Restaurant Manesse – Cubism on your plate The Location:  Maison Manesse is located at unusual location close by Manessehof and not to be confused by Restaurant Manesse. On the way we pass by a restaurant called Restaurant Manesse which specializes on Turkish food but 5 minutes later the Kafkaesque journey ends and Maison Manesse’s, Read More

Spice – Culinary Pampering This Gault Millau and Michelin starred restaurant offers fantastic cuisine and a beautiful view. On the ground floor it hosts the bistro Quadrino. Upstairs it features an airy and bright dining room. The atmosphere: The dining room’s modern interior and its dark wooden floor and chairs coupled with the white table, Read More

Maag Halle hosted this years Photoforum which showcased 120 photographers. Each photographer dedicated a selection of photos around a specific topic. Each selection included a description and brief bio of the photographer. A few of the photos stood out such as the humorous selection of images from a car’s rear window. The photos were, Read More

Sonnenberg  – Zurich’s Panorama Terrace Sonnenberg, often referred to as the Fifa Canteen has become an institution in Zurich. The hotel is located in Zurichs’ swanky Zurichberg region and offers a breathtaking view of the city. At the entrance, guests are welcomed by the service staff and led to their tables in the dining, Read More

                Opened by the owners of Wasserngrat, Gstaad’s most popular mountain restaurants, 16 is tucked away in a small alley in Saanen’s cute village center at Mittelgasse 16 and has opened 2 years ago. It is still a local secret tip. In the winter it attracts Gstaad’s elite crowd. Atmosphere: 16, the name derives, Read More

This annual vintage design far has been taking place for the past 7 year. Roughly 20 galerists and vintage specialists display pieces from the roaring 1920’s to the 80’s at the vintage salon at Kunsthaus. Most of the pieces can be bought. The salon showcases some great vintage pieces. Amongst them you will find, Read More

Sehnsucht Persien Rietberg’s current exhibition features contemporary Iranian art and historic Persian art in the Baroque period with roughly 200 works. The exhibition evokes Persia’s bygone golden era and puts it in contrast with contemporary art pieces of Teherani artists. The historic pieces feature Persian carpets, oil paintings and traditional Persian attires. The exhibition, Read More

Valencia is Spain’s third largest city.This dreamy Spanish town at the Costa Blanca has an adorable medieval old town. The city center is relatively small and Valencia’s famous Catedral as well as la Plaza de la Virgen can be visited in a couple of hours. Where to eat: Paella lovers will be well catered, Read More

Gstaad  – A winter paradise Nestled in a valley in the midst of the Bernease Alps lies Gstaad, one Switzerland’s swankiest ski resorts. It is for obvious reasons that this adorable village has established itself as a meeting point for the international jet set. The village consists of wooden houses which are characteristic for the, Read More

Brunch at Rüsterei What’s better than spending a rainy late Sunday morning with a laid back brunch? Zurich offers a good number of choices and we opted for a brunch a la discretion at Rüsterei. Ambiance: On a Sunday morning the restaurant is busy with couples and families. Rüsterei’s industrial interior with high ceilings, Read More