Biased as it may seem I'd like to think that way too. Right now I don't feel the desire to live anywhere else, though there are plenty of other countries I'd consider, mainly the nordic countries, The Netherlands plus maybe Japan.
It's important to note that a lot of foreigners to our country stereotype us to be callous and while some of it is true, I actually quite like it. It just makes our opening up to somebody more genuine. My mother was born here but she's fully Italian by blood and though she enjoys the fact that it's very easy to start a conversation when she's there, she said that the content of said conversations tends to be rather superficial and at times even somewhat disingenuous, as in the natives there may not always tell you what they're really thinking (that's not to be taken as a general statement, she merely described it as a more common occurence than in Switzerland). I do not mean to criticize the Italian culture or any for that matter, but I've always been more at ease when just left alone in public. Unfortunately there are residents here, we call them "Bünzlis", that take being callous and conservative to the next level. Basically the median Swiss person walks a fine line inbetween being politely reserved and being an asshole, but I do think that at least some of the politely reserved ones are (very generally and only speaking from my experience) decent interlocutors once they so choose to be.