Rietberg Museum

Three historic Zurich villas in a 67,000 square meter park, and in the center of it reposes a peaceful Buddha. But not only that. The internationally renowned collection of the Museum of Rietberg exhibits non-European Art from four continents. more

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Aventicum – Helvetians and Romans

Prosperous commerce, flourishing trade, approximately 20,000 inhabitants, stately mansions and temples protected by a five- kilometer-long, nearly... more

Aventicum – Helvetians and Romans
Valère, Tourbillon, Old Town

Valère, Tourbillon, Old Town

Sion, called Sitten in German, is the capital of the Canton of Valais. The Old Town, which lies between the hills of Valère and Tourbillon, dates... more

Rietberg Museum

Three historic Zurich villas in a 67,000 square meter park, and in the center of it reposes a peaceful Buddha. But not only that. The internationally renowned collection of the Museum of Rietberg exhibits non-European Art from four continents.

The Rietberg Museum in Zurich is the only art museum for non-European cultures in Switzerland and boasts an internationally renowned collection of works from Asia, Africa, America and Oceania.

Aventicum – Helvetians and Romans

Prosperous commerce, flourishing trade, approximately 20,000 inhabitants, stately mansions and temples protected by a five- kilometer-long, nearly seven-meter-tall wall with over 70 towers: This was Aventicum, over 2000 years ago.

Prosperous commerce, flourishing trade, approximately 20,000 inhabitants, stately mansions and temples protected by a five- kilometer-long, nearly seven-meter-tall wall with over 70 towers: This was Aventicum, over 2000 years ago.

Valère, Tourbillon, Old Town

Sion, called Sitten in German, is the capital of the Canton of Valais. The Old Town, which lies between the hills of Valère and Tourbillon, dates back to the Middle Ages and is home to numerous sights and attractions, such as one of the world's oldest organs that can still be played.

Sion, called Sitten in German, is the capital of the Canton of Valais. The Old Town, which lies between the hills of Valère and Tourbillon, dates back to the Middle Ages and is home to numerous sights and attractions, such as one of the world's oldest organs that can still be played.