Six cities in Switzerland (Lausanne Geneva Interlaken lucerne Berne Zurich)

Days: 10 days

Time: October

With whom: husband and wife

Play: free travel, humanities, poor travel, train

The author went to these places








Banhoff Street

Old town

Lake Geneva

Olympic Park

Olympic Museum

Taste of ruminants

IOC Headquarters

Flower clock

Espace Rousseau

Szentpeter Church

Big fountain

Palais des Nations


Lake toon

Lake Brienz,


Top of Europe

Small Separation

Ice Palace

Luzern Bahnhof

Lake Lucerne

Royce River

Musegg Wall,

Mount Reggie

Tielishi mountain



Church of the Holy Spirit

Berne bell tower

Xiong yuan




Notre Dame Church

Published on November 10, 2015 23:45

Europe has always been a planned tourist destination. It happened that LP went to Lausanne for IMD training on business, so he got a Schengen visa before the national day, and chose UAE's Zurich Shanghai round trip (via Dubai) to start a Swiss / French tour.

The specific itinerary is: Zurich Lausanne Interlaken lucerne Berne Geneva Paris Zurich.

I feel that Switzerland is a country suitable for free travel, and the safety of neutral countries is guaranteed; Domestic railway transportation is convenient; Map, timetable and other tourism information are comprehensive; The use of English in service industry is not harmful; The people are warm and friendly.

October 6th

From Zurich Airport is the airport railway station. The sign says Bahn. In all German speaking cities in Switzerland, Bahnhof Strasse is the main road. In fact, it is the main street in front of the station.

I bought a 4-day Swiss current pass (chf302) at the airport station. Swiss pass is only available for foreigners. Within the valid days, you can take the train, subway, ferry and city bus at will. All public museums can be visited free of charge, and private tourist spots can also enjoy discounts; The most important thing is convenience. You don't have to worry about buying tickets everywhere.

Swiss railway stations don't have a ticket gate. After boarding on their own platform, some staff will come to check the tickets. The date of the day must be written in advance before using the current pass.

The local train timetable can be obtained by the railway station, and it can also be found on the Swiss Federal Railway website( )Check in advance.

It takes two hours and 14 minutes to catch the 10 PM intercity train (ICN) at Zurich Hb, from Zurich in the German speaking North to Lausanne in the French speaking southwest, which runs through two-thirds of Switzerland.

Lausanne railway station is proud to mark the identity of the city - capital Olympique, which is the seat of the International Olympic Committee. Lausanne is a city built on a hillside. The railway divides the city into two parts. The north side of the city is a busy old city, and the south side leads to the largest inland lake in Europe, Lake LEC Leman.

The city is very quiet at night. The shops closed along the street decorate their windows with lights.

In a doll shop, the image of Ding Ding on display has the classic Chinese style in blue lotus.

Printed on the cover of the map of Lausanne, the dry bridge is a Catholic church with a history of nearly a thousand years. Because it is located at the top of the mountain, you can see it from almost every angle in the old city.

Return to the hotel and start planning the next day's trip to Lausanne.

October 7th

Get up early and walk to Lake Lemont. It's sunny, but the falling leaves remind us that it's late autumn.

The area near the lake is called orchard. The clear water reflects groups of gulls, swans and yachts in the harbor.

There are water skiers on the lake, and the roar of motorcycles is the biggest movement of the lake when it hits the bank and birds' voices.

Many old photos describing the historical relics of Lausanne are inlaid along the lake.

In a country that has not been attacked by war for more than 200 years, time condenses here.

A hotel rebuilt from a lakeside castle.

A short walk leads to the Olympic Park, where the Olympic Museum is located.

The Olympic flame has gone through many vicissitudes.

The park is full of sports sculptures that render the beauty of human body and sports.

Finnish long-distance runner Pavo Rumi, one of the four Olympic gold medalists in history, is "truly" presented.

The museum is my point of interest. I can change my ticket with Swiss pass.

