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Travel Agency in Fribourg

Travel Agency in Fribourg - Johan ARATOURS Travel Services

(Member Since 2017) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Geneva, Basel, La Gruyere, Zurich Languages: English, French, German, Russian

Our Company is involved in travel and transfer business since 2006 with the aim of providing high quality services within and outside the boundaries of Switzerland.

Private Guide in Zurich

Private Guide in Zurich - SwissSafari - Individual Touring GmbH

(Member Since 2006) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Zurich, Lucerne, Geneva Languages: English, German, French, Italian

Searching for that “extra something”? “Just allow yourself to be carried away and have a look around together with us!” SwissSafari does advertise with the Slogan “searching for that extra something”, because each of our tours is singularly, individual and cut to our guests personal desires. My name is Carmen Aebi and I am the owner of the tour company SwissSafari GmbH - Individual Touring. SwissSafari is specialized in customized and chauffeur-driven holidays in Switzerland and Europe.

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Switzerland

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Capital: Bern
Language: Swiss German
Currency: Swiss franc (CHF)

COMMENTS ABOUT Switzerland:

The Swiss Confederation, unofficially known as Switzerland, is a landlocked country in western Europe that shares borders with Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, France and Italy. The climate is mostly mild and temperate except for some extreme diversities such as glacial conditions on the mountaintops and warm and humid summers in southern regions. 

Switzerland is well known for being a neutral country, and is also the country responsible for creating the Red Cross. The famous St. Bernard rescue dogs are an Alpine treasure, and Switzerland is also quite proud of its most famous literary creation, Heidi, by Johanna Spyri. The tallest dams in Europe are found in the Swiss Alps, such as the Grande Dixen Dam in Heremence, which is 285 meters high.

The majority of tourism in Switzerland is related to skiing and other winter sports. Snowboarding is also popular, and the bobsleigh was invented here. Some of the most popular ski resorts are near the glaciers of Saas Fee, in Moleson, Charmey, and Verzasca, which is also famous for the 007 Golden Eye Bungee Jump.

Hiking along Jacob’s Trail or on the Swiss Path is popular with outdoor enthusiasts, and the nature labyrinth in Valais is an adventure itself. There’s an incredible open air museum at Ballenberg, and the the adventure of walking across the spectacular Trift Bridge is an experience not to miss.

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