course per person, the daily menu is good value. Book with a tour operator that does free transfers and a half price pass or free travel pass. Bottled water is expensive, so buy a couple and refill them with fresh spring water. It is possible to get free travel with a pre bought Swiss travel pass. If you stay in Interlaken your trip to Zurich airport can be via Bern, but you can also go via Luzern, you see a bit more of Switzerland for free. Jungfrau travel pass is very good money. You can travel by train from murren to Klein via lauterbrunnen and the take the the train to Grindelwald, gondalla to mannlichien, cable car to Wengan and back to Murren for nothing extra. If you want the Jungfrau it's about 80chf return from Klein. Or a trip to Brienz. Murren, lauterbrunnen, Interlaken, boat cruise to Brienz and return via Zentralbahn to Interlaken
Joey Billions (1 month ago)
Thanks so much😘👍
BlueCorp (1 month ago)
0:09 I have a feeling you're scary when you're pissed off lol
Buffie Howe (1 month ago)
So awesome thank you
upfreaks (1 month ago)
*Tip Number 1* - WRONG..!!! Traveling from point *A* to point *B* it doesn't matter what kind of train you take, the price will be EXACTLY the same..!!! This video should come with a disclaimer, WARNING, clueless tourist spreading misinformation..!!!!
Déjà vu Vibe (1 month ago)
Thank you in advance. Much appreciated the advice in savings and enjoy my holidays sight seeing beautiful Switzerland. Cheers from Australia 😊
Arafat Baunto (1 month ago)
100% saving tips is not to travel Switzerland at all.
D.M. RIFAT (1 month ago)
can you please upload some exclusive video of Switzerland?
Brant (1 month ago)
Cool place
FriedFrudda (1 month ago)
Is it easy to find a decent job in Switzerland?
Dalib Ahmed Yahya (1 month ago)
Yo what about Kebab you did Not even mentioned Why i feel sorry for Kebab most of the places they sell whit drink around 10 Swiss Franc. What about Pizza. One cann also walk by the side walk of the motorway😉
Julie Jackson (1 month ago)
Thank you!!
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Shubhendu Priyadarshi (1 month ago)
You can opt for hostels instead of an apartment or hotel if available and if you are comfortable
vkv7477 (2 months ago)
Great tips
Ejeekel Subba (2 months ago)
Thanks for instructions
Venkatesh K C (2 months ago)
great made me think Thank you very much
BrinCast (2 months ago)
Were you in Lauterbrunnen? I loved my stay there!
margarita margarita (2 months ago)
if I eat like you I lose 4 kilos per day... and I am slim...5 francs for all that?!! where have you seen that?were you drunk?
margarita margarita (2 months ago)
regional trains have more crimes also, nobody controls.
velid velid (2 months ago)
Come to Sarajevo. Ill show you many places :) you are great presentator
NewJerseyJay (2 months ago)
The best and cheapest way to go to Switzerland is.. To enter the country Illegally and claim asylum. Therefore they will pay for everything :)
etunny (2 months ago)
It’s good suggestions.
HaSsy MiiA (2 months ago)
What is it in British pounds!
Tim Tense (3 months ago)
Thanks for the tips. I live in Belgium just a few hours away but I've never been there...
abhishek dey (3 months ago)
Can anybody tell me if it is possible to go for a day trip to Murren from Interlaken. If yes then how should I plan it?
avinash rathore (3 months ago)
good info..thanks
Mr11ESSE111 (3 months ago)
everybody talks how swiss are expensive and scandinavian countries are more expensive but they got lower wages
Muhammad Fayyaz (3 months ago)
Pls visit in pakistan and see pakistani beauti
syl pascale (3 months ago)
Buy a Swiss Travel Pass, it is good on all trains, buses, and you get 50% off on cable cars and cog rail. Shop at the Co-Ops or Migros Market for Muesli and Yogurt for breakfast, make a salad for dinner with chicken and buy the local bread in the bakery - really good for dinner. This way you can eat for 25-40 per day for two people. You can always pick up fruit, energy bars, bread for lunch.
