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L Edy Pizza, located in Lugano, Switzerland offers a wide selection of mouthwatering pizzas, at affordable rates. This restaurant offers delicious vegetarian options, which are perfect for Muslim diners. Only the finest and freshest ingredients are used. ...more

Lugano, Switzerland

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L Edy Pizza, located in Lugano, Switzerland offers a wide selection of mouthwatering pizzas, at affordable rates. This restaurant offers delicious vegetarian options, which are perfect for Muslim diners. Only the finest and freshest ingredients are used.

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Via Lugano, 25 6988 Ponte Tresa Switzerland

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http://www.edypizza.com/

Phone

+41 91 606 13 33

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  • Switzerland Next On Your Bucket List? Here Are 7 Reasons Why You Need To Visit To Spectacular Switzerland

    Have you heard the saying, ‘The best things come in small packages’? Well, we couldn’t describe the stunning destination of Switzerland any better. Although small in size, this European gem is known to be one of the most beautiful destinations on earth and in our humble opinion, puts most others to shame. Most of the time, just looking at pictures of it gives us a serious case of wanderlust! From breath-taking snow-capped mountain peaks to lush green landscapes to majestic lakes, ancient castles, adrenaline pumping activities and friendly people, and so much more, Switzerland offers a once-in-a-lifetime experience even for the most frequent of travelers. via GIPHY We could honestly come up with a million and one reasons for you to visit Switzerland if we tried, (yes, it’s THAT incredible, and that’s how much we love it) but here are our 7 top reasons as to why Switzerland should be number one on your bucket list! Find Attractions near you in Switzerland Find a Halal Restaurant near you in Switzerland   1. It's B-E-A-U-tiful! No matter where you look and where you go, your eyes will be met with the most postcard-perfect sights. Picturesque mountains covered in greenery or snow (depending on when you visit), crystal clear lakes that are more beautiful than anything you could ever dream of, world-renowned glaciers, and mesmerizing waterfalls are just a few things that contribute to the jaw-dropping natural beauty of Switzerland. A trip to Switzerland is most certainly incomplete without a visit to the Matterhorn, the Swiss National Park, Lake Geneva, Jungfraujoch, Lake Lugano, Mount Pilatus, the horse-shoe shaped lake of Oeschinensee and the largest waterfall in Europe; Rhine Falls, just to name a few. So be sure to add these to your must-see list, so you don’t miss out on the best of the best! Places like the Matterhorn are in fact not just the most beautiful of its kind in Switzerland, but instead the whole world! It’s no surprise that pictures of it are commonly found on chocolate boxes and postcards, and most other things associated with the country.   2. It’s Oh-So Sweet... The fact that Switzerland is the birthplace of chocolate - yup, you read that right! - will be reason enough for most of you to start planning your next holiday to the country. In the 1800’s the first chocolate bar was created in Switzerland, and from then on, the Swiss have been mastering the art of producing the best chocolate ever. Smooth, rich, and creamy bars of chocolate from the world’s best brands such as Lindt, Toblerone, and Cailler can be found throughout the country. Numerous chocolate tasting spots have popped up across Switzerland. Chocolate aficionados can