"The country famous for its banks, chocolate and watches covers an area of 41,285 square km. Swiss capital city Bern is notable for its old town centre and a number of heritage sites. Switzerland has 71,345 km of roads, total length of the autobahn network is 1,638 km."
Switzerland (German: Schweiz, French: Suisse, Italian: Svizzera) is a landlocked country first appearing in Euro Truck Simulator and subsequently Euro Truck Simulator 2. It borders France, Germany, Austria and Italy.
The country is famous for its location in the Alps scenery, and hence curvy roads and tunnels.
Switzerland, along with Norway, Russia, Turkey and United Kingdom are the five non-EU countries featured in ETS 2 (without the Scandinavia and Beyond the Baltic Sea DLCs, Switzerland is one of two Non-EU countries, the other being the United Kingdom.). Switzerland and Norway are members of the Schengen Area, meaning there is no border control when entering or leaving the country.
Accessible Cities[edit | edit source]
|City Name||Image||First Game||Remarks|
|Bern||ETS 1||Capital (de facto)|
Roads[edit | edit source]
ETS 1[edit | edit source]
3 Euroroutes are featured in Euro Truck Simulator.
Bern – France
E54 – Italy
E35 – Germany
ETS 2[edit | edit source]
While there are 22 Autobahns in Switzerland, only the first four are featured in Euro Truck Simultor 2.
Geneve - Zurich
A3 (Swiss) - A4 (Italy)
Zurich - A35
A81 (Germany) - A1
In particular, only one Autobahn crosses the Alps towards Italy, with the other two Alps-crossing roads being minor roads. There are also minor roads connecting France and Austria, while the only featured access into Germany is an Autobahn.
Switzerland imposes only two main speed limits for trucks. Excluding special speed restrictions at places such as road work sites, trucks are limited to 50 km/h (31 mph) in cities, and 80 km/h (50 mph) elsewhere.
See also[edit | edit source]
|Cities||ETS 1: Bern|
|Highways||A1 - A2 - A3 - A4|