Sobre a Suíça
The imposing masterpiece at the lake designed by star architect Jean Nouvel comprises a concert hall, congress center and art museum, all under one roof. The showpiece...
The former All Saints Benedictine Abbey in the heart of Schaffhausen's picturesque old town is a heritage site of international significance. Besides the museum, the...
At the end of the 15th century, the town of Zug came into a certain amount of wealth when the Swiss became victors in the Burgundian Wars and came away with an...
St.Gallen is also known as a city of oriels. A total of 111 oriels have been preserved in this city. St.Gallen experienced an oriel construction boom between 1650 and...
Lucerne's landmark is considered to be Europe's oldest covered bridge. It was built in the 14th century and was originally a part of the city fortifications. The...
The Prime Tower is Switzerland's tallest building, a sparkling, glass-clad construction soaring 105.5 metres above the fashionable Zurich-West district.
Everyone in Freiburg knows the "Funiculaire" one of the city's landmarks. The funicular was inaugurated in 1899 and links the city center with the Unterstadt section.
The sanctuary of Madonna del Sasso in Orselina above Locarno is the most famous place of pilgrimage in the Italian part of Switzerland. It is rooted in the ancient...
This is the city's most impressive late-Gothic building. The three-aisled basilica towers above the roofs of the Old Town. The building was started in 1421. The...
The cathedral is a fitting symbol of the episcopal city of Chur. Somewhat plain from the outside, it impresses with its magnificent interior.
Solothurn's Jesuit Church may stand in the shadow of the magnificent cathedral of St. Ursen, but it is also well worth a visit – and about a hundred years older.
This landmark of Zug is 52 metres high and rises above the other town towers. The lower part was constructed as a simple passageway through the town's oldest circular...