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Schutzengelfest (AI)

Schutzengelfest (AI)

Wildkirchli is a cave situated in the Alpstein range in Canton Appenzell Innerrhoden. It has become renowned for its prehistoric finds. On the second Sunday in July, the festival of the guardian angel is held there. more

Appenzeller® Cheese

Appenzeller® Cheese

The uniquely spicy cheese from Appenzellerland. Appenzeller ® is one of Switzerland’s great gastronomic treasures. The country’s spiciest cheese...more

Kunsthalle Ziegelhütte Appenzell

Kunsthalle...

This "must-see" art hall in a former brick factory has a kiln dating...more

Biber and Bitters in Appenzell

Biber and Bitters...

The day begins at the bakery, where you make your own Appenzeller Biber,...more

Schutzengelfest (AI)

Wildkirchli is a cave situated in the Alpstein range in Canton Appenzell Innerrhoden. It has become renowned for its prehistoric finds. On the second Sunday in July, the festival of the guardian angel is held there.

Second Sunday in July

Wildkirchli is a cave situated in the Alpstein range in Canton Appenzell Innerrhoden. It has become renowned for its prehistoric finds. On the second Sunday in July, the festival of the guardian angel is held there.

Appenzeller® Cheese

The uniquely spicy cheese from Appenzellerland. Appenzeller ® is one of Switzerland’s great gastronomic treasures. The country’s spiciest cheese has been made by hand in the same way for more than 700 years.

The uniquely spicy cheese from Appenzellerland.

Appenzeller ® is one of Switzerland’s great gastronomic treasures. The country’s spiciest cheese has been made by hand in the same way for more than 700 years. The gentle, hilly landscape between Lake Constance and the Säntis massif with its lush, healthy, nutritious herb-filled grass is the secret of the natural raw milk from which Appenzeller ® is made. The age-old craft of making cheese by hand is as much a part of the living heritage of the Appenzellerland as the local traditions of string music and rustic painting on wood.

Kunsthalle Ziegelhütte Appenzell

This "must-see" art hall in a former brick factory has a kiln dating back to 1566, which visitors can in fact walk around in.

Driving from the village of Appenzell, via station square and Stossplatz southward, one encounters the noteworthy new building of the Kunsthalle Ziegelhütte.

Biber and Bitters in Appenzell

The day begins at the bakery, where you make your own Appenzeller Biber, a traditional gingerbread with honey and nuts, which you can of course take home with you. After lunch you visit a craftsman, and make your own key ring; and round off the day with a coffee and a visit to the producers of traditional Appenzeller Alpenbitter – an herbal digestive liqueur.