St. Gallen Abbey District

In St. Gallen you'll find history at every turn. The city's landmark is the Convent of St. Gall with its Baroque cathedral. The convent, including the library and monastery archives, was added to the Unesco World Heritage List in 1983. more

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Cathedral of St. Nicholas

Climb all 368 steps to the top of the Saint Nicholas Cathedral tower and enjoy an exceptional view of the village and the Alpine foothills around... more

Cathedral of St. Nicholas
Benedictine Monastery St. Johann, Müstair

Benedictine Monastery St. Johann,...

The internationally-renowned Convent of St. John in Müstair enjoys UNESCO World Cultural Heritage listing and owes its existence and uniqueness to... more

St. Gallen Abbey District

In St. Gallen you'll find history at every turn. The city's landmark is the Convent of St. Gall with its Baroque cathedral. The convent, including the library and monastery archives, was added to the Unesco World Heritage List in 1983.

In St. Gallen you'll find history at every turn. The city's landmark is the Convent of St. Gall with its Baroque cathedral. The convent, including the library and monastery archives, was added to the Unesco World Heritage List in 1983.

Cathedral of St. Nicholas

Climb all 368 steps to the top of the Saint Nicholas Cathedral tower and enjoy an exceptional view of the village and the Alpine foothills around Fribourg. The gothic Cathedral, its magnificent stained glass windows and its organs deserve to be visited (commentary available on request)!

Climb the 368 steps and you will be rewarded with an unforgettable view of the town of Fribourg.

Benedictine Monastery St. Johann, Müstair

The internationally-renowned Convent of St. John in Müstair enjoys UNESCO World Cultural Heritage listing and owes its existence and uniqueness to Charlemagne. It is one of the few existing architectural examples from the Carolingian period.

The internationally-renowned Convent of St. John in Müstair enjoys UNESCO World Cultural Heritage listing and owes its existence and uniqueness to Charlemagne. It is one of the few existing architectural examples from the Carolingian period.