From Moin (in Northern Germany) to Grüßgott (in Southern Germany), Grüessech (in Berne), Grüezi (in Zurich) to Servus (in Austria), the German language has many forms. What is usually called Schwiizerdüütsch in contrast to High German (the standard written German
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
The New Year is only 3 days old. Everything is still fresh and our resolutions are still valid. Therefore, there is no better moment than NOW to learn Swiss German to follow your long cherished intention. We support you as
The good thing about Christmas is you get to feast without restraint. It starts weeks before the actual Christmas. The first Christmas cookies are baked, at the Christmas markets mulled wine is drunk and tasty raclette is eaten and at
December 6 is Saint Nicholas Day in Switzerland. Then, together with his helper “Schmutzli” he visits all the children to see if they have been well-behaved. If you have children, we have compiled the best Santa Claus sayings in Swiss
Christmas is just around the corner. And what would Christmas be without delicious cookies, or as we say in Swiss German “Guetzli”. Do you know what “Spitzbuäbä”, “Brunsli” and “Mailänderli” are? No? These are some of the most popular Christmas
November is a tough month. The days have become short, it is cold and mostly grey in grey. And Christmas is still far away. That can spoil your mood. A few relaxing moments in one of the beautiful Swiss wellness
Why are there not more women in executive positions? Swiss girls are better in school than their male colleagues. They learn better and have higher grades. In Switzerland, however, it is mainly men who make their careers. Why is that?
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.
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,