Yes, you probably know that
Switzerland has Alpine mountains, reliable banks and a lot of chocolate. But
you probably didn’t know some of the more strange and crazy facts about this
country. For example, you probably didn’t know that they have fondue vending
machines, that there are cows literally on every street, and that they sell the
biggest Toblerone bars on the planet!
We at Bright Side have
collected 22 Swiss quirks that you may enjoy so much you’ll want to go there
immediately.

1. They have free Lindor
chocolate at the stations.

2. They believe unicorns exist
and it’s the sweetest thing ever.

3. Horses are an actual means
of transportation in the city.

4. They have cows everywhere!



5. No, literally everywhere.



6. There’s a slight chance
you’ll find a fox hiding in your bathroom.



7. Dogs have to get a ticket
to travel around here.



8. Thought they only had cows
everywhere? You were wrong!



9. They have actual working
bus stops at the tops of mountains.



10. And they have the most
gigantic Toblerones in every store.



11. They sell Swiss army
chocolate on a daily basis.



12. Swiss stores have the
longest chocolate aisles.



13. And Switzerland has some
of the best warning signs.



14. If you’re a fan of
Starbucks, welcome to the Starbucks train!

15. And they have the weirdest
means of transportation on the planet.



16. Some people think this is
how cows are transported to the Alps.



17. They made slides for kids
on the train.

18. Swiss cheese vending
machines are the most fun ever.



19. In addition to cheese
vending machines, there are also ones that sell fondue!



20. Their public benches have
cushions.


21. There are kids’ scooters
all over the place.



22. And yes it is, in fact,
the richest country on the planet.




If you know any other
interesting facts about Switzerland, please share them in the comments below.


  • SOURCE:
    BRIGHTSIDE
Kayode Ojo
Kayode Emmanuel Ojo is the Co-Founder and Managing Director at SHEFFA Limited. He is presently studying Computer Science at the National Open University, Victoria Island, Lagos.