Marcelle is Swiss, grew up in Switzerland, brought up her children and worked there for most of her life before she started to travel the world as a world nomad and travel blogger. It’s a new experience to return to Switzerland now and again as a tourist and to see familiar places in a new light.
Diléas, one of the rescue dogs at our house sit in Thun, Switzerland. Outside the house he was full of energy, lead by his nose and was hard to restrain. Inside he was quiet and pleasant. He looks directly in the camera with a proud, taxing appearance like the King himself in a medieval painting.
How your dream of Winter Holidays in Switzerland becomes true.
Switzerland is hard to beat as a Top Winter Sport Destination. It is home to more mountain peaks of four thousand meters than any other European country. High price peaks therefore challenge the budget-concerned traveller. Not helpful are additionally the high exchange rate against most of the foreign currencies. But there are ways to make the dream of Winter Holidays in the Swiss Alps become true nevertheless.Continue reading “Seven Ways to Afford Winter Holidays in the Swiss Alps”
It’s possible to visit Zürich on a shoestring. Here you find tips, how to travel Switzerland on a tight budget.
You have heard that Switzerland is one of the most expensive countries in the World to visit? That’s right. You think, you can’t visit Zürich without paying an arm and a leg? That’s wrong. We’ll give you some tips, how you can visit Zürich on a tight budget.Continue reading “Zürich – Switzerland – On A Shoestring”