As the second largest city of Switzerland, Geneva is home to main industries of banking, governmental administration, technology and tourism – there’s a vast mix of world class hotels like Intercontinental Geneva. The city prides itself as one of the most beautiful and cultured cities in the world offering nature and architecture with a rich palette of history. The city is also a major gateway to the Alps, ideal for outdoor enthusiasts all year round. Continue reading Five reasons to visit Geneva, Switzerland
I was recently invited to visit the Intercontinental Geneva in Switzerland, a true luxury hotel that wholeheartedly merits its five-star rating providing excellent value for money and exemplary customer service.
With the United Nations based a mere 10 minutes away, the hotel regularly receives VIP guests. During our visit, the conference regarding Syrian chemical weapons was underway, therefore security was high however this didn’t interfere with our stay at all. Continue reading Intercontinental Geneva: A flawless luxury stay
Following my previous post about the trip to Friedrichshafen in Germany with Monarch Airlines and Bodensee-Airport Friedrichshafen, I wanted to fill you in on the full details of my intense yet fun-filled 24-hour return trip to Friedrichshafen.
Located on the northern side of Lake Constance in South Germany near Litchenstein, Switzerland and Austria, Friedrichshafen was established in 1811 within the state of Baden-Württemberg. With a population of around 58,000 people, the city is well located to serve tourists to the Alps as well as the surrounding areas, making it an ideal year-round destination.
Travelling from London to the Austrian Alps is possible in just 2.5 hours, a surprisingly quick turnaround enabling you to maximise your time on the slopes. From Bodensee-Airport there are excellent transfer times to the major ski resorts of Austria and Switzerland amongst others. The new airport terminal building has 14 check-in desks, as well as a new non-aviation area with bars, shops and a duty-free-shop.
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This morning, I departed on a trip organised by Monarch Airlines and Bodensee-Airport Friedrichshafen to commemorate Monarch’s inaugural flight to Friedrichshafen in Germany. The routes are supported by number one British female skier, Chemmy Alcott, the brand ambassador for Monarchs new ski routes for winter 2012/13.
Monarch will be flying to Friedrichshafen six times per week, starting from the 14th December 2012 from Manchester and London Gatwick. From Friedrichshafen Airport, there are excellent transfer times to the major ski resorts of Austria and Switzerland amongst others. The new terminal building has 14 check-in desks, as well as a new non-aviation area with bars, shops and a duty-free-shop. Continue reading Introducing Friedrichshafen, Germany