Things to Do in Switzerland

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Take a two-hour group lesson with instructor, Walter Perren. Read More

A seven-story, glass-fronted 1929 store designed by avant-garde architect Ludvik Kysela. Read More

Few places in the city offer more respite than the botanical gardens. This beautiful and expansive set-up is maintained by the university and is an... Read More

All you need to assemble a delicious mountain picnic. Read More

Legend has it that this performance space is where, one night in 1916, artists Jean Arp and Sophie Taeuber-Arp started yelling “Dada! Dada!” (da means ... Read More

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

For a truly otherworldly trip down the slopes, nothing beats full-moon skiing at Diavolezza, the most spectacular of St. Moritz’s five ski areas.... Read More

In recent years, Zurich has witnessed an explosion of noncommercial galleries run by artists. Andreas Marti, coeditor of the indispensable Art Space... Read More

Rent your skis and poles here before heading for the slopes. Read More

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... Read More

Switzerland may be famed for swanky banking, swoony chocolates, and self-winding watches, but thanks to FoxTown, in the town of Mendrisio, it's owed... Read More

For a modest refundable deposit after you return with the bike, you're to be able to enjoy a day of riding all over town. It's a great way to see and... Read More

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

The lift up to this 3,000-meter-high (hence the name) mountain takes a mere 45 minutes but the ride is not for the faint of heart. At the summit,... Read More

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. Read More

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

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