even take a factory tour to not only observe chocolate being made, but also sample it, and learn about the traditions and history behind it.   3. ...And Way Too Cheesy! Cheese is another thing you cannot leave Switzerland without trying. The country produces a variety of cheeses that come in all tastes and textures. Head to Gruyères for a bit of Swiss cheese sampling, and when it gets a bit chilly outside, get all comfy indoors and indulge in a pot of traditional Swiss cheese fondue! This bubbling cheese dish can be found throughout the year in Switzerland’s French side - from chalets in the remote countryside to top-notch hotels in the city, but only during winter months in the rest of the country. Muslim tourists looking to indulge in this gooey pot of deliciousness will have to make sure the fondue they order is alcohol-free, as distilled brandy is commonly used.   4. The Slopes Switzerland is known as much for its skiing and snowboarding opportunities as it is for its chocolate, and stunning natural scenery. The country’s numerous alpine ski resorts offer a variety of easily accessible terrains and slopes to suit any ski level, and not just the experts. What better way to up the ante on your Swiss winter getaway, than to cruise down the slopes of the country’s most majestic mountains in Zermatt, St Moritz, or Verbier, while taking in the magnificent views?! While the ski resorts here are known to be pricey, in our opinion, there is no better place in Europe for you to hit the slopes and have some fun in the snow than Switzerland!   5. Historic Cities If old world charm is what you’re on the lookout for when on holiday, Switzerland has managed to perfect the preservation of its medieval towns, all while developing its surroundings, so you’re in for a real treat! Most Swiss cities today are a combination of old and new - with some like Zurich having an Old Town area that has still managed to keep its charm - with cobblestone pathways, museums and architecture all lending to its story. For history buffs, a visit to these old towns definitely adds on to the quintessential Swiss experience. 6. Its Location With Switzerland finding itself located in the heart of Europe, and with its transport system being so accessible and dependable, not only can you pay Switzerland a visit, but you can also drop into places like France, Italy, Germany, Austria and Liechtenstein for a quick visit by train! Why just plan a trip to only Switzerland, when you could see other countries too? You don’t have to convince us otherwise!   7. Its Watches Photo credit - www.myswitzerland.com Ever heard of watch brands TAG Heuer and Rolex? And what about Omega and Schaffhausen? Yes, they’re all Swiss made! World-renowned for its watches, Switzerland is the perfect place to purchase your next luxuriously crafted time piece! Although the purchase won’t be easy on your wallet, it’s most certainly an investment we think you won’t regret making in the long run ;) If you’re curious about Switzerland being Muslim-friendly, then here's our opinion on it. Finding Halal food near you in Switzerland won’t be easy, but it won’t be entirely impossible either, since there's a small percentage of Muslims residing in places such as Geneva and Zürich. If you’re also wondering if you’ll be able to find Mosques and prayer places near you in Switzerland, there are actually a handful. You'll be able to locate Halal restaurants and mosques in Switzerland with the help of the Halaltrip Mobile App. We’re sure the above reasons are enough to convince you to plan a visit to Switzerland, so time to get packing! via GIPHY Find a Halal Hotel near you in Switzerland Go on a Halal Trip with us!...

