«Schwingen” is a special variant of wrestling and probably the most traditional sport in Switzerland. Even more typical than skiing. “Schwingen” is also called “Hoselupf”, which means literally translated trouser-lift, which comes from the fact that you used to grab
Switzerland is the winter sports paradise of all. But it doesn’t always have to be alpine skiing. In Switzerland you can practice a wide variety of sports, depending on your personal taste. Cross-country skiing has become increasingly popular in recent
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
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.
Soon it is time again for the best time of the year, the big summer holidays are just around the corner. And so the questions of all questions arise: where are we going on holiday this summer? It doesn’t have
The question of who is a real Basler is not easy to answer. There is actually no such thing as a real Basler. In the city city on the Rhine, people refer to themselves as «d Bebbi». And these Bebbi
If you imagine hornussen to be a fast paced sport, you would be mistaken. Hornussen is not devoid of action but it certainly is played sedately. Attack and defence are alternated between the teams and the emphasis is on team
Wrestling in Switzerland In „dr Schwiiz“ (en.: Switzerland), wrestling is also known colloquially as “Hoselupf“ (en.: trouser lift). This is a special form of wrestling unique to Switzerland. One of the differences is that the wrestling takes place within a