Gallery and library are set on the ground floor; The main exhibition hall on the first floor is for tracing the origin of the ancient Olympic Games, the ideal of Pierre de Coubertin, and the display of the items of the previous winter and summer Olympic Games, with explanations in French and English (some familiar exhibits may have been seen in the Shanghai tour exhibition in the Olympic year); The highlight of the second floor is the equipment of the Olympic athletes in the past century, such as Jordan's shoes, Erte's discus, buboca's pole, Dayang's skate, Li Donghua's Chinese signature gymnastic suit, etc. Unfortunately, I couldn't take pictures, so I had to capture two from a distance.

Zhang Dan's / Zhang Hao's white match dress for the 2006 Turin Winter Olympics is adjacent to the red and black Carmen skirt of Vitter, the 1988 Winter Olympic women's single skater.

The comments on the display board of the Beijing Olympic Games are indeed quite high.

In the hall, you can see the logo of Kodak and Li Denghui's "always Miss Jiang Jingguo".

Souvenir sales department, the entrance and exit has the characteristics of competition.

There are not many visitors to the museum. Occasionally, I see the student team and the Chinese group (the latter is supposed to have a rest on the way, come in and take a picture, but don't visit the Museum).

As if aware of the spending power of Chinese tourists, the Sales Department of the museum arranged for Shanghai female students to have a warm exchange with the noisy group guests in front of the swatch counter.

Climb the terrace of the restaurant on the third floor and look out at Lake Lemont.

Next to the museum is FIVB. I don't know if Wei Jizhong also works in this picturesque landscape office.

In Lausanne, where there is no traffic light at the crosswalk, no matter how fast the driving speed is, the car must slow down and yield to pedestrians.

The bus stops here are marked with all the stops of the whole day. The bus will arrive at every time point (no traffic jam). Passengers have to press the door button to get on and off the bus. There is no ticket.

Take a 5-stop bus from the museum, that is, to the old city high up, and have lunch first.

The consumption level in Switzerland is high, but milk and Evian water are both super value in our opinion. The 500ml loading in Migros and coop supermarkets is only about 1.6 Swiss francs. The food is not cheap. The 5 Franc hot dog made by the old lady is the most affordable food I have ever seen.

The logo of the old city is tanchelu, uphill and downhill, with luxury brands and special craft shops standing between each other. The Italian Quartet plays the organ in the aroma of coffee. In the center of the city is place de la ripone, a magnificent classical building lying on one side, with intricate carving and bronze flying lions guarding it, and tourists from all over the world sitting on the steps.

Looking inside, the building, Palais de rumine, appears to be a mixture of Museum, library and University of Lausanne.

Buildings built in 1900 and old buildings like Lausanne are everywhere.

Modern teaching in the classical hall. Lausanne University has a good reputation. On the way, I met exchange students from Peking University.

Riponne square is also a flea market for handmade products and old books. There is no loud cry, and the stall owners are sitting in the sun.

It is said that busy times will appear every Saturday.

The little girl got her baby here.

A pair of brother and sister carrying a piano across the square. The city has internationally renowned music festivals.

Ascending from the square is the Cathedrale, the landmark of Lausanne.

Look up and see the statue of the celebrity being teased.

The Gothic church was built in 1150 and completed 125 years later, which witnessed the development and change of Lausanne from a small town to the second largest city in French circle.

Beautiful marble columns and hollowed out statues in the church.

Adjacent to the church, the Musee Historique de Lausanne, which was rebuilt from the Bishop's residence, was the only audience when I entered (chf4, free of charge by Swiss pass). The caretaker of bearded was very kind enough to open the lighting show of this group of Lausanne city models (the theme is historical change) for me. Due to his kindness, I had to watch it for 20 minutes in my seat.

The collection of cultural relics is concentrated after the middle ages, and most of them are home furnishings and art collections at that time. Because of the lack of understanding of the background of the religious reform, we can only take a cursory look.

