With the pandemic now (hopefully) in the rearview mirror, Switzerland has relaxed rules for bars, restaurants and events. Here’s where you can watch Euro 2020 games live in Zurich.
Switzerland is a wonderful country to discover and settle down in. If you're one of the many international residents looking to buy a Swiss home, here's a guide to some of the quirks of the Swiss system you'll need to understand if you want to maximise your buying power and enjoy a pain-free process.
Switzerland will wind back more of its coronavirus measures from June 28th, including the outdoor mask requirement and rules for sports facilities, nightclubs and restaurants.
Due to changes in infection numbers, Swiss authorities is frequently updating its list of high-risk nations.
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The World Health Organisation (WHO) warned Thursday that vaccination rates in Europe were still far off what was needed to stop a virus resurgence and called on countries to maintain protective measures.
Surveys suggest that international residents in Switzerland find it difficult to make friends with local people. What do our readers say?
If you’re planning on heading to south Germany, Austria, or Switzerland, you’ll be certain to hear today’s word of the day in almost every conversation.
It's considered one of the best cities in the world, but what's life in Zurich like? We asked our readers to give us their insights.
Travel is opening up around Europe, but most countries still have testing requirements in place for adults. When it comes to under 18s, however, the rules vary widely on who is exempt and who needs a test.