Hassan P (3 months ago)
I planned to visit over there
Nidhin Kavulla Purayil (3 months ago)
There is an option of tell passes which allows you to use the buses, the trains, cable cars, trams any number of times for a specified number of days. In 2016, I took a tell pass of five days which costed around 230 CHF but of great value
Pragash T (4 months ago)
I lived in zurich for 2 years and yes its the most expensive country but its a paradise, My best advice is plan your trip in off season there will be discount in train's up to 70% and hotels up to 50-70%.
wayne tyson (4 months ago)
Shop at Aldi if you can find 1 ;)
Nida Khan (4 months ago)
I like ur video specially the water drinking idea 👍👍👍
Alonso Rodrigez (4 months ago)
Austria is a lot lot cheaper and offers so many sightseeings and activities. Plus ...Vienna is AWESOME
Chris B. (4 months ago)
So fahren Sie doch nach Österreich - und Sie werden sehen, auch dort werden Sie Ihr Geld los! Austria ist nicht switzerland, ja vienna ist sehenswert, - und auch nicht viel billiger. Ich fahre nicht in ein Land, um zu sparen, aber BERN, THUN, GENF, LUZERN etc.sind auch sehenswert!! Und ich fühle mich in der Schweiz sicherer - und Österreich hat nicht einen einzigen 4.000er-Gipfel, die Schweiz 47!!!! und viel mehr Seen als Österreich,! Und die Freundlichkeit in der Schweiz ist echt - und nicht gespielt ......
Ruefe87 (4 months ago)
1:33 Don’t just stick your bread in there, stir it for f**k sake! :D :D
aboutcambodiatravel (4 months ago)
it is beautiful country , i am interested to see there
acajudi100 (4 months ago)
https://youtu.be/oZRBUBbfIJ8 https://youtu.be/dfuSw86-jw0 https://youtu.be/Hg5ZYntY8-g https://youtu.be/pNFdBk56iPs
Xella X (4 months ago)
Hi im mia im in swizerland 7 jaer
Arifin Raj (4 months ago)
Thanks for information
HAMED KHAN (4 months ago)
Where are you staying at in this video ?
Tripti Shukla (4 months ago)
take a bus ride instead of trains..they are always cheaper
Harpreet Singh # (4 months ago)
Sweet
wood barron (4 months ago)
Drive through Switzerland and take sandwiches end of
Raman Rungasamy (4 months ago)
Thank you+
Gauri Sharma (5 months ago)
Thank you so much for the tips — both in the video and in the comment section! I had a question about your fifth tip: Taking the cable car up and walking down. Which peaks would you recommend that have beautiful vistas and scenic hikes back down (that aren't too grueling). My family and my parents are planning a trip out there and we enjoy walking but I also don't want it to be a 4-5 hour hike either. Ideally it should be 2 hours or less. Would love suggestions if anyone has any. Also, which peak, cable car, and hiking combination did you show in your video?
Ayaz khan Aze (5 months ago)
where are u from
deval mori (5 months ago)
Thank s. ..
Marco Esquivel (5 months ago)
Excelente.. Ojalá pudiera saber más.. Gracias
Mohamed Ben Hamza (5 months ago)
Thanks for this useful video
Francois Depienne (5 months ago)
Some tipps from a local expat: - never stay in hotels. While the cost may look reasonable, food will kill your budget. Go rather for an apartment with a kitchen and cook by yourself. You will save restaurant costs which are typically 120 CHF/meal for a family of four. - Pic-nic for lunch by buying sandwiches or bread and cheese at local supermarkets. The most affordable are Denner, Aldi and Lidl. Always plan/pack your meals ahead in the morning so that you don't end up having to spend 20CHF for a simple pizza at lunch. - I personally would not recommend taking the trains if you are more than 2 people as it's very expensive. Take your car or rent one and you will enjoy much more flexibility when traveling in the mountains. Be aware that parking may be challenging in cities and even villages so always stay at places that offer free parking.