Overlooking the corner of Lausanne from the window sill of the museum.

Go out and look back at the church.

After 5 o'clock, it's still early. Take bus No.6 from the old city to the International Olympic Committee headquarters in the western suburb of the city

Lake lemon in the twilight.

The lakeside of this area is full of football fields and camping bases, and the Olympic committee office buildings with glass houses are not impressive.

On the lawn, there is a bronze sculpture of women's walking race "going to the world" presented by China, which has been printed on the front of "sports daily" in the mid-1980s.

I stayed for a while, but I didn't meet President Rogge who was off duty.

October 8th

Because my wife still has classes, I decided to go to Geneva, 40 minutes away.

When I was waiting for the bus, I met a girl who graduated from Donghua University and went to work in Geneva. She told me that the bus in the city was not free for the public (because I didn't see anyone selling tickets and swiping cards on the bus, so I asked). I had to recharge the monthly ticket at the station consciously. Of course, if I got the ticket, I would be fined 60 Swiss francs. Visitors can get a free card at the hotel.

One of her minor complaints about Switzerland is that on weekends and holidays, local shops, including supermarkets, will close and the city will be deserted, which is just in tune with the domestic scene.

Geneva's railway station has twice as many platforms as Lausanne's. with the flow of people on the morning shift, we can see Notre Dame and Lausanne's hard to see wide and straight roads.

Mont Blanc is the name of the main road here. The German pen brand of the same name (Montblanc) also has a monopoly on this street. The brand monopoly of Swiss watch is all over here.

Reaching Rhone, there are swans and ducks playing, but the green of the river is different from the blue of Lake Lemont.

The Pont de Mont Blanc bridge is a famous flower clock scenic spot, and it's just like that on the spot.

The bronze sculpture opposite the flower clock, Le peuple genevois, who and who is this?

Similar to Lausanne, the old city of Geneva is also built on an upward slope. It is supposed that the City builders of that year wanted to stay high for defense.

Climbing to Du bourg de four square, the surrounding houses look like hundreds of years old.

Compared with Lausanne, the old streets of Geneva are much more desolate, but there are a few street scenes that can be directly used as the set of medieval movies.

The facade of Rousseau's former residence is very small. If you don't pay attention to it, you will miss it.

I'm the only one to visit again. The wireless explanation in my former residence contains Chinese.

I told the administrator that most Chinese knew that the author of confession was a great thinker. She mistook it for a great singer. Fortunately, she corrected it in time.

The building feels like a Greek shrine, or the New York Stock Exchange - in fact, the famous Cathedrale St Pierre.

Some people call it "St. Peter's Church". I guess it's the deviation of French and English transliteration.

In the 16th century, Calvin, the central figure of the reformation in the French speaking area, preached Protestant doctrine here.

So there's the reformation museum nearby.

Glass painting in the church.

The tower on the north side can climb, 4 Swiss francs.

It took a long time to go up, and it took a long time to get to the top floor through the dark clock tower, which overlooks Lake Geneva.

Children in the square in front of the church.

Old street drinking point.

Similar to Nanjing east road that kind of travel battery car in the old street.

On the left side of this section of slope, there is the longest park seat (more than 100 meters) in the world.

It's a little piece of knitting.

Home decoration shop, hanging Andy Howard's Mao Zedong.

When you go downhill to rue du Rhone, you ask passers-by and know that the UN headquarters in Europe, which is not within the scope of the map, is not too far away, so you take bus No.8.

At this time, the 140 meter high fountain on the Rhone River has begun to work. This is the city mark of Geneva during the day.

Stone lion

The northwest suburb of Geneva is an area where international organizations are concentrated. Along the way, there are the International Telecommunication Union (UIT), the European headquarters of the United Nations (nations) and the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Society (ICRC).

The Museum of the International Red Cross (MIRC) is small in scale, similar to the exhibition hall of the World Expo in style, with few objects, and focuses on conveying the concept of humanity.

