LEISURE

Solothurn: the most beautiful baroque town

The historic city of Solothurn, at the southern edge of the Jura and directly at the Aare, is well worth a visit. It has a varied history, a wide range of cultural activities, and wonderful nature experiences are guaranteed. Even the journey there is beautiful:...

Rhaetian Railway: an unforgettable trip

Following the world record for the longest passenger train in October 2022, they have become a global celebrity; everyone knows the red carriages of the Rhaetian Railway (RhB). While traveling on RhB, enjoy culinary delights amid unique landscapes, smell the aroma of...

Sport for the promotion of peace and humanity

Following the remarkable success of the two previous football tournaments, we are thrilled to announce the 3rd edition of this esteemed event. This year’s tournament is themed “Sport for the Promotion of Peace and Humanity,” highlighting the profound role of sport in...

Zurich’s youngest district and its creative occupants

Europaallee has gradually come to life. This newly created Zurich neighborhood, located right next to the main station and stretching from the listed Sihlpost building to Langstrasse, is the focal point of the professional and tourism landscape of the city and region...

An enchanting journey aboard the GoldenPass Express

You might recall Peikert’s posters, famous far beyond our borders. Younger people certainly remember the elegant Pinanfarina design. Sooner or later, everyone will have heard of the extraordinary GoldenPass Express, which National Geographic has named ‘the most...

Healing waters: Switzerland’s thermal therapy

Had a tough day at work? Maybe a full day on the slopes or a long trek snowshoeing across wintry snow drifts left you exhausted and in need of recuperation? We all know that a good soak in the tub can alleviate the stresses of a long day, but what about getting out of...

For the love of climbing

You’ve probably seen at least one of them while on the move in the city; a large space filled with brightly-colored plastic, thick mats and (in the evenings at least) big crowds. Climbing gyms have multiplied recently in New York and I am one of their many addicts. I...

Put some spring into your step

Winter weather in Switzerland can be difficult to predict. As things warm up in March, it seems that spring has sprung. However, a sudden snowfall can then push powdery conditions through till April, when the ski season winds down and the pistes close. This opens up...

LEISURE

Solothurn: the most beautiful baroque town

The historic city of Solothurn, at the southern edge of the Jura and directly at the Aare, is well worth a visit. It has a varied history, a wide range of cultural activities, and wonderful nature experiences are guaranteed. Even the journey there is beautiful:...

Rhaetian Railway: an unforgettable trip

Following the world record for the longest passenger train in October 2022, they have become a global celebrity; everyone knows the red carriages of the Rhaetian Railway (RhB). While traveling on RhB, enjoy culinary delights amid unique landscapes, smell the aroma of...

Sport for the promotion of peace and humanity

Following the remarkable success of the two previous football tournaments, we are thrilled to announce the 3rd edition of this esteemed event. This year’s tournament is themed “Sport for the Promotion of Peace and Humanity,” highlighting the profound role of sport in...

Zurich’s youngest district and its creative occupants

Europaallee has gradually come to life. This newly created Zurich neighborhood, located right next to the main station and stretching from the listed Sihlpost building to Langstrasse, is the focal point of the professional and tourism landscape of the city and region...

An enchanting journey aboard the GoldenPass Express

You might recall Peikert’s posters, famous far beyond our borders. Younger people certainly remember the elegant Pinanfarina design. Sooner or later, everyone will have heard of the extraordinary GoldenPass Express, which National Geographic has named ‘the most...

Healing waters: Switzerland’s thermal therapy

Had a tough day at work? Maybe a full day on the slopes or a long trek snowshoeing across wintry snow drifts left you exhausted and in need of recuperation? We all know that a good soak in the tub can alleviate the stresses of a long day, but what about getting out of...

For the love of climbing

You’ve probably seen at least one of them while on the move in the city; a large space filled with brightly-colored plastic, thick mats and (in the evenings at least) big crowds. Climbing gyms have multiplied recently in New York and I am one of their many addicts. I...

Put some spring into your step

Winter weather in Switzerland can be difficult to predict. As things warm up in March, it seems that spring has sprung. However, a sudden snowfall can then push powdery conditions through till April, when the ski season winds down and the pistes close. This opens up...

Skiing and the ascent of the backcountry adventure

From December to March, as the Alps are overtaken by winter, one sport stands as the quintessential embodiment of this snowy realm – downhill skiing. The latest data from the International Report on ski Tourism shows that there are more than 2,000 alpine ski...

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