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Whether you're planning to live in Switzerland or just visiting, here are 10 must-see sites in Switzerland.
Expatica’s selection of expat groups in Zurich.
Expatica offers a selection of top museums in Geneva, Lausanne, Bern, Basel and Zurich to help you discover the many sides of Switzerland.
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Traditional Swiss cuisine is more than chocolate and cheese – how many top Swiss foods have you crossed off this list of regional Swiss foods?
One of the best things about a career that involves international travel is that it offers the opportunity to see the most beautiful places in the world. [Contributed by Clements Worldwide]
Vouchers available now for Rhine Falls, one of the top sights among Switzerland’s magnificent natural wonders. [Contributed by Winterthur Tourismus]
Plummet in darkness through a mining shaft on Europe’s newest attraction: Efteling’s dive coaster, Baron 1898. [Contributed by Efteling]
You can easily work abroad, volunteer, or meet new people in a diversity of interests – dogs, entrepreneurs, knitting, mothers, soccer, teachers, theatre, technology, translators and more.
Swiss mountains aren't just for winter; discover a range of summer activities to do in Verbier for the whole family.
When it comes to foreign celebrities, Switzerland is the place to die; find the graves of numerous celebrities in Switzerland from Charlie Chaplin and James Joyce to Coco Chanel.
Find out why Europe's Large Hadron Collider (LHC), located in Switzerland, is the most powerful particle smasher in the world.
From the beautiful to the bizarre, here’s a round up of 10 of the best festivals that Switzerland has to offer.
In preparation for a cross-Europe trip, Karen McCann reads up on the naughty side of Zurich.
Celebrate the founding of the Swiss Confederation with a range of festivities held throughout Switzerland on 31 July and 1 August on 'Bundesfeier'.