Switzerland Travel Guide

This gallery, which has satellites in London and New York, represents everyone from sculptor Louise Bourgeois to Swiss video artist Pipilotti Rist.

Shop for ski gear (not to mention clothing from designers like Escada).

Sprüngli serves its iconic hamburger shaped Luxemburgerli. The shop also has one of the best deals in Zurich, 10 truffles for $7.

All you need to assemble a delicious mountain picnic.

Bischofberger was Jean-Michel Basquiat's European dealer, so it's no surprise to find an exhibition of the artist's collages and paintings.

Owner Ursula Weber sells beaded necklaces, gold-threaded scarves, embroidered pillows, and other treasures from northern Africa, the Middle East, and Asia.

Switzerland Rail's latest nicety: Fast Baggage lets you hop on and off without having to lug your suitcases and skis. It costs $15 and guarantees same-day delivery between depots at 45 Swiss holiday destinations.

Create a lunch to go at this specialty grocer with an excellent wine cellar, a vast gourmet deli, and artful displays of jams, honeys, and chocolates.

Head to this tiny cheese and tchotchke shop for souvenirs, such as a Swiss-flag coffee mug and schnapps.