Fifteen of the best 'Only in Switzerland' moments
Sophie Inge · 10 Jun 2014, 15:33
Published: 10 Jun 2014 15:33 GMT+02:00
Whether it’s the stunning views, the extortionate prices or cows roaming the streets, tweeters have united under the #OnlyinSwitzerland hashtag to express what they find weird and wonderful about this country. See what they've had to say here.
The Twitter hashtag #OnlyinSwitzerland has proved a popular one in the twittersphere.
The Local has raided the hashtag to bring you some of the more intriguing and funny insights into Switzerland that tweeters have been offering.
Keep it going by tweeting us @TheLocalSwitzerland with things you think can happen #OnlyinSwitzerland.
Click here to find out what tweeters find unique about Switzerland
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