The Alpamare near Lake Zurich is great fun all year round

This video shows all the fabulous experiences that are to be had in the waterscape - with or without family. A perfect excursion destination - even on dull autumn days! more

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Mist amd music on Pilatus

During a trip up Mt. Pilatus, we were treated to this scene. Whether it is a daily event or just to celebrate an Ironman or Triathalon which was... more

Mist amd music on Pilatus
www.swissinfo.ch: Chocolate delights from Switzerland

www.swissinfo.ch: Chocolate delights...

The first worshippers of chocolate, the Aztecs, considered it a gift of the gods. Nowadays the Swiss consume more than 11 kilograms a year per... more

The Alpamare near Lake Zurich is great fun all year round

This video shows all the fabulous experiences that are to be had in the waterscape - with or without family. A perfect excursion destination - even on dull autumn days!

This video shows all the fabulous experiences that are to be had in the waterscape - with or without family. A perfect excursion destination - even on dull autumn days!

The Alpamare near Lake Zurich is great fun all year round
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Mist amd music on Pilatus

During a trip up Mt. Pilatus, we were treated to this scene. Whether it is a daily event or just to celebrate an Ironman or Triathalon which was ongoing, it was excellent.

During a trip up Mt. Pilatus, we were treated to this scene. Whether it is a daily event or just to celebrate an Ironman or Triathalon which was ongoing, it was excellent.

Mist amd music on Pilatus
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www.swissinfo.ch: Chocolate delights from Switzerland

The first worshippers of chocolate, the Aztecs, considered it a gift of the gods. Nowadays the Swiss consume more than 11 kilograms a year per head, making them the greatest chocoholics in the world. Not surprising considering the treats you find in traditional sweet shops, such as the one swissinfo visited in Bern. (swissinfo, Raffaella Rossello)

The first worshippers of chocolate, the Aztecs, considered it a gift of the gods. Nowadays the Swiss consume more than 11 kilograms a year per head, making them the greatest chocoholics in the world. Not surprising considering the treats you find in traditional sweet shops, such as the one swissinfo visited in Bern. (swissinfo, Raffaella Rossello)

www.swissinfo.ch: Chocolate delights from Switzerland
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