The last weekend of February a Siberian storm called Emma, a.k.a. “the Beast from the East”, visited Europe and, of course, Switzerland. While the storm brought very low temperatures and beautiful and rare snowy postcards to some European capitals like Dublin or Rome, here in Switzerland it brought freezing temperatures […]Read More
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A few weeks ago I went to the mountains with some friends. We chose Mt. Rigi, which is very close to Zurich and has a lot of winter hiking trails well maintained during all seasons (I have already shown you photos from Rigi here). When I was planning this trip, […]Read More
The other day I went for a walk in Uetliberg. I’ve already told you about this place, the very own mountain of Zurich (in winter and autumn). It’s so close to my apartment that sometimes I feel it’s like my huge garden. This is the place to go when you need to disconnect […]Read More
One of the things I missed the most when I was in Spain these last holidays was the snow. Even if some snow flakes fell in Madrid during Christmas, they melted right away… So I was looking forward to come back to Zurich and enjoy the winter landscapes here. But […]Read More
When I was offered the opportunity I couldn’t say no. How could I resist to fly over the Alps? Sure, I don’t like airplanes so much, despite having to endure several flights every year… And yes, this time it was a very small airplane… But then again, who could say […]Read More
Spring began officially yesterday, so I though this is the perfect time for the last snowy post of this season. My trip to Zurich in January gave me a lot of opportunities to capture the beauty of the city under many different conditions. I enjoyed sunny and cloudy days, foggy mornings, […]Read More
One of the things I love about Zürich is that nature is so close to the city. Within a few minutes walk from the city centre you can reach the Zürichsee with all its beautiful birds and swans, there are many parks and green spaces, including two botanical gardens… But what I […]Read More