Whether or not you grew up on songs like the Runaways’ “Cherry Bomb,” Zug is sure to have you humming a cherry-inspired tune of your own.
A guide through the art and architecture of Basel, Switzerland’s third most populous city.
The Chedi is a luxury five-star hotel created by entrepreneur Samih Sawiris and designed by Jean-Michel Gathy, known for his signature contemporary East-meets-West design: a chedi is a Thai Buddhist monument.
Comparatively quiet, and easily accessible from Geneva compared to other winter destinations in Switzerland, Gstaad displays a different type of sophistication.
If you are a fashionista who sees beyond trends and glossy magazines, a visit to the small Swiss city of St. Gallen might be your ideal holiday. Just an hour from Zurich, St. Gallen is where embroidery reigns supreme.
The search for perfect wellness has always been something of a wild goose chase, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try and take care of your body and mind the best you can.
The 12 villages of the remote Bavona Valley in the Italian-speaking canton of Ticino share similar characteristics, but their stone architecture is less representative of that archetypal Swiss style. That’s not the only thing marking them as outliers—this valley of stone exists completely off the grid.
The city has an austere beauty, a pleasing if slightly unnerving efficiency, and an endearing propriety—essentially, it’s very Swiss. A steepled cityscape is set against a frieze of snow-dusted Alps and bottle-green hills, Lake Zurich incandescent in the golden late-afternoon sun.
Eat and sleep amongst the clouds, overlooking the sleepy lakes of Switzerland or bathe in wine for your health at Bürgenstock Hotels & Resort.