Cake, schnapps, snow and scenery - there's no better way to hike the Swiss Alps.
This is a perfect spot from which to explore compact Zurich.
For a city of just 30,000 people, Switzerland's Zug packs a powerful economic punch, writes Mark Daffey.
The Swiss city of Basel holds many attractions for visitors, from art galleries to thermal baths and Michelin-starred restaurants.
On a summer's day, there's nowhere you'd rather be.
About half of this large Boeing 777 is taken up by premium seating. But there's a good reason.
Ben Groundwater puts his life on the line in the Swiss Alps, just like an Aussie Bond did 50 years ago.
The view through my carriage window is so beautiful that it looks as if it's been computer-generated, or at the very least Photoshopped.
First glance of Alpine country will take your breath away, for Switzerland is the most achingly beautiful country on this planet; with air so clean it's rejuvenating to inhale; even its chocolate tastes healthy. Ride furniculars that cut through mountains to castles made of ice. Hear cowbells chime through lush green valleys dreams are made of. Meander its idyllic towns and sleep in fairy-tale like chalets.