If you live in Switzerland, you will be confronted not just with Swiss German, but also with Swiss road traffic. We’ve put together the most important things you need to know if you „normalerwis“ (en: usually) drive in another country.
The Swiss Confederation is made up of 26 full and half cantons. A canton is comparable to a state in the USA, Germany or Austria. For historical reasons, three of the 23 cantons are made up of two half cantons.
St. Gallen, in Swiss German „Sanggalle“(en.: St. Gallen) is the capitol city of the canton of St. Gallen. Due to its location in the Lake Constance four-country region (Switzerland, Germany, Austria and Liechtenstein), the city is a good basis for
Like every other country in the world, Switzerland has a reputation which is often somewhat cliched. The world believes that the Swiss are punctual, they are neutral and they make good “Chääs” and “Schoggi”. All true of course, but did
This series of blog posts will focus on what the Swiss love. And one of the things the Swiss really do love is food. What do the Swiss eat? Do they drink a beer at „Füürobe“ (en.: after work) or
Today we prepared an article that summarizes the 5 major reasons why you should start learning Swiss German now. For both your personal and your business life, there are great advantages if you know the local language. We show you
To start a perfect winter day in “dr Schwiiz” (Switzerland), we recommend to get out of bed a few hours before sunrise. You grab your “Schii” (ski) or your snowboard and drive towards the beautiful Swiss mountains: Jungfrau, Matterhorn, Eiger,