'Historic' need not mean faded glory. These hotels combine spectacular locations with character, fascinating stories...and modern plumbing.
The glossy alpine idyll of beer-drinking cows and legendary cheeses.
How can we spend our five days in Switzerland? Where should we go?
Veer off the main streets of Zurich’s old town and you’ll find hidden delights.
Basel is often overlooked by visitors, yet it has fine museums and an extensive and attractive old town.
I'm as fresh to skiing as the virgin snow that fell last night on the cobbled streets of St Moritz.
The secret valley in the Swiss Alps where you can learn cross-country skiing with no one but locals on schnapps.
Discover revitalised inner-city suburbs, Switzerland's best nightlife and quirky boutique shopping.
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.