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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.
When all the brands you love are cheaper in the US, why shop anywhere else? [Contributed by MyUS.com]
Get your discount voucher to visit the Rhine Falls, one of the top sights among Switzerland’s magnificent natural wonders. [Contributed by Winterthur]
Unfortunately, several countries are facing health or violence-related issues, so knowing the most dangerous places to visit abroad is crucial, especially since the situation in a region can change so quickly. [Contributed by Clements Worldwide]
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'.
From festive processions to your own mountain hut, you can experience the Swiss Alps lifestyle for yourself with a good dose of folk Swiss culture, world-famous cheeses and clean mountain air.
For cheaper transport across the whole of Switzerland, getting a GA travel card will give you unlimited access to all forms of Swiss transport.
All the punctuality, comfort and cleanliness of Switzerland's transport comes at a cost, but there is a way to discount the cost of travel in Switzerland by half.
Did you know that the Swiss city Bern is named after a bear? Travel smart with these top ten essential facts about Switzerland's non-official capital city.
Getting ready for skiing season in Switzerland? Hannah shares the culinary secrets of the Swiss ski village she's been visiting every year since she was a little girl.
Get global news, business insights and cultural content from the newly launched International New York Times, also available as an app. [Contributed by the INYT]