One day in Moscow

As the Sochi 2014 winter olympic games approach, I thought I would share my experience and encourage people who stop over in Moscow for one day to get out despite the cold and discover the heart of Moscow. Moscow is

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One day in Moscow

As the Sochi 2014 winter olympic games approach, I thought I would share my experience and encourage people who stop over in Moscow for one day to get out despite the cold and discover the heart of Moscow. Moscow is

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Private visit to a true chocolate maker

Chocolate is made of cocoa which does not grow in Switzerland; however the Swiss excel at the art of transforming raw material into marvels. What is true for gold and watches is also true for cocoa and chocolate. Today we

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Private visit to a true chocolate maker

Chocolate is made of cocoa which does not grow in Switzerland; however the Swiss excel at the art of transforming raw material into marvels. What is true for gold and watches is also true for cocoa and chocolate. Today we

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Private cellar visit in Lavaux (UNESCO)

The vineyards of Lavaux are unique, in the sense that they combine a rare skyline, the proximity of the lake and a hand cultivated vineyard. Anyone who has visited the area would acknowledge that the sight is amazing when looking

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Private cellar visit in Lavaux (UNESCO)

The vineyards of Lavaux are unique, in the sense that they combine a rare skyline, the proximity of the lake and a hand cultivated vineyard. Anyone who has visited the area would acknowledge that the sight is amazing when looking

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Private cruise on lake Leman

Lake Leman, better know as lake Geneva among the Anglo-Saxons, is one of the largest Central European lakes. It is located on the Southern border of Switzerland and is shared with France. This lake is often calm, only occasionally windy.

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Private cruise on lake Leman

Lake Leman, better know as lake Geneva among the Anglo-Saxons, is one of the largest Central European lakes. It is located on the Southern border of Switzerland and is shared with France. This lake is often calm, only occasionally windy.

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How to strategize your private tour of Switzerland

I have heard many horror stories from my Chinese friends about touring Switzerland in a few days and going to a different hotel every night. Here is how you could plan a more comfortable journey. Switzerland is a beautiful but

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How to strategize your private tour of Switzerland

I have heard many horror stories from my Chinese friends about touring Switzerland in a few days and going to a different hotel every night. Here is how you could plan a more comfortable journey. Switzerland is a beautiful but

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The Swiss (Rail) Pass, an affordable and comfortable way to get around

Switzerland enjoys a very dense rail and bus network, which is famous for running pretty much on time. So the Swiss are offering their foreign guests a pretty unique way to get around. Off course like in any other country

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The Swiss (Rail) Pass, an affordable and comfortable way to get around

Switzerland enjoys a very dense rail and bus network, which is famous for running pretty much on time. So the Swiss are offering their foreign guests a pretty unique way to get around. Off course like in any other country

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One day in Rome

Rome, the so-called “Eternal City” is the capital and largest city in Italy with 3 million residents. Its history is two and a half thousand years long and a lot of it is visible in its buildings and streets making

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One day in Rome

Rome, the so-called “Eternal City” is the capital and largest city in Italy with 3 million residents. Its history is two and a half thousand years long and a lot of it is visible in its buildings and streets making

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One day in Florence

Florence (Firenze) is the capital city of the rich region of Tuscany. The city counts 370’000 inhabitants and the metropolitan area about 1.5 million. It is a busy and rich city in multiple ways: history, architecture, culture, fashion and industry.

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One day in Florence

Florence (Firenze) is the capital city of the rich region of Tuscany. The city counts 370’000 inhabitants and the metropolitan area about 1.5 million. It is a busy and rich city in multiple ways: history, architecture, culture, fashion and industry.

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One day in San Francisco

San Francisco counts only 800’000 inhabitants but it s famous worldwide for its skyline, which includes the Golden Gate Bridge and its liberal lifestyle. It is truly a unique city in many ways. It is also the main city in

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One day in San Francisco

San Francisco counts only 800’000 inhabitants but it s famous worldwide for its skyline, which includes the Golden Gate Bridge and its liberal lifestyle. It is truly a unique city in many ways. It is also the main city in

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One day in Sydney

Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales and the most populous city in Australia. It is located on Australia’s southeast coast of the Tasman Sea. With a population of 4.6 million people it is the largest Australian city

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One day in Sydney

Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales and the most populous city in Australia. It is located on Australia’s southeast coast of the Tasman Sea. With a population of 4.6 million people it is the largest Australian city

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One day in Tokyo

Tokyo, literally the Eastern capital, previously named Edo is Japan’s capital since 1868; it is the emperor’s residence and Japan’s political center. It is famous for its sky scrappers as well as its small charming streets. It is a large

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One day in Tokyo

Tokyo, literally the Eastern capital, previously named Edo is Japan’s capital since 1868; it is the emperor’s residence and Japan’s political center. It is famous for its sky scrappers as well as its small charming streets. It is a large

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One day in Kyoto

Kyoto, literally the “capital city” is located in central Japan close to Osaka. It actually was the capital city until 1868 before Tokyo. Kyoto is a charming mid-size city with 1.5 million inhabitants; it is considered the cultural capital of

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One day in Kyoto

Kyoto, literally the “capital city” is located in central Japan close to Osaka. It actually was the capital city until 1868 before Tokyo. Kyoto is a charming mid-size city with 1.5 million inhabitants; it is considered the cultural capital of

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