So it depends on what season you want to go March to June :- spring ( moderately peak season ) June to Sept :- Summer (peak season , high price ) Till Nov end :- Autum ( considerably good time to visit there as rain is also less ) And then winter ( not crowded ) Win
Hi Adit! The peak season of tourists in Switzerland is June-August. However, if you do not want to visit when there's a huge crowd, then April – June and September – October is the best time to visit for you. These months are still summery yet not hot. By the end of September, you can begin to see the signs of autumn, which is a beautiful sight to behold. Both these time periods are ideal for hiking and other outdoor activities. You can also check out these trips to know more! Happy Travelling!
Hi Adit, Switzerland tourism is best enjoyed during spring that lasts from April to June and fall that lasts from September to October. Spring is a pleasant time to explore the best of Switzerland tourism, while also enjoying the remnants of the wintry beauty of the country. Similarly, autumn is a good season to opt for Switzerland tourism too and maintains almost the same temperature as spring. Avoid going there from July to August, if you are looking for uncrowded touristy places to visit in Switzerland. Winter extends from December to March. Although Switzerland tourism takes a dip during this season, it is a great time to travel there for skiing excursions. Check out our detailed travel guide for more information. https://www.tripoto.com/travel-guide/switzerland Best,
In the Spring season you can explore Switzerland.
The Treille Promenade
On the fringes of the old town, next to the town hall, is where you can find the Treille Promenade ("Promenade de la Treille"). In addition to being Geneva's oldest structure, it is famous for two peculiarities:
The 120-meter-long longest wooden seat in the world is located on this promenade. The Promenade de la Treille at the end of the Grand'Rue, directly below the Town Hall, is home to the longest wooden seat in the world. View the parks and monuments below the Old Town from this charming promenade on the ramparts of the Old Town. Chestnut trees in a row provide shade for it. This is where the Geneva official chestnut tree, located in La Treille, is. Every year since 1818, a municipal official has been entrusted with recording the appearance of the first bud on this specific tree's first leaf to signal the beginning of spring in Geneva.
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