Autumn in Switzerland: what to do, where to go?

Autumn has come! Sunny, warm days are almost over. Soon it will be cold, rainy and not pleasant and no one likes this weather. But we are in Switzerland, people! There are plenty of exciting events, happening this autumn nearby. Let’s have a look what we have here..

Living sea

17. September
Place: Lucerne
Price: 45 CHF

Enjoy a Sunday morning in the Film theatre. A sumptuous breakfast buffet awaits you as a prelude to a thrilling giant screen film experience.
You will be served bread rolls, croissants, muesli, yoghurt, eggs with ham or bacon, breakfast cereals, cheese and sliced meats, fruits and juice, naturally accompanied by coffee or tea, milk or Ovomaltine, hot or cold – and as much of anything as you wish.




22.-24. September
Place: Zurich
Price: 10 CHF (for students)
Art Fair Zurich 2017 offers a selection of international and contemporary art. This Art Fair is a meeting point for artists, gallery owners and art-lovers, offering an essential space for contacts, sales and cultural exchange.


SwissCityMarathon – Lucerne

29. October 2017
Place: Lucerne
Price: from 45 CHF to 120 CHF

Don’t forget about the Marathon! This is event was created to promote a healthy lifestyle. Remember that every Tuesday at 5 pm there is Run Club at IMI. Everyone who wants to be physically fit, please join Mr. Murray on Tuesdays and prepare for the Big October Run!


Lucerne Blues Festival

11. – 19. November 2017
Place: Lucerne
Price: 76.90 CHF

November finds the blues in all its many forms ruling the roost in Lucerne.

If you are interested in blues, this event is well worth visiting. Lucerne Blues Festival is considered one of the best festivals in Europe. A number of venues around the town host world-class blues acts. Every year, the organizers manage to track down performers covering every style of blues. This premier event has established itself as one of Europe’s top blues festivals.


Lucerne Festival at the Piano

18. – 26. November 2017
Place: Lucerne
Price: from FREE to 220 CHF (depending on artist)

Piano lovers, this is for you!

If you like classical music, you should go and enjoy some modern interpretations of world famous composers. The twin sister team of Güher and Süher Pekinel will perform piano duos by Mozart. And Martha Argerich and Piotr Anderszewski will frame the recitals with concerts featuring concertos by Haydn, Mozart, and Schumann.

And these are just a few of the many events you can enjoy during the Swiss autumn. So, make the most of your time here, keep warm and healthy and never lose the positive attitude:)

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