In fact, Switzerland itself is a big park, with beautiful scenery everywhere, and national parks are even more memorable.
Switzerland remains the only national park in the world, despite plans to build more such national parks.
The scenery of the Swiss National Park is so beautiful! Let people linger.
There is only one road in the park that allows cars and sightseeing buses to pass, and you can only park your cars in the 9 prescribed parking lots. There is only one hotel and restaurant (mountain cabin style). In the park hut in Zernez, you can get various information, documents, exhibits, video and audio introductions about the national park, as well as sales of local souvenirs and books.
Although Switzerland has plans to establish more similar national parks, it is still the only one so far. The Swiss National Park was established on August 1, 1914 (Swiss National Day) and expanded in 1959. Its area is 174.2 km2. It is the largest protected area in Switzerland and the earliest national park in Europe. This is a nature reserve, completely free from human influence and encroachment, and the undeveloped natural scenery is well preserved. About 650 kinds of plants, 30 kinds of mammals and more than 100 kinds of birds live in the garden.
Since it is a national park, it should look like this.