With four national languages, including German, French and Italian, cultural variety is evident in every part of Switzerland. The Alps play a major role in the national identity, with seasonal sporting attractions that draw tourists from all over the globe. With ski resorts in the winter and hiking or mountain biking in the summer, there are plenty of activities for the physically energetic. For those more musically inclined, there are festivals held throughout the year, including the Montreux Jazz Festival and Lucerne Festival. For fans of the silver screen, the Locarno International Film Festival is an annual event, while Art Basel provides an international platform for artists and galleries. Home to authors such as Gotthelf and Frisch, as well as Johanna Spyri, author of Heidi - one of the most popular children's books ever published - Switzerland offers plenty of historical interest for visitors and residents to enjoy.
Switzerland's rich cultural traditions have led to vibrant culinary offerings with a vast array of regional varieties. But no matter where you are, traditional cuisine makes heavy use of dairy products, including local speciality cheeses such as Gruyère and Emmental. One non-dairy speciality that should be tasted is Birchermüesli. Although it is generally served with milk or plant milk, this dish is based on rolled oats, grains, nuts, seeds and fruits. On its own, it is a cold breakfast dish; when served with bread and coffee, it is a light evening meal called Birchermüesli complet. Of course, no visit to Switzerland would be complete without sampling the world-famous chocolate. As one of the world's largest consumers of this confectionery, the high-quality techniques of conching and tempering were, quite unsurprisingly, invented by a Swiss chocolatier, Daniel Peter. To sate your thirst, consider a Swiss wine such as Chasselas, Pinot noir or Merlot when you order Indian food.
As you would expect from such a diverse gastronomic selection, Indian cuisine is also widely available in Swizterland. Whether you're in Bern, Luzern or Zürich, you will be able to order Indian food delivery from EAT.ch. Ordering Indian takeaway online is easy, and EAT.ch makes it even easier. All you have to do is follow these simple steps:
Even with the wealth of rich, Swiss, gastronomic traditions available, sometimes an Indian meal is the only thing that will hit the spot. So whether you're ordering lunch at the office, can't be bothered to cook at home, or need to unexpectedly cater a party of family and friends, search for 'an Indian restaurant near me', then order from EAT.ch and enjoy fast, convenient Indian food, delivered to your doorstep.