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Swiss Museum Pass – access to more than 490 Museums all over Switzerland

Swiss Museum Pass – access to more than 490 Museums all over Switzerland

  Swiss Museum Pass – access to more than 490 Museums all over Switzerland   If you enjoy visiting museums and art galleries, or taking the children and visitors to them when they come over, you might want to consider investing in a Swiss Museum Pass. Not only does it give you access to over […]

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The Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich – New Programmes for Children & tonhalleLATE

The Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich – New Programmes for Children & tonhalleLATE

Have you ever visited the Tonhalle in Zurich? The concert hall in which the Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich is based, is known as the “Tonhalle Zurich” and was designed by the Viennese architects Ferdinand Fellner and Hermann Helmer, who built Zurich Opera House. This amazingly beautiful (see photo above) 1,455 seat concert hall, opened in 1895 and is well known […]

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Chocolate in and around Zurich – Part 1 Lindt

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Chocolate in and around Zurich – Part 1 Lindt

Chocolate in and around Zurich – Part 1 Lindt Lindt Factory Shop If all the chocolate “works of art” in the Zurich shops have turned your thoughts to chocolate, why not take a trip out to the Lindt factory shop?  If you’re living in Zurich the Lindt “factory shop” in Kilchberg, is a great place to […]

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Alpabzug – Cows Descending the Mountain in Elm, Engelberg, Flumserberg, Brigels, Urnasch…

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Alpabzug – Cows Descending the Mountain in Elm, Engelberg, Flumserberg, Brigels, Urnasch…

Fancy going to watch an Alpabzug or Alpine procession with all the cows coming down the mountains? It’s around this time of year that the cows make their way down the mountains having spent the Summer months up on the Alpine pastures. The villagers get ready to greet them by dressing in traditional costumes and […]

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