The cultural metropolis of St.Gallen enchants with a picturesque old town and a rich historical heritage. Knowledge thousands of years old in over 170,000 books can be found in the world-famous Abbey Library in the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage site.
Textile history can still be seen and felt in many corners of St.Gallen. The city’s rich textile heritage stands in contrast to its monastic splendor. From the Middle Ages until the 19th century, St.Gallen was the leading centre of embroidery and to this day half a percent of the world's textile production comes from the region.
St.Gallen is located in the centre of Europe, surrounded by majestic mountains and tranquilizing lakes. The city can be easily accessed by car or train.
Let yourself be inspired by the city’s traditional restaurants and hip bars. Regardless of whether you want to grab a beloved St.Galler Bratwurst with Bürli on the go or indulge in a gourmet restaurant; in St.Gallen you will find something for every taste.