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Art On Ice in Davos 2016

Art On Ice in Davos 2016

Art On Ice in Davos 2016 In Photos   After completing its tour at the Hallenstadion, Art On Ice continued on to Lausanne and then to Davos, where photographer Geoff Pegler caught up to capture the magic moments of the penultimate of Art On Ice 2016. Below you can find a photo-fest of some of […]

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Zurich Opera House Ball

Zurich Opera House Ball

  Zurich Opera House Ball   Every year the Friends of Zurich Opera organise a beautiful ball at this stylish iconic building right in the heart of the city. This year the Zurich Opera House Ball will be taking place on Saturday 5th March. So if you fancy a glamorous night out at the Opera […]

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Top Tips To Prepare your Garden in Early Spring

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Top Tips To Prepare your Garden in Early Spring

Top Tips To Prepare your Garden in Early Spring   After the Winter months it’s time to start thinking about the garden and get it ready for the Spring and Summer months ahead. Soon the Spring flowers will be blooming – but what exactly do you need to do to get your garden prepared, and what […]

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A Journey in time with Dom Pérignon P2 Champagne

A Journey in time with Dom Pérignon P2 Champagne

    A Journey in time with Dom Pérignon P2 Champagne   Last week we were invited by Dom Pérignon to taste their latest 1998 Plénitude P2 champagne at at the building known as the “Cocoon” in Seefeld in Zurich. It’s a striking building from the outside, but inside it is even more stunning with […]

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New In Zurich on Zurich Expats

Filed in "New In Zurich", Things To Do by on September 25, 2012 0 Comments
New In Zurich on Zurich Expats

We’d like to thank Zurich Expats for running an article on New In Zurich this week which we hope you like:  zurichexpats.com Like Zurich Expats, New In Zurich is in the business of making life a little easier for those new to Zurich, through information, personal experience and recommendation. Whether you’ve arrived here from near […]

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Swiss Webcams – over 1,400 webcams all over Switzerland

Filed in Businesses & Services, Free, Things To Do by on September 25, 2012 0 Comments
Swiss Webcams – over 1,400 webcams all over Switzerland

Ever thought of making a journey but not sure what the weather would be like at the other end? Or you have a destination in mind but would like to take a peek first.  Then swisswebcams.ch website is definitely for you. With over 1,400 Swiss landscapes there is almost certainly a webcam close to  the area you […]

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Seen Helen Hunt at the Zurich Film Festival? Will you catch Richard Gere in Zurich today?

Seen Helen Hunt at the Zurich Film Festival? Will you catch Richard Gere in Zurich today?

Photo © CAST ZHdK Did you see Helen Hunt in Zurich on Friday? Helen Hunt was the first female recipient of the “Golden Eye” Award at this year’s Zurich Film Festival on Friday before the Festival’s screening of her new film “The Sessions” at the film’s European premiere. Today, Richard Gere will be receiving the […]

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Juice Guide Zurich – Where to Find the Best Juices

Filed in Food and Drink, Switzerland, Things To Do by on September 21, 2012 0 Comments
Juice Guide Zurich –  Where to Find the Best Juices

  . Juice Guide Zurich – Where to Find the Best Juices   . Juicing it Up In Zurich   There’s an explosion of juice and smoothie places in Zurich – but where to go to get the best juices? Ever since we went on a juice detox at the Sianji Wellbeing Resort in Bodrum, […]

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Zurich Opera House’s Open Day Sat 22nd September – free entry for all

Zurich Opera House’s Open Day Sat 22nd September – free entry for all

Have you visited the Opera House in Zurich? If not, this Saturday you have the opportunity to explore both the public areas and “behind the scenes” as the Opernhaus invites you all to an “open Day”. From 1O.OO-21.OO the Opera House is yours to explore. There will be special events (with tickets available at the […]

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

Filed in Children, Swiss Festivals, Travel by on September 13, 2012 5 Comments
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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