The buildings in Switzerland are colorful, with shutters in red, green and white, bright colors galore. These small buildings, hidden in the blue sky and green grass, make you feel like you are walking into a painting.
In Switzerland, there are summer flowers in spring and winter snow in autumn. Switzerland cannot be considered a country with four distinct seasons, but her four seasons are good times in every season. How beautiful is Switzerland? We'll show you the four seasons of Switzerland!
- April-May: Spring when everything is awake
Every spring in Switzerland is preceded by a special season, known as "Sechmas", which falls on the third Monday of April. The famous "Sechseläuten" originated in 1818, when it was just an ordinary night parade. Since 1862, the festival has culminated in the burning of a giant 'Böögg', an 80-kilogram 'snowman', 3 meters high, filled with fireworks, which is lit at 18:00 a.m. The explosion of the Böögg head marks the end of winter.
According to tradition, the faster the explosion, the hotter and longer the summer is heralded. In addition to special festivals, Zurich is also home to brilliant spring flowers. The botanical gardens in Zurich hold a whole spring in Switzerland. The pink cherry blossoms bring out the gentleness of spring in Zurich. It is also a famous local spot for limited Spring Festival.
- June -August: Summer in the Green Fields
Towering mountains, deep canyons, dark green forests, turquoise lakes, rushing waterfalls and mysterious swamps, God has given Switzerland the essence of summer. The fairy-tale towns under the Alps have a charming taste of summer.
Whether it is the town of Longborder, Grindelwald or Interlaken, these are the representatives of Swiss summer. Switzerland's National Day is on August 1, a day of bonfire fireworks, special breads, barbecue parties, and the stars on a summer night are all part of the Swiss people's day of rejoicing.
- September-November Season of Autumn Harvest and Joy
In the autumn, the beautiful colors under the clear sky give you a beautiful view of the mountains, where the leaves turn from green to yellow, from yellow to red, and then slowly fall, returning to their roots.
In Switzerland, the "Running of the Bulls" festival is held in autumn, when the sheep and cattle that used to graze in the mountains are driven back to their cowshed at the bottom of the mountain, and the villagers at the bottom of the mountain change into their unique national costumes and sing and dance on this day.
- December-March: A fairy tale world of winter snow
Switzerland with winter snow is synonymous with snow country. In winter, the snow trains in Switzerland will be on the screen of every circle of friends! When the train slowly comes from winter, flakes of snow fall from the sky, sprinkle on the body and gradually turn into transparent water droplets to slide down. We recommend the Landerwasser Viaduct, where you can see the dreamy snow country train.