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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.
You won't find a single 90-degree angle in Switzerland's architectural marvel, The Goetheanum, located a train ride from Basel.
Kerrin of MyKugelhopf visits a traditional farm in St Gallen to experience the concept 'Brunch on Farm' held every Swiss National Day.
Helpful advice for frequent expat travelers who want to keep their healthy eating habits while travelling on an airplane and stay away from some less than appetising plane food.
A project has been launched to build bridges between Einsiedeln, Switzerland and Louisville, Kentucky – the destination of many 19th-century Swiss immigrants.
Chamonix makes the perfect French Alps getaway with many top things to do in the quaint village before embarking up the French Alps and the towering Mont Blanc.
The Bruno Weber park near Zurich is the legacy of the Swiss artist's fantasy that he dared to share with the world.
At first glance the Swiss sport of Hornussen appears like a mixture of golf and baseball but it is much more – this typically Swiss sport has a history dating to the 16th century.
Hiking in Switzerland is a national past-time for family and friends, with many top Swiss theme trails to attract even the laziest child hikers.
Some Swiss holidaymakers opt for a rustic break in the mountains to spend time with their adopted cows over the summer, learn another way of life and relieve stress.
Summer is for Swiss cheese festivals! Find out what makes Alp cheese one of the unique top cheeses in Switzerland – and why you should be eating it.
When it's time to escape the cities of Geneva and Zurich, just two hours away Switzerland's small picturesque towns feel like walking through a medieval movie set.
After 15 years in the planning, the long-awaited Charlie Chaplin museum in Switzerland now allows visitors to experience the Swiss chapter of his life and relive his most popular films.