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Situated between Lake Constance and the mountains of the Appenzell Alps, St Gallen is a beautiful land of rich heritage, culture and art. Standing 700 meters above sea-level, it is one of the highest cities in Switzerland. The picturesque views, bustling squares, and archaic setting with a contemporary touch to it will leave your jaw dropped. The peaceful atmosphere of the town makes St Gallen one of the most tourist-friendly locations. From a circuit of aesthetic museums to rejuvenating outdoor activities mark this city as the perfect location for locals as well as tourists. Escape in the medieval streets of Old Town, away from the daily hubbub and explore a trail of local shops, cute cafes, and 16th-century quaint houses.
St Gallen has a diverse range of cafes and restaurants since it has an enriching and colossal cuisine. The city is especially popular for its bratwurst, beer and bürli, or regional bread. When in town do not forget to visit the traditional, small restaurants situated on first floors with low ceilings known as Beizlis. The restaurants have a warm atmosphere and offer you an intimate experience laced with top-notch service and lip-smacking delicacies.
Make a trip to Mt. Saentis, the highest peak of the region that gives you some spectacular views of St Gallen and the Bodensee Region. This is your chance to unravel your mind in the majestic beauty of the city and prep yourself for a laid-back experience. Rusty ranges of the Alp and lush greenery of the land make the aura of St Gallen serene and a trail of romance that lingers throughout the year.
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Rich with a cultural display, Romanesque churches, stony streets, medieval-styled corners with jaw-dropping views of the River Rhine proves to be one of the best spots in the city you need to explore. The enchanting beauty of the Catholic churches and blemishes of modern art on the old squares are worth taking a picture at. The Old Town consists of many places such as the famous Basler Münster.
Abbey library of Saint Gall
designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, this glorious place is a storehouse to the oldest library connection in Switzerland. Marking itself as one of the earliest and most important monastic libraries in the world, it strikes the attention of all the tourists in town. The library holds almost 160,000 volumes, however, most of them are not for public use. The rusty insides have an eloquent grandeur which includes a sleek polish, baroque style space, and Greek inscriptions that will leave you spellbound. A must visit whenever you find yourself in St Gallen.
St Cathedral Church
Explore the medieval essence of the city in this beautiful heritage site. The insides are garnished with decorative walls, high ceilings, frescoes painted mostly by Josef Wannenmacher, and has the most complete set of historic church bells in Switzerland. This place is one of the highly recommended places in town.
If you are an ardent admirer of nature then this is your paradise. This place is the home to five beautiful ponds and has a pathway that runs along them giving you some picturesque views of the city. There are also a lot of places to eat around the pond. So, plan a cute picnic amidst the lush greens of this park.
the financial hub of Europe lies only a few kilometres away from the town. Zurich is a place which is the perfect amalgamation of gothic and modern style. It has splendid streets, high-end markets, medieval architecture and picturesque sights. From hundred years old museums which represent rich art, heritage and culture to the jaw-dropping stretches of greens and rugged beauty of the Alps standing tall over the city- it has it all. The place is saturated with extravagant diners as well as cute and hip cafes. You cannot afford to miss out the hype of Zurich when in St Gallen.
the beautiful city of St Gallen luckily lies at a stretch of 205 km away from Bern. The lush greenery, crispy blue sky and local cuisine make you want to stay in Bern a little longer. The town is blessed with medieval styled buildings and glorious waters of the pristine River Aare. If you are in St Gallen then you must visit the lovely town of Bern.
Explore the traditional culture, medieval architecture and mountains with white peaks in this amazing city of Lucerne. Plan a trip to the city when in Zurich as it lies at the proximity of 52.6 km.
standing tall and rugged in its craggy demeanour, Saentis is the highest peak in Alpstein massif of northeastern Switzerland. The mountain is 2501.9 meters above sea level. The mountain is located between the woeful Lake Constance and Lake Wwalen. Lying at a stretch of about only 35 km from St Gallen, the place is ought to be discovered. The outstanding views of snow-capped mountains, turquoise waters of lakes around and the calm atmosphere of the peak will urge you to visit the place once again.
the southernmost range of the Appenzell Alps is Churfirsten. The mountain range lies at an elevation of 2,306 meters from sea level. It serves as a natural boundary between Toggenburg and Sarganserland districts in Canton. The mountain range is the home to many interesting activities like hiking, mountain biking, paragliding etc. It is allocated at a distance of about 99.6 km from St Gallen so can easily make a trip to the place. Highly recommended by the tourists, Churfirsten is the pride of the locals.
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Nestled in the valley of Piora lies the beautiful natural lake of Ritom which also acts as a reservoir to Swiss Federal Railway as it is used to generate hydro-e;ectric to the Gotthard Line. The splendid lake has a calm and sombre mood to it. It envelopes the area in its relaxing atmosphere which makes a walk around the place memorable. It also allows hikes to other nearby lakes from there. Ritom is situated about 233.6 km from St Gallen. It is worth extending your trip and enjoying the amazing visual treats Lake Ritom has to offer its visitors.