There's a town in Switzerland with an 11-hour clock. In a country known for its precision, why are the people of Solothurn obsessed with this odd number?
The Swiss are among the happiest people on the planet. From Swiss cheese to honesty boxes, here are 5 things that might be making them smile.
Cheesemakers have known since forever that many factors act together to transform a few types of milk into a vast variety of cheese. But what about sound?
Where locals yodel softly as they milk their cows. The mountains are calling.
Punkt makes uncomplicated phones that are designed to do their job and nothing more so you can take back control of your life. Welcome to tech minimalism.
How two pioneers turned a Mesoamerican aphrodisiac into the world’s best-loved treat.
The world celebrates the 50th anniversary of the first Americans on the moon, but did you know that the Swiss were there as well?
There’s no such thing as can’t. The pocket knife has always been very versatile.
In the northern part of Ticino and a mere 80 km from Lugano, time seems to stand still.
Switzerland wouldn’t exist without mountains, which means the Swiss wouldn’t either. The way we eat, sleep and think owes loads to the mountains.
Perched on a cliff overlooking a 100m drop to the valley and the Seealpsee lake below, the Berggasthaus Aescher-Wildkirchli.
The area was even once voted the Swiss countryside of the year. Which brought with it a bit of notoriety...