zahirul islam (5 months ago)
very important thanks alot
m o n a (5 months ago)
wenn nur en suppe gese hesch magsch au ned de berg ufelaufe liebi frau :)
Travel Thoughts (6 months ago)
I just saw your video after making mine about travelling in Switzerland. We specialise in slow travel, so we stayed for a couple of weeks in Aubonne, a small town by Lake Geneva. Generally, supermarkets are the cheapest places to shop. Even a loaf of bread in a bakery will cost you much more. A croissant in a bakery is about 1 CHF. The reason prices are higher in Switzerland is primarily the much higher disposable income. Anyway, if your viewers are interested in our recent report, please check out https://youtu.be/OKmOKzuoIsE BTW, the Persian cat at the start is only a few seconds of comic relief...
Guido Ahsam (6 months ago)
shitzerland is a fuckign rort! I went ther and camp. It cost more to camp in shitzerland than for hotel in Paris! In frenc Alp, poelple ride bicycle. In swis alp, they rid Harley! WTF!? Th swiss are tobelerole eating robot bankers!! Best mone y saving tip... avoid shitzerlands! OVERRATED and EXPENSIVE! France is prettier!
Md. Motiur Rahman (6 months ago)
I want to visit Switzerland on August. Where to visit and where to stay? Please help me. I want to spend 7-8 days
MrFirderis (5 months ago)
Take your time, switzerland is here since over 725 years and will be mostly there for some more years :) Enjoy Sweden and have a great trip!
Md. Motiur Rahman (5 months ago)
MrFirderis Thanks for your reply but unfortunately I have changed my decision. I will live in Sweden from August 4. Hope I will visit Switzerland in September or October.
MrFirderis (5 months ago)
I hope you talked about to visit August next year, or you will visit us nearby. The 1th of August is our national day, and some cities and region celebrate it at the 31th of July. So try to visit our county at those dates and get a nice first impression with that event and fireworks, perhaps in front of the mountains. Let's get started. You will mostly arrive at Zürich, perhaps at Basel. Depending on your jetlag and time you will arrive, I would stay 1 - 2 days at one of those cities. Both have a nice old town, and a lot of history and culture to explore. If you would like to visit Basel, I would offer you a "private tour" to explain you our country and the city itself. And be warned, if we talk about "cities", those are meant at swiss sizes. Our biggest city Zürich has almost 400'000 citizens, Basel not even 170'000. Yes, we're a small country :) Ok, we have Zürich and/or Basel. The next would be Bern and/or Luzern. Bern is something like our capital city, and Luzern is the most visited city in switzerland. Both are great, and both are worth a day to spend. And I didn't mention Genf/Geneva yet, but perhaps you should keep that for your second visit. Or you like to travel with our trains, what is an experience for itself. For that, I would recommend this video, so you have a background to decide what you would like to see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0OjheJ-nXnY We have the cities. Time to see some mountains. Depending where you are now (in Bern or Luzern), the mountains are just one or two hours away. But first let us end the discussion about the cities, so we know how much time you have left or do you have any other plans or special wishes :)
Md. Motiur Rahman (5 months ago)
I am not interested about museums. I like nature and culture.
MrFirderis (5 months ago)
Ok, so far it sounds like you would be ready to go, more or less. The last information I need is, how much are you interested in cultur, or is there anything specific what you would like to see? Are you for example in art, would you like to visit museums or not, are you more into nature, more into buildings? Right now it's sounds like the "classical" touristic tour.
Maccy Bear (6 months ago)
I hate expensive places. I will definitely avoid Switzerland. Thank you.
alberto cassinelli (6 months ago)
Switzerland is very expensive but very beautiful! Wallis and Graubunden two most beautiful Kanton-Region one must visit. Sometimes they make reduce prices for Saas Fee or Zermatt mostly during winter ski season. Cheese bread milk yogurt about the same as Italy. Gasoline is cheaper some sport ski brand clothes are sometimes a bit cheaper than Italy. If you travel with little money don't go to Switzerland. I am Italian I live not too far from the border.
margarita margarita (2 months ago)
ciao ALBERTO, where do you live?que laboro?:)
sanam karamally (6 months ago)
Awesome! thanks :)
Avizoon (6 months ago)
where are you from? you are so pretty!
