The Drei Weieren (three ponds) on the slopes of the Freudenberg form a suburban recreation area with a total of five man-made ponds.
At 291 km, the Aare is the longest wholly Swiss river. It originates from the Oberaar glacier in the eastern Bernese Alps, flows through lakes Brienz and Thun, passes...
Whether shopping, sightseeing or simply out for a stroll, you're sure to come across many of the Old Town's eleven historic fountains.
Guided tour of the city.
The Schaffhausen anglers will tell you lots of interesting things about bygone days, as well as plenty of scary, amazing but also funny things on this tour. What...
The small Areuse River thunders through the Areuse Gorge between Noiraigue and Boudry. A challenging hiking trail allows you to contemplate the natural site from up...
The glittering reflections of the sunlight, the splashing of the water, the scent of the fresh air.
Lakeside swimming area<br />
- free access<br />
Should you choose to make your way to the Three Ponds, then a leisurely stroll high above the roofs of St.Gallen awaits you.
Was completed in 1408 as a part of the city fortification. Between 1626 and 1635 Kaspar Meglinger added 67 paintings that represent the "Dance of Death". Called the...