Merker-Areal

Merker-Areal

The Merker-Areal, where washing machines and household appliances were once manufactured, has been turned into an attractive working and residential area. Instead of putting up a new construction, the original factory structure, with its valued industrial, cultural and historical associations,...more

Hôtel-Restaurant de la Tour

Hôtel-Restaurant de la Tour

Marcel and Bernadette Thürler have come up with a fresh idea – you may freely combine your menu by selecting one item from each of 4 appetisers, 4...more

Galerie Hostettler

Galerie Hostettler

Artistic jeweller.more

The pedestrian district

The pedestrian...

Three levels, three periods in history, three worlds: the pedestrian...more

Merker-Areal

The Merker-Areal, where washing machines and household appliances were once manufactured, has been turned into an attractive working and residential area. Instead of putting up a new construction, the original factory structure, with its valued industrial, cultural and historical associations, was preserved.

The Merker-Areal, where washing machines and household appliances were once manufactured, has been turned into an attractive working and residential area. Instead of putting up a new construction, the original factory structure, with its valued industrial, cultural and historical associations, was preserved.

Hôtel-Restaurant de la Tour

Marcel and Bernadette Thürler have come up with a fresh idea – you may freely combine your menu by selecting one item from each of 4 appetisers, 4 main dishes and 4 desserts. Besides this, a 5-course menu is also offered. The price includes water and coffee. These innovations have been awarded 15 GaultMillau points.

Galerie Hostettler

Artistic jeweller.

The pedestrian district

Three levels, three periods in history, three worlds: the pedestrian zone leads from the bustling modern station district via the elegant cathedral quarter down to the ancient Lower Town.

Three levels, three periods in history, three worlds: the pedestrian zone leads from the bustling modern station district via the elegant cathedral quarter down to the ancient Lower Town.