If you guys are searching for the ultimate destination for a family weekend, Jura & the Three Lakes region is the place for you. It's famous for its great variety of landscapes, unspoiled nature and its history and rich architectural heritage. It's a perfect place to combine city sightseeing with some peaceful (or active - … Continue reading The city & the country – a perfect family weekend in Neuchâtel and Franches-Montagnes.
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Autumn weekend in Crans-Montana – what to do.
I heard so much of Crans-Montana being a perfect resort for winter holidays and was so happy to discover it myself during fall - when the seasonal colors transform from summer greens to autumn gold, when the leaves crunch under your feet as you walk along one of the many lakes, the air is crisp … Continue reading Autumn weekend in Crans-Montana – what to do.
Flavours of Valais – what to eat and where to try it.
Valais, the Alpine canton of Switzerland, home to the famous Matterhorn and renowned skiing resorts, has a well-deserved and longstanding reputation for wonderfully distinctive food. If your idea of Swiss food is cheese, chocolate, and potatoes, you'll be pleasantly surprised in Valais, where the rich tradition, agricultural abundance and the vibrant talent of locals bring … Continue reading Flavours of Valais – what to eat and where to try it.
Family weekend in Pays-d’Enhaut – things to do
Pays d'Enhaut is a Swiss region in canton Vaud comprising the municipalities of Rossinière, Château d'Oex and Rougemont. It's located in a Sarine river valley and each of the villages offers not only beautiful alpine views, but also a variety of things to do in every season. We visited on a warm August weekend, with … Continue reading Family weekend in Pays-d’Enhaut – things to do
Come up, slow down – what to do in Gstaad region
Gstaad region has it all: plenty of scenic hiking trails, beautiful landscapes, Alpine lakes, gourmet restaurants and beautiful hotels with a spa. It's a paradise for those who want to spend their time actively and also for the ones who seek some relaxing time close to the nature. We visited twice in summer/autumn season and … Continue reading Come up, slow down – what to do in Gstaad region
What I crossed off my Swiss bucket list in 2019
It's been the most busy year personally for me so far - we moved places, supervised construction works, got a puppy and I got a bump (still expecting :)). Many other things happened inbetween, but I managed to cross-off all the places and things I wanted to do from my Swiss bucket list and I thought … Continue reading What I crossed off my Swiss bucket list in 2019
My Guide to Five Lakes Hike of Zermatt
It's been three and a half year since I moved to Switzerland and the first time I visited one of the most famous and most magical Swiss places. I wanted to make this trip as special as possible. And so I did. We spent 2 days in the region, walked 25 kilometers total, climbed 116 … Continue reading My Guide to Five Lakes Hike of Zermatt
My ultimate Swiss adventure – two days in La Gruyère
Visiting Gruyères was on top of my Swiss bucket list for a long time. It seems like it's a perfect getaway to experience the so-called "Swissness". You get to try the famous cheese and delicious chocolate, wander in a medieval old town and explore the romantic castle, see the snowy summits and valleys of La … Continue reading My ultimate Swiss adventure – two days in La Gruyère
Picnic in Mürren
It's been on my bucket list for too long and as winter is getting closer, I couldn’t wait anymore. Additionally, I had a bottle of excellent Spanish wine from Rioja region and I just knew it's perfect for an outdoor adventure! It was a beautiful sunny day, ideal for a road trip through Swiss dreamy … Continue reading Picnic in Mürren