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As the lockdown is being eased and the number of cases continues to slow, it has been decided that as of June 15. the borders between Switzerland, Germany, Austria and France will be opened. This means that people will be allowed to travel between these different countries for non-essential reasons (i.e. for holidays). The borders to Italy remain close as within Italy travelling is still heavily restricted and there is no date as to when this will change. As of May 15. is will be easier for people to travel between these countries, especially for unmarried couples (from Germany and Austria) to be reunited again but travel for touristic reasons or to shop will only be allowed as of June 15. For

Chestnuts Chestnuts are a Swiss staple at this time of year and can be enjoyed

First your eyes begin to itch, then your nose is runny and before you know

When we talk about fish, we automatically have some dishes in mind: "Blue trout", "baked

A concept which was initiated in Southern Italy over a hundred years ago is making

Widely considered to be a Swiss national dish the humble Rösti (pronounced, rer-shtee) was originally

Living in a city that isn't that focused on coffee isn't necessarily a bad thing,

Switzerland is know for its watches, chocolates and cheeses. But did you know it also

I must admit I didn't know what to expect when I headed to the Swiss

When I planned to visit the Swiss Museum of Transport I did not know what

It is not the first time we are writing about the transport museum which is

Editors Note: This post was updated on 14/1/2014 I recently found out about the Swiss Museum

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With children back at school and the weather getting cooler, the time is approaching for

Every autumn, all over the Alps, farmers go through the same process, having taken their

Fasnacht, known as the fifth season, is a very special time in Luzern. Over the

With gun control being in the headlines again we thought we‘d take a look at

This Sunday marked the first Sunday of Advent, so it is now completely acceptable to

The Swiss are embracing Halloween with great glee, but do not be fooled just because

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This time Dr. Brandi Eijsermans is talking about what we can do to cope with

It’s officially springtime! The sun is shining, the air warm, the time has changed

We sat down with Dr. Brandi Eijsermans to discuss how to deal with the extended

Somehow everyone is becoming an expert on how to tackle the Covid-19 virus, and a

Here is a scoop, the month of March will be the only month until this

Switzerland has had its first confirmed case of someone infected with the coronavirus. A 70

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