While the Swiss might not be known as the most romantic nation, they certainly take matters of the heart very seriously. Unlike some other countries, Swiss men and women can be rather reserved and conservative; they prefer to take their time to get to know someone properly before they completely open up.
Is Swiss a boring country?
Not boring at all. There are so many nice places to visit, and so many things to do! The country is small enough that you can go almost anywhere on a day trip. There are concerts, museums, festivals, and of course, all the natural scenery you could wish for.
What is needed to get married in Switzerland?
You must both be over the age of 18 and have the capacity to consent; The person you want to marry must be of the opposite sex; If either of you are not Swiss citizens, you must be lawfully resident in Switzerland at the time of marriage.
What is the Swiss stare?
“By keeping an eye on everything, the Swiss ensure that everything is right in their world.” In other countries, people look when someone has cornflakes on their cheek, so something has already happened. In Switzerland, however, staring is preventive. It is a sobering thought.
Can you drink alcohol on trains in Switzerland?
And what does the Federal Railways say? “You can eat and drink anything on the train,” says Schärli, with the caveat that it might provoke “eye-rolling” if the scent is too strong.