In a year of disaster, a slowly-developing one continues, threatening climate and resource damage.
The return of overnight sleepers in Europe continues, with Switzerland and Austria cooperating on new Swiss routes.
Swiss Air turns to trains to move its passengers between its international hub at Zurich and regional airports.
The town of Olten, Switzerland had a chocolate snowfall last week, an event that might be thought possible only in a Willie Wonka movie. But Olten's event was real, if accidental. A malfunction in a cooling system at a nearby Lindt chocolate factory that was producing chocolate nibs resulted in a fine powder of chocolate shavings being deposited for several blocks around by brisk winds. Although the company quickly offered to pay for any necessary cleanup, it was reported that no one had...
Switzerland's trains are back to normal, but their passengers—and the government—are cautious about using them.
A rise in cheese production has left Switzerland wondering how its next roll will be buttered.
A postal service born to promote local bakeries has taken on new importance as cities are locked down.
Lausanne's night watchman, one of few left in Europe, rings the city's emergency bell as a reminder of coronavirus restrictionss.
PHeymont spots another multi-lingual pun at a vintage clothing store
PHeymont explores Basel's riversides and the city's affair with the river.
A lively and colorful display of spinning toys caught PHeymont's attention.
PHeymont spotted an unusual version of the two-headed god who gave his name to the month just ending.
An Italian town whose heart and geography may have been in Switzerland loses its unique status.
PHeymont visits a church that's led an eventful life for nearly eight centuries.
PHeymont shares some of Basel's loveliest doors, and some of the history behind them.