Bern, a capital of Switzerland, could be named as one of most beautiful cities. After having a tour around taking a look at the bears and Zytlogge, main cathedral and gardens, you will probably want to enjoy atmosphere of city center doing some shopping. SUISSEPIC got some tips here.
With over a 1m of citizens agglomeration Zürich is the biggest city in Switzerland. It is also a commercial and financial heart of the country. SUISSEPIC explored streets, shops, traditional markets and luxury designer boutiques.
Vanessa is a young Swiss jewelry artist. Born in Lugano, she spent 10 years abroad and came back to origins setting the business in Geneva. Her collections combine European beauty of shape simplicity with a charming breath of Asia. She told to SUISSEPIC about her plans, inspiration and special magic of stones.
Swiss Rolex is a well-known symbol of luxurious lifestyle and a “must-have” for all the members of cream society. Producing over 2,00 exclusive timepieces a day this company could easily be named as a king of watchmaking. SUISSEPIC had a short look into history of the brand.
Let’s say you have an idea of selling things via Internet and thinking on creating a small e-commerce website. SUISSEPIC had a look at the main CMS used to create small projects: WordPress and Joomla! We are ready to share our conclusions.
Switzerland is often called “a place to live”. It is ranked among Top 10 countries with an attractive business environment and high life standards. However sometimes the Swiss look for adventures and leave their postcard country. SUISSEPIC spoke with some of them who decided to take a risk and move to Russia.
International Geneva is often called a gastronomic capital of Switzerland. With over than 1,000 restaurants the city offers great variety of world’s cuisines from authentic French to exotic Asian one. SUISSEPIC had a talk with the locals and discovered where they prefer to eat during the day-time.
Yodeling is an essential part of alpine culture. This way of singing was developed in 19 century as the way of communication among mountain villagers. Now this piece of Swiss musical heritage is annually praised during numerous festivals. The closest one is supposed to be on 22-24 June in Schötz.