Manju Gowda (6 months ago)
How much cost for a week in dollars
Jigar mehta (6 months ago)
if we buy a swiss travel pass , will it cover all the trains except the lifts ?
Vinay Mishra (6 months ago)
Awesome tips!! Big thank you. By the way basically where are you from??
Corsin Keller (6 months ago)
Lol das isch ja ds schiars haha nice :)
Jasgun Kaur (7 months ago)
You are awesome
Maria Bach (7 months ago)
My family and I are going to Switzerland in july. We have been there twice before, and everybody always says "Oh! It's so expensive in Switzerland!" But that is not always true! Yes, most of the peaks are very expensive to visit, but you can save a lot of money none the less. We always book our stay by homeaway or airbnb - this booking included a "tourist card" which means free busses in the region and a lot of discounts! We always book a place with a full kitchen, so we can make our meals at home (eating out IS expensive!) We go there by car (we live in Denmark), and on the way we stock up on groceries in Germany. On this trip we also include a trip to the Rhein Falls - which is close to the German border, so we can stock up on groceries again. I have been checking the prices for various attractions beforehand and have picked out things to do, that will not rip us off. This means we are not going to Top of Europe, but to view Mont Blanc instead (it's half the price!)
Louis Miller (7 months ago)
Good video! I couldn't have done better. I think to save money on food, buy a big bag of potatoes and bake them over a fire or if you are in a hostel, in the oven and share some butter with friends. If that doesn't work, then buy a bag of groceries in a neighboring country, if you are coming in by land. And for transport, why not use Eurolines or Flixbus? And why not camp with a tent? Or stay in Basel and go into Germany to visit the supermarket or eat in a restaurant. I'm an American. If I got it wrong, some European is welcome to correct me.
Yicong Hui (7 months ago)
are there many mosquitos in the mountian?
MrFirderis (6 months ago)
Depends on the season, the place and the high attitude. But they only bite, mostly nobody gets infected by them in switzerland.
Frederick Hartray (7 months ago)
Great tips. I would add, don't drink coffee because it is three times the price of coffee in Italy. Since you acknowledged that the food is better in France and Italy, one may ponder wether or not Trentino would give one great peaks, great food and more at 1/2 the price. That said Switzerland does seem to get snow sooner than Italy so your advice is good to those looking for skiing opportunities early or late in the season. Oh, and if you are driving through Switzerland to Italy, Top off your tank in Switzerland, because petrol is one thing that costs less there than in Italy.
Chris B. (4 months ago)
... Espresso-Vergleich Schweiz-Italien, hmmmm.... haben Sie schon mal einen Expresso am Markusplatz getrunken?? Es kommt immer drauf an, wo man einen Kaffee zu sich nimmt, ich habe in der Schweiz an vielen Plätzen schon günstiger Kaffee getrunken als z.B. in Österreich....
oceanspray209 (6 months ago)
Hi. We are Swiss and go to Italy any time we can just to eat!! Not only is Italian cuisine the best in the world (in my humble opinion) but it is really a holiday to pay Italian prices. :-) One thing that nobody mentioned however, is that while Switzerland is much more expensive than many other countries, we also have higher salaries, so it is logical. P.S A cup of coffee is generally around CHF 3.50 (at least in the pizzerias and local restaurants) you pay more as the standing of the restaurant increases. Going to Italy in October...yum yum!!
Marc Verhoeven (7 months ago)
Here my travel tip towards people, looking forward to a week (or longuer) stay in the Bernese Alps (south of canton Berne): buy a "regional pass" - Bernese Oberland. The train-, cablecar-, ... -cost will be lower if you could travel for 4, 6,8 or 10 days (in following up). The region where this card is avaible, is enormes ! Only after 2 mountains visited, it's already possible you gaine (imagine you wouldn't have bought this card).
