Swiss trains run like clockwork — in fact, Switzerland has the most reliable public transportation network in Europe. Check out the three newest additions to the Swiss transportation system. Board the World’s First Solar Cable Car: A new cable car that carries passengers up to the top of the Staubern mountain in Eastern Switzerland, Read More

Fetch your pushbike out of the basement and discover the Lucerne-Lake Lucerne Region on two wheels. Take up the Gotthard challenge and get to know our most richly varied road cycling tours. Would you rather take things a little easier? Why not hop on an e-bike and discover the new Napf Heart Loop or combine a day out with some, Read More

Throughout the year, Bern will be hosting a wide range of events for sports and culture enthusiasts as well as pleasure seekers. Here are some of the top events: Museums at Night Every year Bern Museums Night ushers in the Swiss capital’s cultural spring, and invite visitors to step inside 40 different museums and cultural, Read More

There is a new card designed to make a visit to Basel easy and more affordable. This free card for visitors is included whenever you stay at a hotel in Basel. received upon check in. The BaselCard’s offers include free public transport and free internet via visitor Wi-Fi as well as a 50% discount, Read More

The Swiss hot air balloon capital, Château-d’Oex in the Vaudois Alps plays host to hundreds of hot air balloons in January of each year. This colourful 9-day festival includes a night-time show, hot air balloon rides and kids’ day. The Château-d’Oex International Hot Air Balloon Festival brings together pilots from some twenty different countries,, Read More

Where’s all the Swiss Wine? Swiss wine is one of Switzerland’s best-kept secrets. There is a reason why you rarely see Swiss wines on restaurant lists or in neighborhood wine shops in North America. Nope, there is nothing wrong with the wine. It is just that it is only produced in small, artisanal batches – so, Read More

Crystal-clear, turquoise-blue and extremely cold: Swiss mountain lakes. Jump in or simply dip your feet cautiously in the water – pure, refreshing bliss. Heart-shaped Lagh de Calvaresc Lagh de Calvaresc is probably the lake with the most charm as it is shaped in the form of a heart. It is located in Calanca Valley, Read More

Immerse yourself in the Max Zurbuchen’s Stone Age workshop, where everything can be touched and tried: sharpening tools, milling corn, creating fire. Max Zurbuchen, an archaeologist and internationally renowned prehistorian, has been running his workshop in Boniswil on Lake Hallwil for more than forty years. His enthusiasm for the Stone Age is infectious –, Read More

On June 3 and 4, 2017, more than 300 winegrowers from the Lake Geneva Region will be opening the doors of their cellars between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. You can taste, purchase or order wines from the production sites of your choice. Buy your “Open cellar” pass for CHF 20.- in the first, Read More

Every spring, Morges hosts the Tulip Festival from April to the middle of May at Parc de l’Indépendance on the shore of Lake Geneva. An eagerly awaited date in an exceptional site opposite the Alps. The Tulip Festival has a free access and presents more than 120,000 tulips of 300 varieties. The diversity of these banks of flowers, Read More