The entrance is a group of blindfold sculptures with hands cut back. It can be imagined that, as the swordsmen, their eyes and hearts are dark and desperate. The flag of Red Cross and Red Crescent hanging above the sculpture indicates that the responsibility of the Red Cross movement is to protect people's lives from helplessness and fear.

In the exhibition board, there is a famous saying in Confucius' Analects of Confucius: "don't do to others what you don't want to do to yourself". There is also a paragraph signed by "Xunzi" -- "if you are close to a teacher, you can sell your money, and then the people will be fed up with their wealth" (but the English introduction says that it comes from Sun Tzu) - after coming back to Baidu, it is indeed an excerpt from the art of war.

Isn't it our army's consistent policy to treat prisoners favorably by "supporting them with kindness".

The European headquarters of the United Nations is more complex. The visitors' entrance is 500 meters to the left of the Palais des Nations (also the seat of the League of nations before World War II). They first go through the security check, make a badge (I don't know if it can be used in New York) according to the passport information, and then go in and wait.

Individual visitors must be guided by an English tour guide. According to the frequency of the English tour guide, they have to wait for an hour and a half.

I can't wait to withdraw.

Gandhi on the grass, such as Mahatma, did not win the Nobel Prize, because he was against the West.

It looks like the site of a world horticultural exposition.

A classical sculpture seems to have the meaning of lesbian.

The famous sculpture of broken leg chair on the UN square is obviously anti landmine.

However, there are also voices that think that mines are defensive weapons, and that western countries are often in an offensive position in international conflicts. Therefore, it is not purely out of humanitarian considerations that they advocate banning mines.

It is said that today's mines do not pay attention to the lethality, because even if only one leg of the enemy is injured, it can also contain more enemy soldiers (rescue) and use the enemy's strength more effectively; The disabled soldiers returning home with broken legs are a stimulus to their domestic anti war sentiment. So in this way, it may be more efficient to blow up than to kill.

Of course, it's better to have no war and never say goodbye to weapons.

After three o'clock, he hurried back to the railway station and set foot on the return journey. After Lausanne and his wife met, he reversed three trains (Lausanne Bern; Change to Eurail (Transnational train to Milan) in Bern and get to Spiez; Transfer to Interlaken west at the same platform) and arrive at Interlaken at 8pm.

Online booking of the family hotel Happy Inn Lodge, 120 Swiss francs for two nights, shared bathroom, wash in their own room.

October 9th

Interlaken, literally "between the two lakes", is a small town between Lake Thun and lake Brienz, which is the most famous tourist attraction in the Swiss Alps.

At Interlaken OST station, we bought a combined ticket for Jungfrau at the discount of Swiss through ticket, 254.4 Swiss francs per person.

Jungfrau is packaged as "top of Europe". In fact, its altitude of 4158 meters is far less than that of 4810 meters of Mont Blanc.

The journey to Jungfrau is divided into three parts, and the whole journey takes more than one hour.

Interlaken OST grindelward (train) - grindelward Kleine Scheidegg (monorail) - Kleine Scheidegg Jungfraujoch (monorail)

The first section arrives at grindelward, a peaceful pastoral scene.

Interesting knives and forks in front of the restaurant.

From the second section, along the way, the windows are full of such beautiful scenery,

There may be an international music festival, a group of kimono geisha at the railway station, and a group of Asians trying to play the traditional Swiss trombone.

In the third section, after climbing the snow mountain tunnel excavated for 16 years, the train arrived at the highest railway station in Europe.

Out of the tunnel first on the platform to see, a good snow covered peaks.

More than n Indians, among the travelers, are now excited to have a snowball fight.

Cool Sunglasses

Entrance and exit of viewing platform

Ice Palace

Take the elevator to the next floor. At the Sphinx viewing platform at an altitude of 3571 meters, you can see Jungfrau, Monch and Eiger peaks from a closer distance.

