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My name is Lizzy, I’m dreaming to see the world. I‘m happy to make new friendships. I love to try new things and dive into local cultures. I enjoy reading, writing, surfing, painting… and much more :) Although I often need my own space, I enjoy company and sharing experiences, thoughts, jokes and laughter.
Open-minded, adventurous, brave, soulful and independent woman. I have a free spirit and fun-nature, so if you're down for another journey then let's start and go on a new adventure!
HI! Im Chiara. I was born and raised in Fribourg (CH). I like travelling when I can afford it mostly, that’s why I’m getting on this app! Open minded and very social, I like to discuss art or music, cook things for people and discover new personalities and cultures!
Hi, I’m Sophie. I live travelling and recently discovered the joy of solo travelling. A few years ago, I lived in Auckland, New Zealand for a year and then travelled around the world for 14 months. I now live in Switzerland with my boyfriend and two cats, but we are looking to move abroad again depending on where my boyfriend finds work.
Hello everyone, I am 25 years old, love traveling and sports. I would like to a Spanish or English-speaking country warm climate and beautiful nature. I'm very interested about being abroad via a Organization like Workaway too work. Do you have any others? Ideas?"
Hi, my name is Jeanine and during my studies I start to travel around and I love to explore new countries. I studied sports and biology in Switzerland and work now as a sports teacher at a local highschool in my hometown. Doing sports is another thing I absolutly love to do.
My name is Clara Bürge and I like to travel. If I'm not traveling right now, then I live in Basel in the city. I am very open and cheerful and I am very happy to meet new people.
Hey, I'm Alice and I'm interested in backpacking, animals, diving, dancing, hiking, nature, solo travel, technology, science, languages and live music
Love to travel alone happy to meet new people on the way in Iguazu till 21th january 23 to 27th january Salta then probably Mendoza Buenos Aires …
Hey!, I'm Regula and I'm interested in backpacking, dancing, languages and photography
Hello, I'm PARVATHY and I'm interested in architecture, art, books, culture, cinema, dancing, events & social, food & cuisine, history, languages and nature
Salut ! I am an American student currently completing my MBA degree in Paris. Formerly, I was an artist specializing in analog and alternative photographic processes in northern California. Before my studies in Paris, I traveled solo throughout Western and Eastern Europe, as well as parts of the middle east, solely using couch surfing for several months. Even after 5 years, I still maintain many of the friendships I made traveling solo. I have lived in Paris for several years and I plan to reside here permanently. Now, I consider it home :)
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During my visit to Switzerland, I explored Basel, Zurich, and Geneva over five days. The primary reason for my trip was a conference in Zurich, although my plans altered due to a flight cancellation, leading me to spend two hours in Basel before taking a train to Zurich. On the last day, I managed to visit Geneva. Regarding safety, Switzerland felt remarkably secure even during late evenings. I felt comfortable walking until 9:30 pm, while a friend mentioned feeling safe to walk there even at 3 am. The locals are generally helpful, although not everyone speaks English fluently. Preparing a list of tourist spots and their addresses on your phone can be useful when seeking directions. Showing these details to locals can assist them in understanding and guiding you appropriately. For accommodations, I spent around 650 euros for two hotels in Zurich and Geneva, choosing mid-range options rather than budget accommodations. In terms of food and restaurants, there are numerous restaurants offering delicious Swiss cuisine. During my visit to Geneva, I had the pleasure of dining at Auberge de Savièse, a charming restaurant renowned for its authentic Swiss cuisine. This cozy restaurant exuded a traditional Swiss atmosphere with its wooden decor and inviting ambiance. Transportation within Switzerland is convenient, mainly through an extensive and efficient train network. Navigating the train system is relatively easy, and it's a reliable way to travel between cities. In Zurich and Geneva, the tram and bus networks complement the train system well. They offer efficient city travel, reaching various attractions. Navigating these networks is straightforward, enhancing the overall convenience of getting around both cities. However, it's essential to be mindful of transportation rules and ensure you have valid tickets as there are regular checks. Day 1: Arrival in Basel, train to Zurich Day 2: Exploring Zurich Day 3: Exploring Zurich Day 4: Train to Geneva; exploring the city Day 5: Departure from Geneva, flying back homePosted: December 27, 2023
I was in Switzerland in May for 6 days. I had a car and drove from Zurich to Zermatt, where I spent 2 days. Then I went to Lauterbrunnen for 2 days and to Lucerne for another 2. I took a one-day trip to Bern for about half a day. There was a lot of traveling, but I had a great time and it is incredibly beautiful there.Posted: September 29, 2023
I went alone on a 10-day trip to Switzerland. It was more beautiful there than I thought. It was also more expensive than I expected. If you're planning a trip, I suggest buying a Swiss Travel Pass. It provides free train, bus, and boat rides, free admission to most museums, and discounts on other attractions. It was very worth it. For the first week, I stayed in Zurich and took day trips to Bern (my favourite), Lucerne, Liechtenstein (the pass works here too), Stein am Rhein, and Jungfraujoch. Then I went to Zermatt (Matterhorn is amazing) and took the Glacier Express to Saint Moritz, before returning to Zurich to fly home.Posted: August 16, 2023