Basel Zoo

Gorillas, rhinoceroses, crocodiles, elephants and another 600 species live at the Basel Zoo. So species-friendly is this zoo that exciting breeding successes are no rarity. The Vivarium offers fascinating insights into the world of reptiles. more

Chillon

Kunsthaus Zürich

Kunsthaus Zurich, one of the most important art museums of Switzerland, houses Medieval panel pictures, world-famous works of art by Picasso, Monet... more

Kunsthaus Zürich
Vindonissa

Vindonissa

Vindonissa, located in what is today called Windisch, was an important Roman legion's camp. The ruins of the camp are open for viewing. The... more

Basel Zoo

Gorillas, rhinoceroses, crocodiles, elephants and another 600 species live at the Basel Zoo. So species-friendly is this zoo that exciting breeding successes are no rarity. The Vivarium offers fascinating insights into the world of reptiles.

The Zoological Gardens, known affectionately as “Zolli” by Basel's inhabitants, opened in Basel in 1874 and is home to a large number of indigenous and exotic animals.

Kunsthaus Zürich

Kunsthaus Zurich, one of the most important art museums of Switzerland, houses Medieval panel pictures, world-famous works of art by Picasso, Monet and Chagall, as well as the largest and most important collection of works by Alberto Giacometti.

The Kunsthaus Zürich boasts Zurich’s largest collection of modern art and is renowned both for its permanent art collection and its temporary exhibitions. In addition to works by Alberto Giacometti there are also significant pictures by Picasso, Monet and Chagall as well as numerous contemporary Swiss artists.

Vindonissa

Vindonissa, located in what is today called Windisch, was an important Roman legion's camp. The ruins of the camp are open for viewing. The monastery church of Königsfelden, which is well known for its unique glass windows (that date back to the 14th century), is located in the middle of these ruins.

Vindonissa, located in what is today called Windisch, was an important Roman legion's camp. The ruins of the camp are open for viewing. The monastery church of Königsfelden, which is well known for its unique glass windows (that date back to the 14th century), is located in the middle of these ruins.