Switzerland is an ideal example of cultural diversity as it comprises four linguistic regions namely German-speaking (in the north, centre, and east), French-speaking (in the west), Italian-speaking (in the south), and Romansh-speaking (a small area in the southeast).
A world class education system invites people from across the globe to come to Switzerland. Switzerland knows that education and training will be highly valuable in a country where there is shortage of natural resources. Hence, it will leave no stone unturned in its endeavour to build and maintain world class universities and facilities. Skilled professionals who belong to different nationalities travel to Switzerland and blend seamlessly into the culture.
Since Switzerland has four national languages i.e. German, French, Italian and Romansh, it also makes it easier for people from other European countries to visit for work or holiday.
Whether it is entertainment, food, cultural festivals, religion etc. Switzerland is truly cosmopolitan. One of the most obvious examples of that is Swiss food. Swiss cuisine has been traditionally marked by important cultural and regional variations. For example, Cheese dishes are typically famous and more consumed by the Alpine regions whereas, in Ticino, pasta, polenta, and risotto are signs of a similar culture with Italy.