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Discover Geneva with Bonviva
As home to the European headquarters of the United Nations and 20 other global organizations, Geneva exudes international flair – but even on its own, it has plenty to offer: impressive sights, beautiful old-town alleys, peaceful parks, and a wide variety of restaurants. Bonviva will take you on a tour through Geneva and show you the most attractive and fascinating locations.
Freshly Served: the Latest Food Trends
With its wide range of regional specialties, Switzerland is a culinary land of milk and honey. From rustic to fine cuisine, pleasure is paramount. The latest food trends such as insects, local specialties, and "nose to tail" complement this diversity. Bonviva tells you what lies behind these ideas and where you can savor the new cuisines.
DAVOS FESTIVAL – young artists in concert
"Playground" – this year's theme for the DAVOS FESTIVAL could hardly be more appropriate. That's because from August 5 to 19, Davos becomes a playground for around 80 highly talented young musicians who will be performing a unique mix of works, both classical and modern.
Discover Switzerland: The Best Travel Tips from Bonviva
Treat yourself to a break from everyday life and discover wonderful places in Switzerland. For instance, the metropolis of Zurich, the Mediterranean Ascona on Lake Maggiore, or the romantic Zermatt in Valais. Bonviva, together with American Express, has put together the best hotel and excursion tips for singles, couples, and families.
“Are you strict?”
Under Martina Voss-Tecklenburg, the Swiss women’s football team has qualified for the European Championship for the first time – and in convincing style. Reason enough to ask the successful coach about the game, Switzerland, and much more besides. Girls from the U14 team at the Grasshopper Club in Zurich conducted the interview for Aspects, moderated by author Richard Reich.