Himanshi singh Nov 11, 2022
The banking capital and picturesque city of Zurich is the most populated city in the Alpine nation of Switzerland. Its population of 366,445 Swiss people enjoy the best of culture, shopping, and cuisine.
Geneva is the second most populated city with 177,500 French-speaking Swiss citizens. The city is also a banking center but most known as the center for diplomacy with many UN agencies in the city.
Basel is the third most populous city in the country with 165,000 German-speaking Swiss as of 2016. Its economy is centered around banking and chemical manufacturing.
Fourth is Bern, a UNESCO World Heritage site, with a population of 140,228. Its attractions are Bear Park, museums, gardens, and old town.
Fifth is Lausanne with a population of 129,273. Its French-speaking population enjoys the city’s status as Olympic Capital since 1994 where the International Olympic Committee is based.
Sixth is Lucerne with a population of 77,491 Swiss citizens.
The following Swiss cities which are also on the list include St. Gallen with a population of 70,000, Lugano with its population of 68,500, Fribourg, with a population of 32,000, and Thun, with its population of 40,000.
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