Marc Verhoeven (7 months ago)
https://www.myswitzerland.com/en-be/regional-pass-bernese-oberland.html
sunny singh (7 months ago)
Thank you for information . actually I m planing to go to Switzerland
Riteshmital Mittal (7 months ago)
Good....
Guido Ahsam (8 months ago)
2girl 1cupp?
Vinay Ahuja (8 months ago)
Helpful information maria. thanks. the 4th point was cheap accomodation. i cud not clearly get what places u told which were local . can u suggest some more places and how to contact them. can u mail me at [email protected] if i miss it out here.
Nhel Fuentes Vlogs (8 months ago)
So, next stop would be in switzerland!
kanuckster (8 months ago)
Be nice if this country would let tourists know that you need to have your car lights on during the day. Got nailed for 35 Euros. You have to pay cash on the spot. There are no signs indicating this anywhere, at the borders or anywhere on the street. Even when you drive in Hungary you are constantly made aware of this as signs are everywhere reminding people they have a car lights on during the day. Funny thing, seems that the Swiss don't even know their laws as we saw many without the car lights on. And, all those pulled over by the police had foreign plates. Not only that, the police officer was ignorant. He said you should know the laws before entering a country, Austria has a law he said, you need to pay when driving on the Autobahn (we had Austrian license plates). We didn't quite get what toll roads in Austria had to do with the lights on law in Switzerland. One thing though is that you are made aware that you need to pay for driving on the Autobahns in Austria by SIGNS everywhere. It's kind of like speed limit signs, without them you don't know what the speed limit is. Could be I just gave the Swiss an idea for a new income source. After this experience we drove through Switzerland without spending a cent there. So be careful and study all the laws before entering Switzerland. We were later told that since Switzerland's economical problems, the Franc, and decline in over border shopping, the Swiss are trying to make money in other ways. Kind of reminded me of Mexico, parked in a spot where parking was allowed and when we returned to the car there was a "No Parking" sign hung on a hook screwed into the post and a police officer standing by the car with a ticket in hand. Here of course it was pay the ticket to the guy across the street in the tow truck or go to jail. Oops, maybe I just gave the Swiss another idea.
Choose Day (8 months ago)
It looks so cool
Kajal Madnani (8 months ago)
Please tell me what to carry in clothes for men women n children in month of may
BassBambi (8 months ago)
The train tip is absolutely not true, swiss train fees, are calculated by the territory you pass by, so in "zones" the more zones you pass the more expensive the ticket gets. if you want to travel long distance, or a lot, ask for abos, tourist pass, or a day pass, from a certain distance on this, will be the cheaper alternative, and you can travel worry-free with bus, train, and even ships.
harpreet kaur (8 months ago)
Yes we will do this 👍👍
BassBambi (8 months ago)
Don't do the train one, as this one doesn't exist, and never has, ask for tourist pass instead, or day pass instead
Collin Iyapian (8 months ago)
Great tips thanks We stayed in interlalen and travelled with a rail pass Allows you discount on the train up to jungfraujog and the boat trip on lake Thun was FREE Collin South Africa
Ferry Anolin (9 months ago)
Great!
Anthony Kernich (9 months ago)
One good travel pass I found is the Zurich 9 O'Clock day pass on a weekend. All day in the entire Zurich Canton for 26CHF.
Barry Pollard (9 months ago)
If you are flying into Basel and want to get to a single destination, buy your ticket from bahn.com. This is the German Trains website. You set your start point as Freiburg rather than Basel : Example Freiburg to Interlaken Ost is Eur 19.90. Buying from Swiss railways it is Eur 51.89. That's for exactly the same train. (Standard adult price with no discount cards).
ali (9 months ago)
I have used Swiss pass for 15 days along with my sisters summer 2016, wondering if it was as good as renting a car and pumping gas in it or cheaper. Please enlighten me, I am planning to go again there, we usually go everywhere there.
