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More French courses are offered in Canada, France, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Monaco or list all language schools worldwide offering French courses. Switzerland: A combination of Italy, France and Germany! Start your day by visiting the finest churches this country offers, like the Cathedrals in Lausanne and Bern, and end your day in one of the top nightclubs or restaurants. One day you can just drink beer and eat sausages, while the next day you will enjoy a lovely pasta with a glass of Merlot. Don't forget the Swiss chocolate with unexpected flavors, because you will not find any better!
Key Facts about Switzerland
Population: 7,581,000 Inhabitants
Currency: CHF (1 CHF = 0.9854 USD)
Name of Country in French: Suisse
Switzerland Quality of Life Rating: 4.8/5.0 (12 reviews by our former students)
Map with location of French schools in Switzerland
The world's most visited independent education directory for booking cheap language courses with good quality teaching and fun leisure activities. Carefully selected French lessons and language classes from beginners to advanced levels as well as list of French language study abroad programs at recommended good French schools in Switzerland.