  • 10 Must-Visit Attractions in Switzerland

    Visit the top attractions in Switzerland and learn more about the country’s interesting history while taking in the majestic mountain scenery and picturesque towns. The most beautiful places in Switzerland are located in interesting cities and natural parks, but Switzerland is also rich with history, culture and art that visitors should not miss out on. 1. The Matterhorn The impressive Matterhorn peak which reaches 14,692 ft. is a part of the Swiss Alps and has always been one of the top tourist attractions in Switzerland. The Matterhorn also borders Italy, and the beautiful village of Zermatt that lies at the foot of the peak. 2. Interlaken The beautiful resort town of Interlaken is located between Lake Thun and Lake Brienz. Interlaken is one of the most beautiful places in Switzerland, decorated with resorts and cafes that are framed by a mountain range. There are plenty of adventurous activities to enjoy such as hiking, skiing, snowboarding and even paragliding during the summer. Click here for more information! 3. Castle Chillon, Veytaux This medieval fortress also known as Chateau de Chillon, is over 1000 years old and is located on the banks of Lake Geneva. This fortress has been the source of inspiration - with 14th century murals in the Camera Dominiand notably the painted camel motif. With underground rooms to explore, three courtyards and four great halls with a gorgeous view of Lake Geneva, Castle Chillon is a must visit. Click here for more information! 4. Swiss National Park, Zernez Pay a visit to one of the most beautiful places in Switzerland, where visitors can view glaciers, woodlands, waterfalls and get in touch with nature by going on hikes too. There are 21 hiking routes to observe the greenery or rare wildlife that might make an appearance. The Swiss National Park is also part of the worldwide UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Click here for more information! 5. The Abbey Library of St. Gall, St. Gallen The Abbey Library of St. Gall is the oldest library in Switzerland was founded by Saint Othmar the founder of the original Abbey of St. Gall. The interiors are decorated in a Rococo style, and this ancient library is home to some unique books and manuscripts and is it also a UNESCO Heritage site. Click here for more information! 6. Lake Geneva A visit to Switzerland cannot be complete without visiting one of top tourist attractions in Switzerland. Surrounded by peaks with parks, gardens, promenades and an old town, Lake Geneva makes almost the perfect photographic scene. Watch out for the famous fountain Jet d'Eau that shoots outs 150 meters of water into the air. Click here for more information! 7. Lake Lugano and Ticino Lake Lugano is located on the border of southern Switzerland and northern Italy in the Ticino region. Ticino is the only Italian speaking region in Switzerland and has a heavy Italian influence on the cuisine and architecture, making it a unique picturesque area to visit. A great place for hiking, water sports and many more adventurous activities. Click here for more information! 8. The Jungfrau Region Jungfrau, Mönch and Eiger are part of the mountain range paired with lush green meadows that create a breathtaking scenery. The towns of Wengen, Murrenand Lauterbrunnen are great place to enjoy skiing and snowboarding. Grindelwald is another beautiful town in this location for skiing too, and visitors can also take a train ride to get a great view or simply go hiking. Click here for more information! 9. The Rhine Falls, Schaffhausen Definitely one of the top tourist attractions in Switzerland, the Rhine Falls is also the largest waterfall in Europe. Visitors can take boat trips to experience the majestic waterfall which is even more beautiful in the evening when the area is subtly lit up. Canoe trips and hiking are some fun activities to take part in as well. Click here for more information! 10. Montreux This beautiful resort town is located on the shores of the Lake Geneva and is one of the most beautiful places in Switzerland with a beautiful flowered town promenade lined with trees and sculptures. The vineyards of Lavaux and Mediterranean trees are a part of the scenery too. Pay a visit to the famed Castle Chillon that is close by. Click here for more information! A Muslim Guide to Switzerland Halal restaurants in Switzerland can be easily found in cities like Geneva, Bern and Zurich as there is a significant Muslim population in these areas.Halal food in Switzerland can also be found in smaller cities too. There are also several mosques in Switzerland that Muslim travelers can find easily. Click here for more information! ...

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    One of the best and the most scenic routes to cross the Alps from North to South or vice-versa, the Bernina Express rides over elegant viaducts, beautiful galleries and tunnels The train runs on narrow-gauge and is operated by the Rhaetian Railway. Featuringpanoramic sightseeing cars the train reaches to height 7,391 feet at the Bernina Pass and takes a dropto 1,408 feet at Tirano, Italy; the terminating station. Itinerary: Bernina Express starts from Chur or St. Moritz and crosses the glaciers of Bernina Pass to reach the village of Tirano in the beautiful Veltlin region of Italy. During the winter season the train departs twice daily from Chur and during the summer months depending upon the point of embarking,the train departs four times in a day. The entire train journey takes up to 4 hours. From Tirano there is also a Bernina Bus provided for visitors who wish to travel to Lugano. This journey fromTirano to Luganotakes approximately 3 hours. During its journey the Bernina Express passes through 55 tunnels and 196 bridges. On the journey visitors cross the UNESCO World Heritage route, the Landwasser Viaduct, tunnels between Bergun and Preda, Ospizio Bernina, Alp Grum, the Palu and Morteratsch Glaciers, the old town of Poschiavo, circular viaduct at Brusio and Lugano. Accommodation: The Bernina Express features first and second class panorama cars. Reservation is required for all the classes. Guests can enjoy a detailed narration throughout the journey. There is also a provision for guests to ride alongside the driver and view the Alps. Dining: There is a dining car on the routes between Chur-Tirano; Bergun-Tirano; St. Moritz-Tirano and vice versa. The dining car serves light snacks and drinks (not Halal). Guests are free to carry their own lunch and snacks. They can also opt to eat at a café in Tirano....



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