Basel’s Buvettes

Basel’s Buvettes

The five so-called Buvettes along the Rhine shores of Kleinbasel offer cool drinks and small yet delicious specialities during the summer months. more

Solothurn City - Cathedral of St. Ursus

Solothurn City - Cathedral of St. Ursus

Solothurn is said to be the most beautiful baroque city in Switzerland. The imposing buildings were constructed in various epochs: ranging from the first half of the 12th century, when the clock tower was built, to 1773, when St. Ursus Cathedral...more

Reuss

Reuss

The Reuss is Central Switzerland’s quintessential river. Starting in the...more

Basel’s Buvettes

The five so-called Buvettes along the Rhine shores of Kleinbasel offer cool drinks and small yet delicious specialities during the summer months.

The five so-called Buvettes along the Rhine shores of Kleinbasel offer cool drinks and small yet delicious specialities during the summer months.

Solothurn City - Cathedral of St. Ursus

Solothurn is said to be the most beautiful baroque city in Switzerland. The imposing buildings were constructed in various epochs: ranging from the first half of the 12th century, when the clock tower was built, to 1773, when St. Ursus Cathedral was constructed in baroque and neo-classical style.

Solothurn is said to be the most beautiful baroque city in Switzerland. The imposing buildings were constructed in various epochs: ranging from the first half of the 12th century, when the clock tower was built, to 1773, when St. Ursus Cathedral was constructed in baroque and neo-classical style.

Saane

The Saane is not one of the very large rivers in Switzerland, but it offers a great variety of experiences and adventure potential. The river, here sometimes called “Rösti ditch”, is the dividing line between the German-speaking and French-speaking parts of Switzerland.

Reuss

The Reuss is Central Switzerland’s quintessential river. Starting in the Gotthard region, it steadily flows northward, through Lake Lucerne, and after 160 kiliometers it ultimately flows near Windisch into the Aare River.

The Reuss is Central Switzerland’s quintessential river. Starting in the Gotthard region, it steadily flows northward, through Lake Lucerne, and after 160 kiliometers it ultimately flows near Windisch into the Aare River.