Kunsthaus Zürich

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. more

Hotel Restaurant Castle

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Laurenzenvorstadt

Laurenzenvorstadt

The Laurenzenvorstadt, a broad boulevard, is the only element of Daniel...more

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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.

Hotel Restaurant Castle

The excellent cuisine, with seasonal foods and regional products harmoniously combined with noble international products, bears 16 GaultMillau points. And behind the scenes your host and chef, Peter Gschwendtner, creates superb dishes and stands at the stove with his team. Peter Gschwendtner acquires inspiration from the stunning nature of Valais; shaped by farsightedness and the majestic summits he ascends.

Laurenzenvorstadt

The Laurenzenvorstadt, a broad boulevard, is the only element of Daniel Osterrieth’s "Plan d'agrandissement de la Commune d'Aarau" (Aarau Municipality Expansion Plan) to have been realised. At nearly 20 metres wide, it was intended to be a showpiece of a street. Its generous, spacious houses on the northern side provide information about what Osterrieth’s urban expansion could have looked like after the period of the Helvetic Republic.