Dating back to the 14th century, the extravagant 72-hour carnival is a not-to-be-missed event in Switzerland.
In a digital age, travellers find novel appeal in the splendour and secrets of grand libraries such as the stunning Abbey Library of St. Gall.
A first time skier’s James Bond-inspired dreams are fulfilled in the slopes of Aletsch arena.
Mark Twain said Lake Lucerne produces marvel after marvel. The city does much the same.
The drink, once patronised by Hemingway and van Gogh, was banned in the country until 2005.
A fondue-free weekend guide to exploring Switzerland’s glacial lakeside city.
Navigate some of the highest Alpine railway tracks. | By Gina Tanik
When a Swiss town known for its hard cheese pulls a few surprises.
Exploring Switzerland's valley of the 72 falls.
Exploring the science of food at the Alimentarium food museum in the Swiss town of Vevey.