The Way of St. James: Schwarzenburg-Fribourg

The Way of St. James: Schwarzenburg-Fribourg

This pilgrimage does not always have to lead to Santiago de Compostela - an impressive section of the Way of St. James is the ViaJacobi, a five hour walk from Schwarzenburg to Fribourg. This stretch is considered the most exciting part of the Way of St. James in Switzerland and has been used by...more

Regional Nature Park Gantrisch

Regional Nature Park Gantrisch

Nature can be admired from unusual perspectives in Gantrisch. For example, suspended from a wire rope, between two treetops.more

Laurenzenvorstadt

Laurenzenvorstadt

The Laurenzenvorstadt, a broad boulevard, is the only element of Daniel...more

Restaurant Einstein

Restaurant Einstein

This restaurant, fitted out with colourful walls in a shiny car paint...more

The Way of St. James: Schwarzenburg-Fribourg

This pilgrimage does not always have to lead to Santiago de Compostela - an impressive section of the Way of St. James is the ViaJacobi, a five hour walk from Schwarzenburg to Fribourg. This stretch is considered the most exciting part of the Way of St. James in Switzerland and has been used by the Jakobspilger - the St. James pilgrims - since the Middle Ages.

This pilgrimage does not always have to lead to Santiago de Compostela – an impressive section of the Way of St. James is the ViaJacobi, a five hour walk from Schwarzenburg to Fribourg. This stretch is considered the most exciting part of the Way of St. James in Switzerland and has been used by the Jakobspilger - the St. James pilgrims - since the Middle Ages.

The Way of St. James: Schwarzenburg-Fribourg
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Regional Nature Park Gantrisch

Nature can be admired from unusual perspectives in Gantrisch. For example, suspended from a wire rope, between two treetops.

Nature can be admired from unusual perspectives in Gantrisch. For example, suspended from a wire rope, between two treetops.

Regional Nature Park Gantrisch
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Laurenzenvorstadt

The Laurenzenvorstadt, a broad boulevard, is the only element of Daniel Osterrieth’s "Plan d'agrandissement de la Commune d'Aarau" (Aarau Municipality Expansion Plan) to have been realised. At nearly 20 metres wide, it was intended to be a showpiece of a street. Its generous, spacious houses on the northern side provide information about what Osterrieth’s urban expansion could have looked like after the period of the Helvetic Republic.

Laurenzenvorstadt
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Restaurant Einstein

This restaurant, fitted out with colourful walls in a shiny car paint texture, is everything one expects from unusual and modern architecture. The urban terrace with its 72 seats is unmistakeably inviting.

Restaurant Einstein
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