Switzerland is not part of the European Union, and as such, the currency of Switzerland is the Swiss Franc. As of November 1, 2007 the exchange rate was 1.6652 Swiss Francs (CHF) to 1 Euro (EUR) and 1.1392 Swiss Francs (CHF) to 1 US Dollar (USD). The Swiss Franc coin denominations are: 5,10, 20, 50 cents and 1, 2, and 5 Francs. Bank note denominations are: 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, and 1000 Francs.
Switzerland is the perfect place for travelers who want to find a comfortable, colorful and an incredibly clean place. Our first enjoyable visit in Switzerland was last May 2007 (spring season)..... Markedly, spring time (March to May), Summer (June – August), Autumn (September to November), Winter (December – February)....
Just sharing some of our photos.
Gate in Parco Civico overlooking the lake at Lugano, Switzerland
Lucerne, Switzerland Chapel Bridge and Water Tower.
Flower clock in Geneva, Switzerland.
They have an automated teller facilities. Gosh! I'm all alone, figuring out how can I pay with this hi-technology parking teller?
Clocks are spread out all over the whole Switzerland and remained the leading watch exporting country.
The best thing if you are driving is that they have an amplified traffic arrow lights.