Switzerland is a beautiful country in Europe. Although you won’t find any beaches as its landlocked, it features picturesque destinations with a blend of modern urban life and rural settings. The lush country is captivating with its mountainous views.
Psytrance Festivals in Switzerland
A variety of psytrance festivals can be found in Switzerland thanks to it being a melting pot of German and French influence. Peak Records is Switzerland’s first psychedelic label started in 2003 founded by Ajja S.F. Leu, Dj Gaspard, Master Margherita & visual artist Tanina Munchkina. A number of these festivals take place in mountainous Swiss Alps regions.
Upcoming Psytrance Festivals in Switzerland
2 (Saturday) 1:00 am - 3 (Sunday) 1:00 am
20 (Thursday) 1:00 am - 23 (Sunday) 1:00 am
At Shankra Festival you’ll get to dance, laugh and be blessed between the gigantic mountains in Lostallo (Graubunden). This Swiss psytrance festival has a valley which invites you to deepen
At Shankra Festival you’ll get to dance, laugh and be blessed between the gigantic mountains in Lostallo (Graubunden). This Swiss psytrance festival has a valley which invites you to deepen your level of consciousness by offering you the ideal wonderful space to fully express yourself.
17 (Wednesday) 1:00 pm - 21 (Sunday) 5:00 pm
24 (Wednesday) 10:00 am - 28 (Sunday) 5:00 pm
Tips For Visiting Switzerland
Getting There: The busiest airports in Switzerland are in Zurich, Geneva and Basel.
Best telecom carrier: Swisscom
Best international air carrier: Swiss
Best short-haul air carrier: Swiss
Best Time To Visit: June and July are the most popular months to find festivals as well as the most popular months for a European summer holiday. The weather during this time is definitely pleasant.
Currency: Swiss Franc
Electricity Socket: Switzerland has its own standard which is described in SEC 1011. This plug is similar to C, except that it has the addition of a grounding pin. A Universal Travel Adapter is recommended for convenience.
Language: Almost two-thirds of Swiss speak German, 20 per cent speak French. Although English is not an official language, quite a few locals can speak it.