Makeswisstrip is one amongst the finest establishments providing Travel and Tour packages in Switzerland and Europe. We have been providing the leading Taxi, Travel and Tour services for the past 15 years in Switzerland and Europe. We have served thousands of satisfied customers spread from all over the world.
Makeswisstrip is this year’s award winner as the International Travel Agent of the year. We are centered in the heart of Windisch and has functional offices in London UK, Paris France, and India.
Switzerland is landlocked by Germany, France, Italy, Liechtenstein, and Austria. But nature has not locked its bounty on Switzerland – Nature has showered Swiss with the choicest of natural beauties which are nowhere seen elsewhere on the entire globe.
The mere utterance of the name Switzerland raises imageries of snow-covered peaks of the Alps, crystal blue lakes and households with steeped roofs. Switzerland offers its tourists a wide range of sightseeing fascinations and activities to enjoy, which includes travel around the history, Mother Nature, and decor in the summer or the beauty of the snow-swathed sceneries in winter.
We offer exclusive, competitive tour packages to discover this tremendous European treasure trove. Switzerland is one part of the whole world where you can enjoy the summer and winter with equal gusto.
During the summer months, exploring the countless lakes and mountains, especially in the Lucerne Lake Region, is mandatory. The charming towns of Switzerland have retained its old charm despite urbanization for the past century. The best skiing in Europe can be found in the Swiss Alps during winter. The Swiss Alps are one of the unsurpassed hiking destinations on the globe.
The Jungfrau, Appenzell, and Engadine offer mystifying routes to serious trekkers. Switzerland offers not only natural elegance but also its rich history, Mouth-watering cuisine, varied culture, and celebrated arts to its visitors from the nook and corner of the globe. From the capital city of Switzerland- Berne to the eternal city of Bellinzona, and Geneva- the epicenter of arts and culture, there are ample places to see and experience in Switzerland.
Switzerland has been the banking capital of not only Europe but to the entire globe, which can be seen in the prosperous city of Zurich. Zurich is fascinating, serene and stylish and simply one of the most preferred cities in the whole of Europe. The city is dotted with museums, hills, lakes, high-end shopping streets and some of the most ancient churches on earth. Such a wide-ranging variety of fascinations makes Switzerland a fantasy destination for tourists from every nook and corner of the world.
The underground lake at St Leonard is the unmissable exquisite natural miracle for tourists which is the biggest underground water body in Europe and can be sightseen by taking a boat tour. There are copious more to see and do in Switzerland. Plan a trip to this awe-inspiring nation and amass memoirs that can never fade away from one's memory for a lifetime.
Europe is the homeland of Western Civilization and has some of the world’s biggest and most renowned cities. Visitors from across the world are attracted by the traditional landmarks and natural exquisiteness of Europe. Europe’s cities buzz with people and activity. One cannot miss the lifetime opportunity to visit stunning palaces in virtually every metropolis, archeological remnants, and museums that lay witness to the opulent anthropological times gone by and art galleries that you cannot disremember in a lifespan. The numerous carnivals and events only make your travel experience even more memorable!
There is something to relish in Europe for every category visitor Europe is basically a land of plenty which has a bit for one and all - adventure fans can relish scuba diving, snorkeling, mountain biking and catch a taste of the La Tomatina Commemoration. History Connoisseurs will comprehensively enjoy the archeological relics and the countless museums spread across the whole zone while fine art buffs can get lost for hours or even days in the voluminous fine art galleries all over Europe
Currency: Euro (€)
Population: 741.4 Million
Time Zone: 7 time zones (UTC -1:00 to UTC +5:00)
Area: 10.18 Million sq. km (about 2% of the total surface of the Earth)
Countries: 50 sovereign states
Languages: Most common first languages: Russian, German, French, Italian, English, Spanish, Polish, Ukrainian, Romanian, Swedish, Dutch.
Largest cities: Istanbul, Moscow, Paris, London, Madrid, Barcelona, Saint Petersburg, Rome, Berlin, Milan.
Largest state – Russian Federation.
Smallest state – Vatican City.
The European continent is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean in the West, the Ural Mountains, the Ural River, and the Caspian Sea in the East, the Arctic Ocean in the North and the Mediterranean Sea, the Black Sea and the Caucasus Mountains in the South.
Europe has been divided into three prominent regions, Western Europe, Eastern Europe and Central Europe, each diverse region of Europe offers its sightseer immeasurable potentials and memoirs of a lifetime.
The olden times of Europe cover the societies residing in Europe from the dawn of time to the contemporary. All through the Neolithic era and the time of the Indo-European migrations, Europe saw human arrivals from east and southeast and ensuing imperative cultural and material exchange. The period known as classical time immemorial began with the emergence of the city-states of ancient Greece.
Later, the Roman Empire came to rule the whole Mediterranean basin. The fall of the Roman Empire in AD 476 traditionally marks the start of the Middle Ages. Beginning in the 14th century a Renaissance of knowledge challenged traditional doctrines in science and theology. Simultaneously, the Protestant Reformation set up Protestant churches primarily in Germany, Scandinavia, and England.
After 1800, the Industrial Revolution fetched prosperity to Britain and Western Europe. The main powers set up colonies in most of the Americas and Africa, and parts of Asia. In the 20th century, World War I and World War II resulted in massive numbers of deaths. The Cold War dominated European geopolitics from 1947 to 1989.
Statistics for the population of Europe differ according to the numerous portrayals about the boundaries of Europe. According to the United Nations, the population within the standard physical geographical boundaries comprised 737 million in 2010. In 2010 the population was 737 million, defining Europe's boundaries as the continental divides of the Caucasus and the Ural Mountains and the Bosporus, and including the European parts of the countries of Russia and of Turkey.
Most European countries still have growing populations due to immigration, population momentum and increases in life expectancy. Some current and past factors in European demography have included emigration, ethnic relations, economic immigration, a declining birth rate, and an aging population.
At 76.2%, Christianity is the principal religion followed in Europe, with Catholics forming the largest part of the group; followed by Orthodox and then Protestants.
The second-largest religion followed in Europe is Islam with most Muslims concentrated in the Balkans and Eastern Europe. Other religions include Hinduism, Judaism, and Buddhism.
There are 24 officially recognized languages in Europe. Of these, English is the most extensively spoken and is understood by 51% of the population. German falling at 18% is the most used European mother tongue. However, though all of its official languages are accepted as working languages, English and French are the most widespread and the former most commonly used.
Euro (€) is the major Currency used in the European Union with the exception of Denmark where the currency is Danish Krone. However, there are a total of 28 different currencies used in all of the 50 countries of the European continent. Other major currencies are Pound Sterling (UK), Swiss Franc (Switzerland), Hungarian Forint (Hungary), Russian Ruble (Russian), Greek Drachma (Greece), French Franc (France), etc.
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