Cold resistant crows on snow mountain

In the distance, there is a road leading to the top of the mountain, which is called "glacier". The sign says that the destination can be reached in 45 minutes.

This time is obviously unreliable, because it took us four hours to go back and forth.

The roads surrounded by ropes are maintained by snow trucks every day, and the snow is relatively solid; I tried to step on the rope, and one foot sank down to 30cm or 40cm. I'm sure I can't make it without professional equipment.

The snow slope near the destination is steep and slippery. When you go up, you can pull the rope tightly with your hands. When you go down, you can simply choose to slide down.

The helicopter patrols in the mountains. If anyone is uncomfortable, it can be hoisted away.

I feel like fresh milk ice cream all over the mountains!

On the way back, a 62 year old Swiss grandmother was sitting next to us. She had a good conversation with us in English. She gave up the first class car in order to continue the conversation and took us to watch the traditional Swiss rock pushing competition in casino Kursaal.

Back in Interlaken, Migros supermarket is closed every weekend and coop City convenience store is still open.

Fortunately, there are two packages of instant noodles in the package. They are cooked in the cafeteria of the fake Hotel, and the taste is fresh enough.

October 10th

Avoid aesthetic fatigue. Instead of climbing the snow mountain today, you can walk around Interlaken town in the morning.

On a quiet morning, the distant mountains were covered in mist, and the snowmelt made the river slightly turbulent. We walk along the Aare River from west to OST.

Most of the residential buildings in Switzerland are classical in style, but their appearance is fresh and neat. The windowsill is decorated with flowers, which shows the leisure and leisure of Swiss people.

Before getting on the bus, buy two Swiss Army knives (Victorinox brand) in a small town, 30 Swiss francs (free lettering, 1 Swiss franc for each one in Zurich). The price of Army knives in Switzerland is the same, not high because of tourist spots. The varieties vary from 10 to 200 Swiss francs depending on the function.

Get on the golden pass to lucerne at OST station (the timetable and the outside of the carriage are really painted with gold paint). This nearly two-hour journey will bring you wonderful scenery along the way.

The first shock: Lake Thun, which runs through the mountains

Looking at the waterfall from afar

Farm cowshed, the most Swiss scenery.

Small town flashed by the window

Arrive at Luzern at 1 p.m., a historic city in central Switzerland.

Lucerne railway station is just a short distance away from the vierwaldstatersee lake. The whole Lucerne is built on the basis of the lake to the mountain.

Station square is holding a carnival, mixed with chips in the air filled with children's laughter.

We stayed in ETAP Hotel, a budget hotel, and took bus No.4 for four stops, 94 francs for one night.

In the afternoon, board cruises on lucerne lake, and visit the lake for 2 hours free with Swiss pass.

In fact, it's an ordinary ferry, but it's clean and comfortable. It's not inferior to pleasure boats. It connects more than ten towns on this long and narrow lake.

In view of the ride to Rigi mountain the next day and the overcast weather today, it's a bit wasteful in these two hours.

Swiss lakes are clear and quiet, and swans can swim in them.

The ferry out of the harbor, far away from the sharp corner is the castle built in the 16th century.

Along the coast of the farmhouse, forest, grassland, flocks of cattle and sheep.

The family waiting for the boat.

When the boat entered the harbor, the wild ducks on the water rowed desperately.

On the north bank, the majestic double peaked hofkirche

Go ashore to see lucerne's most famous covered bridge.

Kapellbrucke across the Reuss river is the oldest wooden corridor bridge in Europe. The top wall of the corridor is painted with the history of Lucerne in the 17th century.

The 34 meter high Wasserturm was originally a prison.

Walking northward along Schweizerhof qual with the ringing of the city's bells, the hymns of Hoff church are lingering.

Walk to denkmalstrasse and see what Mark Twain called "the most emotional stone in the world.".

