Hotel Alte Herberge Weiss Kreuz

Hotel Alte Herberge Weiss Kreuz

1000-year old culture and modern architecture exist side by side in the historic Säumerherberge, on the Cultural Trail the "Via Spluga". Awarded in 2002 for its gentle, historically authentic renovations.more

Jugendherberge Zurich

Jugendherberge Zurich

Recognized "for a conscientious and successful reconstruction of a building dating from the 1960s and for an excellent entrepreneurial philosophy...more

Zum goldenen Schäfli

Zum goldenen Schäfli

The guildsmen certainly had style. The 30 butchers who practiced their...more

Swiss Fashion Museum

Swiss Fashion Museum

Fashion museum housing 5,000 pieces from the 18th century to the...more

Hotel Alte Herberge Weiss Kreuz

1000-year old culture and modern architecture exist side by side in the historic Säumerherberge, on the Cultural Trail the "Via Spluga". Awarded in 2002 for its gentle, historically authentic renovations.

The Hotel Alte Herberge Weiss Kreuz was opened in 2000 as a culture and adventure hotel. It is located in the centre of the village on the Cultural Trail "Via Spluga", and has 16 rooms, with a total of 34 beds, in a legendary historic setting. The wines in the restaurant with its regional cuisine are mainly from the Bündner Herrschaft and Italy.

Jugendherberge Zurich

Recognized "for a conscientious and successful reconstruction of a building dating from the 1960s and for an excellent entrepreneurial philosophy in the field of social tourism."

Recognized "for a conscientious and successful reconstruction of a building dating from the 1960s and for an excellent entrepreneurial philosophy in the field of social tourism. The Zurich Youth Hostel is a typical example of the careful application of architecture and design as practiced by Swiss Youth Hostels".

Zum goldenen Schäfli

The guildsmen certainly had style. The 30 butchers who practiced their trade in the lane now named after it purchased this house in 1484 for the sum of 300 talers.

The guildsmen certainly had style. The 30 butchers who practiced their trade in the lane now named after it purchased this house in 1484 for the sum of 300 talers. It was here that they socialized and held their assemblies – at least until 1798, when the Revolution put an end to the old order of the guilds.

Swiss Fashion Museum

Fashion museum housing 5,000 pieces from the 18th century to the present, including the archives of Yverdon-born designer Robert Piguet.

Fashion museum housing 5,000 pieces from the 18th century to the present, including the archives of Yverdon-born designer Robert Piguet.