A watch is a little universe of precision components that only works properly when the elements of this highly complex puzzle fit together perfectly.
The "Geneva Watch Tour" will give you the time in thousand and one ways and lead you to the shopping paradise of prestige horology.
The LMEC micromechanics workshop provides visitors with an introduction and supervision in watch assembly.
Olivier Piguet introduces clock lovers to the art of clock making in his studio, the Centre d'initiation de l'horlogerie, in Le Sentier. He tells you a lot about the...
A visit to the first western city gate (1218–1256) of Bern's Old Town.
Audemars Piguet is not only one of the most prestigious labels in the watch industry; it is also an essential part of watch culture in the famous valley of the watch...
Franck Muller is the archetypal watchmaking success
story. In less than ten years, he has taken his brand to an
Biel / Bienne
For more than two hundred and fifty years, the Vallée de Joux has revelled in the success of its watchmaking industry. The watchmaking businesses of today are...
Over three floors there are over 2,000 objects exhibited, dating from 1839 to 1980. The owner and president of the company, Philippe Stern, owns 1,000 of them.
The Musée International d'Horlogerie (MIH) is home to more than 4,500 of the most famous clocks and watches, each a testimony to the history of timekeeping. Observe...
Step into a watchmaker's shoes at a workshop. The Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie (FHH) was established in Geneva in 2005 by three founders: the Richemont Group,...
Have you ever wondered how a watch is made? Or what the parts that bring life to these precious timepieces look like?