A castle on Lake Lucerne needs help—and got 160 applicants for the job.
An experimental hydrofoil water taxi that was tested and shoved aside in Paris has now hit serious red tape for a planned trial on Lake Geneva.
A Swiss university with a penchant for publicity sets up a student photo that seems to defy gravity,
Bern's iconic mechanical clock, over 800 years old, is being sent to the shop for repairs and restoration. It will be back by June.
Discount bus service is coming to Switzerland as it has to much of Europe, but it's limited to keep it from affecting government-run rail service
A Swiss tradition gets an academic twist with new university programs.
Switzerland 'Stoosbahn' is so steep it needs specially-adapted cars to keep the passengers upright for the trip up the mountain.
The engineer will still be there, but automated acceleration and braking tools are meant to optimize efficiency.
Switzerland's melting glaciers pose not only a long-term threat, but are the cause of some recent landslides.
After years of sloppy record-keeping, the city finds it's missing a lot of artwork, including a painting worth $1.5 million
Sea Bubble hydrofoil water taxis, proposed originally for Paris, may now find a home on Lake Geneva.
A 19th-century model of the city has become a digital tool for exploring and understanding the city.
In Lucerne's historic center, workers uncover remains of a hospital chapel, and another, older, church beneath it.
Four young men from Switzerland cover all 26 cantons in 17 hours, 19 minutes for a new mark.
For today's Pic of the Day, George G shares some scenes from beautiful Davos, Switzerland.