Places to escape in Geneva when it’s cold and wet outside.
Three outdoor options for cooling down when temperatures rise in the city
You might think that you need a good grasp of French to enjoy a museum around Lake Geneva, but you don’t need any at all for these two international organisations.
From the nature-defying Matterhorn and the shimmering Aletsch Glacier to the Rhône Valley's patchwork vineyards, hiking in Valais reveals Switzerland's real beauty
Our local's tips for cooling off in summer.
A train ride from the historic centre of Geneva along the shores of western Europe’s largest lake and up into the Bernese Oberland mountains.
There is one place in landlocked Switzerland where you can almost feel as if you are beside open water: on the northern shore of Lake Geneva, the largest lake in the Alps.
Highlights from Switzerland's wealth of music festivals this season.