connect, grow & thrive.

The first Saturday after moving to Luzern, I went to the fruit and vegetable market along the banks of the

Switzerland and chocolate is a long love affair. The country became a big player in the chocolate manufacturing as early as 1845 when the Sprüngli family opened the first chocolate factory. Nowadays there are many other companies to rival Sprüngli and luckily for us several are based right here in or around

Chestnuts Chestnuts are a Swiss staple at this time of year and can be enjoyed in many different forms. Over the coming weeks, streets will be dotted with stands selling heissi Marroni (roasted chestnuts), a warming treat to offset the winter chill. Chestnuts also appear in bread, pasta, jams, beer,

First your eyes begin to itch, then your nose is runny and before you know it you have to blow your nose all the time. A lot of people suffer from allergies, approximately 20% of people living in Switzerland are affected. There are therapies and medication available but it isn’t

Upcoming Events
Stay Connected

Please enter an Access Token on the Instagram Feed plugin Settings page.

})(jQuery)