The stone carving of dyning lion was built for the Swiss soldiers who died defending Louis XVI in 1792. The French king who was defended later went to the guillotine in Concorde square.

The above text means to the employment and bravery of the Swiss, and the stone carving is now endowed with the meaning of "praying for world peace".

The lion's expression can be called "heartache".

A short walk to the musegg wall in Lucerne.

Look at the graffiti on the dustbin.

Visit the city wall freely and watch the whole city of lucerne at night.

In the old city window, the production process of handicrafts is displayed.

Exquisite pocket watch with Chinese characters price, aiming at the Chinese customer's purse.

Coop supermarket, lovely pig head bread.

The corridor bridge in the dead of night.

October 11th

Today's itinerary has used Swiss through tickets for super value - buses, trains, ferries, monorail trains going up the mountain, cable cars going down the mountain, plus the free Picasso Museum... All that can be used is not lost.

There are many mountains and scenic spots around Lucerne. We chose Mt. Rigi. The most important thing is that it has just been implemented free of charge for holders of Swiss through tickets (the next person will save 64 Swiss francs).

The travel team usually goes to Mt. titls, which is a snowy mountain over 3000 meters.

The elevation of Mount Reggie is 1800.

Or from the port in front of the railway station, ferry to Vitznau (round-trip is 41 Swiss francs, Swiss pass free), the weather is a little bit cloudy.

Through the terrain is mostly gentle hillside, the foot of the hill full of exquisite cottages.

Half an hour later, I saw the old wharf when I came ashore. It's beautiful!

The characteristic cog rail train climbed slowly and encountered thick clouds and fog in the middle of the mountain.

It took awesome minutes to click into place, and the sight of the mountain was bright, and the sun's strength was completely different from the landscape under the cloud and mist.

On the top platform stands the weather tower.

Looking around, the sea of clouds is vast.

If it wasn't for the windy mountain, I would like to sing here.

There are also those who insist, such as the pair of photographers and female models.

The Alps are surrounded by peaks. The sign says that there are tielishan, Jungfrau and Matterhorn

Doll on the mountain

Walk + train (if you have time, you can walk all the way to enjoy the beautiful mountain scenery. We see many local climbers). Go down to the cable car point and transfer to cable car.

Before the cable car goes through the clouds,

Breaking through the clouds, the quiet town of Weggis stands in front of us.

When you take the ferry back to Weggis Town, you can still see the clouds on the mountain.

Back in Lucerne, I rushed to the Picasso Museum before the 2 p.m. train (the train to Bern runs every hour). Picasso, Cezanne, Renoir, Matisse and Chagall all have works on display, as well as native painter Paul Klee.

However, most of them are modernist art. I feel that some of them can even be painted by our baby. It's a serious taste mismatch.

I like lucerne's simplicity and calmness very much, but we only have 2 hours left in Bern next stop, so I don't want to give up.

Bern, located in the middle of the country, is the capital of the Swiss Federation and is also the place where trains from south to North frequently pass by.

The train from lucerne to Geneva via Bern departs at the same time. We take two hours to stroll around the old city, so that we can arrive in Geneva before 6:30, and we will fly to Paris from there.

Bern's railway station is close to the Holy Spirit church, and the square in front of the station is covered with a huge glass ceiling.

When we walked out of the station, we dragged a trolley case with a map and quickly attracted "Lei Feng" from Switzerland. A man stopped to greet us in English and pointed out the location and direction of kramgasse in the old city.

Zeitglockenturm, built in the 16th century, is still in good working order. It is said that when the mechanism works at the right time, the puppets and animals will have quite interesting time telling performances.

Karam street is paved with stone bricks, with two railroads in the middle and arcaded aisles (similar to arcades in Xiamen) on both sides, lined with shops.

This city, famous for its bears, does have many bear tracks.

In the distance, the parliament building of the Swiss Federation.

Many stalls in the square are selling traditional cheese.

Artists in the creation of stereoscopic painting.

