That’s how you find real love in Switzerland The Swiss are not exactly known for their openness. Many perceive us as distant and cold. Great feelings and romance are attributed to other nations, but not to us Swiss. I have
Foreigners who emigrate to Switzerland with children are inevitably confronted with the question of whether they should send their youngsters to a private or public school. Excellent public schools in Switzerland The public schools in Switzerland have a first-class reputation
Switzerland is a popular emigration destination for many EU citizens. This is mainly due to the good earning opportunities and the low taxes. In return, however, higher living costs must be taken into account than in the rest of Europe.
Switzerland is not a particularly child-friendly country. Despite efforts on the part of the public, semi-public and private sectors, it is difficult to find a place for a toddler in a day care. To make sure it works, here are
The Swiss are among the best insured nations in the world. One could also say that the Swiss are overinsured. In Switzerland, you can insure just about anything you care about: your health, your household belongings, your car, your travel,
Nothing beats regular exercise. Fitness centres are also extremely popular in Switzerland because they offer a varied programme at attractive prices. We have put together the various studios for you and wish you lots of fun training and sweating. Fitness
Autumn is wine season. In all wine regions of Switzerland the traditional wine festivals take place from the end of August on. A great opportunity to taste Swiss wine and get to know different regions of Switzerland better. We have
A little over 200 years ago, the troops of the anti-French alliance moved into Paris and sealed the end of the Napoleonic Empire and old Europe. Shortly thereafter, the Congress of Vienna took place under the leadership of the victorious
The verbs “sein” (to be) and “haben” (to have) are important verbs in the German language. Together with “werden” (will) they are used as an auxiliary verb to form composite tenses. In this function the auxiliary verbs have no lexical
Imagine you are sitting in a full football stadium and the national anthems of both teams are being played. And both anthems sound exactly the same. Unimaginable? Copied from the English – or shall we say stolen? Not in Switzerland.