BassBambi (8 months ago)
As swiss, I don't know the exact price you paid for the swiss pass, it really depend on how much you travel and how much you use it, with the pass you can use bus, train and ships, which of course with the car would take of more gas because you need to surround the lakes or mountains. So I can't tell in general if you would have saved money, I think it depends on what you plan, if you planning on traveling to one point , like a campsite in Lugano and stay there, then the car is the better alternative, but if you want to travel free, the train is better, because it's always also a little dilemma here to find good parking spaces, they also can cost quite a bit in the city while bus stops are everywhere, allowing you to go not as populated off routes of hiking trips. also the car will limit you to return to the exact spot you left the car, for hiking you can't walk down another route, or to the next village, with the rail apss you can without worry. So it really depends on your type of holiday you ar eplanning on doing here. hope that helped you
Elsa Fischer (9 months ago)
If you want to save and be near the Alps is Sfazú which is near Poschiavio the hotel is Zarera the food is excellent and the views are out of this world all seasons
pol1250 (9 months ago)
Food in a supermarket cheaper than in a restaurant!!! Single ride less expensive than a return ticket !!!! What great advice.....please share more of your wisdom....
Prakash Panchal (10 months ago)
nice information thanks
martin boskovic (10 months ago)
I would rather not go to travel like this because you feel like a rat there. What is satisfaction if you go around towns and drink water from tap?? Caffe and restaurants are part of every culture if you can not afford it there better do not go. i visited Switzerland many times it is jewish country and everithing is extremely expensive. I can afford it but it is no satosfaction to pay everithig 3-4 times more than in other countries.
Chris B. (4 months ago)
Irgendwie geht sich das mit den Prozenten nicht aus... Früher überwogen die Protestanten, heute die Katholiken, aber nicht in dem Ausmaß..... Ja, ich bin jedes mal bei meinen Schweizurlauben fasziniert, wie das dort funktioniert, mit der Religions- und Sprachenvielfalt.....
cookiecrumbleheart (5 months ago)
I'm Swiss and I consider it crazy to drink bottled water in Switzerland. Our tab water is amazing! No use to buy water, that's just stupid on so many levels... Why produce more plastic waste if you can get awesome water for free? Get a glass bottle and refill it, instead of supporting Nestlé. Thank you. You can even ask for tab water in all restaurants/cafés as long as you order something else too. This is a normal thing here, we all drink tab water.
Treehe (6 months ago)
Swiss resident population over 15 years of age by religion (percentages), 2014 [3] Christianity 71.5 - Roman Catholic 38.0 - Protestant Reformed 26.0 - Christian Orthodox 2.2 - evangelical 1.7 - Lutherans 1.0 - other Christs 2.6 other religions 6.5 - Muslim 5.0 - Buddhist 0.5 - Hindu 0.5 - Jewish 0.2 - other faith community 0.3 nondenominational * 22.0 * Of these, 42% believe in a god / higher power, 32% as atheists, 25% as agnostics
Puneti Amit (10 months ago)
So helpful. Thank you very much. Nice video.
cheesecake_24 (10 months ago)
Exp
Max Herenberg (10 months ago)
a great way to stay overnight is couchsurf. it actually very common since hotels are super expensive.. and switzerland is super safe so do it! www.couchsurf.ch
Max Herenberg (10 months ago)
actually swiss people usually walk uphill and take the cable car down.. you may think it is easier down but actually its not. if you keep on walking a steep path down for several hours you will know what I mean..
mywonderjam (9 months ago)
I always knew the Swiss were a tad bit smarter than the rest. :)
Max Herenberg (10 months ago)
tip 2 is realy important!! 1. water is always drinkable in switzerland from EVERY tap unless it is clearly marked that it isnt (but that barely exists) and 2. little water bottles are horribly expensive. if you have to buy (i dont know why this could be the case) then go to regular supermarkets and not to little street shops they are usualy more expensive..

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