Traveling alone may seem like something you and I wish to experience for so long. As I reckon travelling alone is very also very fun and will come with lots of extra excitement. After traveling I concluded that although travelling with companions can be great, the benefits of travelling alone are far different from that of social travel with companions. With a good mindset and willingness to travel alone is not only considered as incredible life experience and even you can call it a valuable life experience.
In taking my solo trip I have planned to take my travel and vacation exploring and I could indulge in some much needed reflection and relaxation time. Because at our age, we needed the beginning to step out of our comfort zone and experience a new country and the beauty it offers. One of the famous places that people recognized as one of the best is a country in Europe and I chose to take a solo trip at Switzerland!
Switzerland is one of the most beautiful places on the planet. You will witnessed and be amazed by its lakes, picturesque mountains, tiny walled medieval towns, soaring peaks, beautiful homes and churches and fresh green fields that you will wanted to live in a place like that when get back home. Everything in there is amazing, their famous chocolates, the foods and the beautiful people. You will also experience what safe place really means. In Switzerland the people are very welcoming. The country is so good and can compete to other beautiful countries in Europe.
When you to go Geneva its capital, its popularly known as the city with ‘Unfading Beauty’ and it is rank third among the best living places of Europe. Geneva is located between the Lake Geneva and Mount Saleve. Because of the heavy presence of U.N. agencies and organizations, this small city is all set to go global with private banking and facilities like; hospitals and international schools. It is very overwhelming to be at the stunning rose gardens of this city that are famous all over the globe. Indeed traveling to Europe and choosing Switzerland as your prime destination will be really rewarding and make your time really worthwhile. No trip to Geneva is complete without a visit to the European Headquarters of the United Nations. The sprawling complex is accessible only via guided tour, offering unique insight into the inner workings of the world’s most important international body. Highlights include the 2000 seat Assembly Hall and the Council Chamber decorated with gold murals depicting the human struggle for peace.
Geneva is cosmopolitan, cultured, immaculate, and among Europe’s most interesting cities to visit offering a wide variety of attractions and activities within its city limits as well as in the Lake Geneva Region. Geneva, home of Calvinism, was one of the great centers of the Protestant Reformation. The Protestant leader John Calvin was based in Geneva from 1536 to his death in 1564 and became the spiritual leader of the city.