There is a sign "Einstein Haus" at 49 Cramer street, where Einstein lived at the beginning of last century and founded the special theory of relativity. Unfortunately, the Swiss pass is invalid here, because the building is privately owned and is a private museum (6 Swiss francs).

At the east end of Kram street, across the nydeggbruke bridge, is the famous barengraben in Bern. In fact, the name of Bern is related to bear.

The happiest domestic bear in the world lives on the open riverside invincible viewing platform.

Guys, it's time for dinner~

Brother is a vegetarian!

Take the No.12 bus back to the railway station and take the delicious roast chicken leg (3.9 Swiss francs) with you

Arrive in Geneva and stay at Rue Ferrier's quality hotel.

I'll go downtown in the evening. I'll be a tour guide for LP.

However, the scene of cupping took place just in front of the dimly lit Geneva flower clock——

At that time, there was no one left or right. I was taking a picture for my wife with the camera in my hand. A DV of Sony cx520e was put in the camera bag on my shoulder (the bag was buckled). At this time, a small westerner passed by (I don't feel alone) and asked me, I told him that I don't have a watch, and LP said that it's not a flower clock here. You can see for yourself. He immediately showed a look of self mockery, and then said that he was Brazilian, and then extended his hand to hold my hand.

Frankly speaking, during the past few days in Switzerland, all the passers-by we met were modest, so our vigilance was greatly reduced. "Brazilians" then said that they would dance Samba with me. Without putting down their hands, they stirred their legs between my legs and began to compare themselves. I was not happy at that time, but I thought that this over Enthusiastic Brazilian might have drunk too much, and the other party tried again. Seeing that I didn't respond, I gave up with a smile. It felt like someone called, and he immediately disappeared in the dark, with a strange smile.

I'm a little confused. I don't know what his intention is. LP analysis says that he's probably making fun of me. If you want to be teased, you can be teased and get rid of it. But at that time, I only focused on the camera around my neck, but I didn't expect to take care of the DV in the camera bag. But it's too late to find out at this time. I met a Brazilian bandit who performed better than Rivaldo and faster than Ronaldo. Maybe even the identity of "Brazil" is fake.

Obviously, this is a habitual thief who only takes advantage of the night Gang to commit crimes.

This "cut" ate me... Poor video for several days is still in memory card, chest huge stuffy.

Asian faces, you must not relax your vigilance when you go out!

After returning home, I wanted to write to the Geneva police station to reflect, but the website of the international metropolis was in French, and there was no e-mail left, so I had to give up.

October 12th

The flight from Geneva to Paris was the first day the French trade union called for a national strike.

Three days in Paris On the morning of October 15, I flew back to Zurich from Paris.

October 15th

Zurich has many titles. It is a famous European airport, a global financial center, a city with the highest quality of life in the world, a city with the highest price level in the world, and the headquarters of FIFA, a famous international Mafia organization.

But my impression is that it's still a small and exquisite ancient city, probably because it's always around the old city.

Zurich station, Switzerland's largest railway station.

Out of Zurich railway station is Bahnhofstrasse, which is full of famous shops. There are almost all the luxury brands I can know, but they are not publicized. They are all low-key in the old buildings along the street. There are also two old hand-made chocolate workshops, whose prices are full of confidence.

On both sides of the Limmat River are the old city, with a strong nostalgic atmosphere of antique buildings and three church landmarks on the riverside.

The river flows gently, and the gulls stand on their posts.

An old man rowing on the river.

A merry go round has no wings, but it can take you everywhere.

The tour bus slowly passed the old bridge Ratha Brucke.

The terrace hugged by flowers.

Breaking out of the fence?

Young and old

The two tower cathedral and its miniature model.

Framunster on the other side of the river

St. Peter kirche

The unicycle sped through banhoff street.

Dazzling Swiss chocolate.

19: Take the train to Zurich Airport and check in.

22:45 return to Shanghai via Dubai on Emirates EK 086.

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