Geneva: a small city of great importance

Geneva, Switzerland

Geneva is a small city in Switzerland, but with lots to offer. Sitting on the southern tip of Geneva Lake, it is a home to UN’s headquarters, many agencies, and the Red Cross, which makes it a global center of diplomatic and humanitarian activity. With just few kilometers from border with France, Geneva is greatly influenced by French language and culture, both in cuisine and in night life.

Zurich: the little big city

Zurich: the little big city

Zurich has only 400,000 inhabitants, but it is the largest city in Switzerland. The size doesn’t matter in this case as Zurich is a global financial center and banking hub. Many mistake it for capital of Switzerland (the capital is Bern), and for a good reason: it’s a quintessential Swiss city and at the same time very international. It is also a city with very natural mixture between ancient history and very modern life on every step.

Visit Switzerland: 14 things you need to know

Bern, Switzerland

There are so many things that make Switzerland popular with tourists, and we can list five of them from top of our heads: mountains, lakes, chocolate, cheese and watches. Switzerland is famous for its breathtaking mountain landscapes and scenic lakes dotted with picturesque villages that can host a story of a fairy tale without much trouble. Production of chocolate, cheese and watches is something Swiss are very proud of and they became synonyms with quality in those industries.

Top 5 snow destinations this winter, 2019/2020

Snowboarder

Winter is a season for having fun in the snow, at least in the northern hemisphere, so let us look into some recommendations on where to spend some time to cheer up during these cold days – top snow destinations! Some of these locations are chosen as something that would be unusual to every day skiing enthusiast. Enjoy!