The Swiss Open (currently sponsored by Crédit Agricole and called the Crédit Agricole Suisse Open Gstaad) is a tennis tournament held in Gstaad, Switzerland. Held since 1915, the tournament is played on outdoor clay courts. Between 1970 and 1989 it was an event of the Grand Prix tennis circuit and is now a part of the ATP Tour schedule as an ATP World Tour 250 series event.

The Swiss Open (currently sponsored by Crédit Agricole and called the Crédit Agricole Suisse Open Gstaad) is a tennis tournament held in Gstaad, Switzerland. Held since 1915, the tournament is played on outdoor clay courts. Between 1970 and 1989 it was an event of the Grand Prix tennis circuit and is now a part of the ATP Tour schedule as an ATP World Tour 250 series event.

Kuebler, first Swiss Tour de France champion, dies at 97 - R.I.P.

Kuebler, first Swiss Tour de France champion, dies at 97

Swiss Army Bike.  Can also be used to cook food, cut wood, tell time, light cigars, play cards and call your mother for her birthday.

pinoymtbiker: Swiss Army Bike This is the kind of bicycle that I want. Rugged, durable and with provisions for racks and panniers for long tours.

Try Raclette! on a SWISS FOOD TOUR fromhttp://www.allaboutcuisines.com/food-tours/switzerland/in/switzerland #Food Tours Switzerland #Swiss Food #Swiss Travel

Switzerland Food Tours in Switzerland

Swiss peasant food: Raclette, melted cheese, herbs, cherry tomato, bacon and onion. I love it!

near Sellrain (SW of Innsbruck), Austria.  Photo: John Baker                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Little white chapel on the hill near Sellrain, Austria. Photo by John Baker

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