The best Swiss Chocolate experience

The best Swiss Chocolate experience

As all people with a sweet tooth knows that Swiss chocolate ranks among the best on the list of sweets. Sprüngli’s chocolates are produced and merchandized for more than 175 years. Today it is one of the most acknowledged companies in Europe which has a first class product range. Sprüngli products offer the best quality and are also natural and fresh which delights customers around the world every day. Chocolate brings happiness which is due to the cocoa bean’s essential components. Spr... [ read more ]

The best eats in Interlaken

The best eats in Interlaken

The small city of Interlaken in the Bernese Oberlands is one of the best possible bases for all sorts of outdoors activities that you can find in Switzerland. But all that paragliding, hiking, bungee jumping and canyoning can really make you hungry, and that's why small as it may be, Interlaken has more than enough dining spots to satisfy its ravenous tourists. Whatever your tastes may be, there is a restaurant in Interlaken that can accommodate them - traditional food, international, ethnic... [ read more ]

Budget eats in Geneva

Budget eats in Geneva

Geneva is not the most affordable city in Europe, that much is for sure for anyone who has ever visited this Swiss gem of a city. But on the other hand, Geneva is the kind of place where you can willingly get lost wandering the streets, seeking out secret spots and admiring the landmarks. There are so many attractions in the city that you will be hard-pressed to keep an eye on your budget, because not even sightseeing is cheap in Geneva! But rest assured that there are way to reduce the cost... [ read more ]

The best restaurants in Zurich

The best restaurants in Zurich

Zurich is a cosmopolitan city with so many things to see and experience, not the least of which is the amazing Swiss cuisine. What is unique about Swiss culture (and cuisine as well) is the propensity for incorporating bits and pieces borrowed from its neighbors: Italy, Germany, France. This is what makes Swiss cuisine so unique: the freedom with which different traditional recipes are combined and reworked into something typically Swiss. Dining in the best restaurants in Zurich is an advent... [ read more ]

The best Swiss destinations for chocolate lovers

The best Swiss destinations for chocolate lovers

Swiss chocolate has earned itself the reputation of being one of the most delicious in the world, and it would not be surprising if chocolate lovers decided to visit Switzerland based on its chocolatey appeal alone. Switzerland is a place of pilgrimage for chocolate fans - you have to visit the country at least once in your lifetime and taste your favorite treat in the place where it was created. There are many places in Switzerland where chocolate lovers can indulge in their passion, like dream... [ read more ]

Swiss Charcuterie: French Influenced Cuisines

Swiss Charcuterie: French Influenced Cuisines

Drawn upon the three principal cultures, French, Italian and German, the Swiss cuisine is much to do with its agricultural heritage. Expect cheese, potatoes and hearty dishes from traditional recipes of the respective canton. Fondue Caquelon or communal pot over a spirit lamp (rechaud) is how the fondue is eaten in Switzerland. Dip your long-stemmed forks with bread into the melted cheese. Or the sweet version with melted chocolate mixture, and this time, you dipped pieces of fruit. Even m... [ read more ]

Engadin and Its beauty, Guarda

Engadin and Its beauty, Guarda

Engadin is a long valley lying at the southeast of Switzerland. The upper part is 300km long (Inn valley). It has some highest mountains of more than 1000 metres mostly in the Bernina Range. In the Swiss Alps, Graubünden is the largest canton of more than 7000 square kilometres. It shares the borders with Ticino, Uri, Glarus and St. Gallen. Besides her international neighbours Austria, Italy and Liechtenstein. Two main parts of Engadin are namely: Upper Engadin and Lower Engadin. The latte... [ read more ]

The most representative Swiss Cheese regions

The most representative Swiss Cheese regions

Being famous as a traditional cheese producing country, Switzerland is home for the best regions providing world famous quality cheeses. The cheese tradition in the country has been handed down through generations, contributing to the appearance of the most delicious cheeses on the world.  Join to our tour to discover the natural landscape of the Swiss’s cheese regions, to taste the most iconic cheeses and to learn a little bit more about these unspoiled mountain regions, which provides the... [ read more ]

Cultural Capital of Switzerland: Basel

Cultural Capital of Switzerland: Basel

Not just cultural, Basel has a historical side, a leisure side and it gives you lots of enjoyment experiences. Especially if you want to see secular buildings, archaeological sites, churches and monasteries, Basel is the right place for you. There are many archives and collections, museums for heritage lovers as well as history buffs. Basel has a beautiful castle in Switzerland. Carnival of Basel: Fasnacht An annual event, Fasnacht is the biggest carnival in Switzerland held between Februa... [ read more ]

Swiss Cuisines with German Influenced

Swiss Cuisines with German Influenced

The Basler flour soup or Basler Mehlsuppe from the northern parts is a humble dish. It has very simple ingredients, roasted flour that gives it a nutty flavor. The distinct brownish color is a result from the roasting, sliced onions, red wine, beef stock, butter and the most important ingredient, the Gruyere cheese, differentiates it. It is best served with chives, and sprinkled with parsley. There are times when the Appenzeller cheese, Emmentaler or even Swiss cheese is use to create a simil... [ read more ]