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How to be entertained in Switzerland

 If you are relocating to Switzerland you will surely not be bored in this entertainment haven. With its multicultural flair, Switzerland has a variety of festivals throughout the year catering to all ethnicities that call the country home. The Italian, French and German speaking regions have their own line of festivals, whilst there are famous music events such as; the Montreaux Jazz Festival, the Verbier Classical Music Festival and the Zurich Cultural Festival.

If you are looking for a quieter entertainment experience, then you may want to check out one of the many museums or castles of the country. You can try the Ballenberg Open Air Museum for a blast from the past, or the Salt Mines of Bex to experience a miner’s world. There are always new exhibitions featured at the many Swiss museums. The Musees d’Art et d’Histoire contain some of the most prestige art collections in the country. If you are in Zurich you can try the Kunsthaus to view works by Monet and Alberto Giacommetti.

You will never struggle to find a café, open terrace restaurant or cinema whilst visiting Switzerland. There is always somewhere where you can take a load off and enjoy a band live drama or comedy show. There are nightclubs that operate into the early morning hours and pubs lining almost ever streets, but nightlife is more popular in larger cities like Zurich. The country is bursting with entertainment options for every type of experience, so you often will stumble into a truly unique experience without having to plan.

So you do not miss out on special events, make sure you keep up to date with the Swiss holiday calendar to seek out the corresponding festivals or live entertainment. There is never a dull moment in this fun alpine country, so take it all in at your own pace. 

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