The Swiss Confederation, abbreviated as “Switzerland”, holds one-third of the world’s money. The capital city of Bern is located in central Europe, bordering Germany to the north, Austria and Liechtenstein to the east, Italy to the south, and France to the west. It is located in the north temperate zone, with four distinct seasons. The country is high and steep, lacking in mineral resources, and rich in forest and water resources, with a total area of 41284 Square kilometre. The country is composed of 26 states (six of which are half states). By 2021, the total population will be 8.738 million, mainly Swiss people, of which the foreign population will account for 26.5%. German, French, Italian and Latin Romance are the official languages, and the residents mainly believe in Catholicism and Protestantism.
The territory of Switzerland was a Celtic activity area in prehistoric times. Celts used to be indigenous people in central Europe. On August 1, 1291, Uli, Schwyz and Lower Walden secretly formed a permanent alliance in the struggle against the House of Habsburg, which was the beginning of the founding of Switzerland. In 1815, the Congress of Vienna confirmed Switzerland as a permanent Neutral country. In 1848, the Constitution was formulated and the Federal Council was established, making it a unified Federation country. Maintain neutrality in both World Wars.
Switzerland is a highly developed industrial country with a free economic policy. It is one of the richest countries in the world. The Global Innovation Index ranks first and is known as the “heart of Europe”. At the same time, it is also known as the “world garden”, the “clock kingdom”, the “country of finance”, and the “European water tower”. It is the host country of numerous international organizations’ headquarters or offices, as well as international conferences. A total of 45 international organizations, including the United Nations, the World Trade Organization, the World Health Organization, the International Olympic Committee, and the International Red Cross, have established their headquarters or offices in Switzerland. Meanwhile, Switzerland is a member of international and regional organizations such as the United Nations and the Council of Europe. In 2021, Switzerland’s gross domestic product was 731.6 billion Swiss francs, with a per capita gross domestic product of 84055 Swiss francs.

Famous tourist attractions

Jungfrau: Skiing

Matterhorn: Glacier Paradise

Bern: Einstein’s Former Residence

Interlaken: paragliding

Grindelwald: Fairy Tale Town Scenery

Ryan: A Waterfall with High Traffic in Europe

Zermatt: Enjoy Matterhorn

Grossmünster: the shooting point of love’s forced landing

Geneva: Jet d’Eau and St. Peter’s Cathedral

Lucerne: Water Tower Flower Bridge