Switzerland

4 Surprising Spots on my Switzerland Bucket List

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I’ve spent a lot of time in Switzerland, and probably understand the country on a deeper level than the average non-Swiss person, but there are still tons of well-known places I need to visit.

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17 Places You Should Visit in 2017

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From volcanoes, to waterfalls, to deserts (oh my!); from the Arctic, to the equator, and well into the Southern Hemisphere; and from world-class megacities to smaller ones you never thought to visit, I’ve covered most every travel base.

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Three Days in Zurich

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If you play your cards right—and read my recommendations below—I imagine you’ll fall in love with Switzerland’s largest city a lot faster than I did.

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Me and the Mountain

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I celebrated my 30th birthday in the Swiss Alps – and not just because of the world-class skiing.

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Finally Getting to Know Zurich

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There’s no overarching narrative to this Zürich photo essay — I just hope you can appreciate stately “downtown Switzerland” as much as I now do.

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Busted For Weed in Switzerland

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Never assume you’ll get away with doing something illegal in even liberal foreign countries.

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Is Switzerland a Boring Place to Visit?

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If you can deal with sky-high prices and the occasional cold-shouldered local, you’ll be surprised at how stimulating an experience traveling in Switzerland can be.

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Renegade Piece

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“Usually,” Bianca said, “Swiss people sit as far away from others as they can. The train is completely full now, so that’s really not possible.”

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