This statue by Hermann Hubacher is dedicated to the German composer, pianist, and conductor Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) and is a symbol of music and of listening to...
In 1707 the imperial envoy, Count Trautmannsdorf, presented the city with this baroque sandstone statue of St. John of Nepomuk (1350-1393), patron saint of waters, who...
With 55 gourmet restaurants, eight of which boast Michelin stars, Geneva is the gastronomic capital of Switzerland.
Livio Vacchini planned and constructed this commercial building between 2000 and 2003.
This museum, founded more than one hundred years ago, occupies the second floor of the « Château", a beautiful residence of the 16th century.
Directly outside the IWC workshop windows the mighty Rhine flows, literally the "river of life" for IWC since its very earliest days. The manufacturer's first machines...
A symbol of the avant-garde, the La Miroiterie commercial building is located in the centre of the Flon platform directly in front of the main square. It is clad in...
The Lugano Museum's unique exhibitions of mainly 20th-century art attract experts from across Europe.
The Fontana Park on Grabenstrasse was fully renovated in 2006. There is a memorial to Captain Benedikt Fontana at the centre of this popular green space.
The basin of this prestigious fountain dates back to 1557 and the Justice statue dates back to 1585 (this is a copy). Along with the...
City Park with "Magician's'Fountain," built by Max Oertli. On the opposite side is "The Trunk" by Richard Sierra. Art works by Roman Signer, such as the fountain "The...
Monument (Obelisk from the 16th century) in memory of the battle between the "Volontari Luganesi" and the "Cisalpini" in February 1798.
The "flamme de l'amitié", designed by Mexican artist Leonardo Nierman, is now part of the private collection of the International Olympic Committee. It adorns a...
The main entrance to the Parco Civico on the promenade is home to Vincenzo Vela's statue of William Tell, created by the Ligornetto sculptor in 1856.