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Verbier Polaris Festival – a dance party in the Alps

For an intimate venue up in the Alps, the lineup was a strong mix of electronica musicians: a blend of people you’d find in the biggest clubs in Ibiza as well as some alternative yet well-respected artists.

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Geneva: gigantic no-go, or grand go-go?

For most people, the word ‘city’ instantly conjures up images of crowds, traffic jams, pollution and stress. Geneva is a little different. With a population of less than half a million people Geneva is the world’s smallest metropolis, and to top it off more than a quarter of the city is made up of beautiful parks and gardens.

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On top of the world!

The next day I somehow find myself even higher still, simultaneously clutching my seat for dear life while whooping in excitement. Pascal (paragliding pilot extraordinaire) and I are flying high above the snow, circling and turning and spinning and generally acting like excitable puppies let off the leash.

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Go and Travel Geneva

Every city needs a centre point as its soul, and seeing as Geneva is built on the shores of one of the largest freshwater lakes in Europe, you won’t have any difficulty finding this one. The city has the historic old town on the left shore and the international town on the right, with the picturesque lake always in the centre.

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Interlaken… the adventures between two lakes

007 adventures in this glorious winterous wonderland.

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