Audio tour of St.Gallen

St.Gallen, Switzerland

Experience St.Gallen on your own with our audio guide. Explore the city with the magnificent centre of the Abbey Complex , its 111 bay windows and the urban living room “City Lounge of St.Gallen”. The tour starts at the Tourist Information office in the abbey precinct Bankgasse 9, St.Gallen.

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Current weather St.Gallen

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amount of rainfall
0 l/m²
hours of sunshine
8h 12min
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Opening hours

Opening times Tourist information office:
Mon–Fri 9 am–6 pm
Sat–Sun 10 am–3 pm

Recommended time
120 Minutes
Price
Additional information

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Experience St.Gallen barrier-free
Visitors with reduced mobility can participate in the guided tour with restrictions. Please note that the city tour partly leads over cobblestones.

Contact address

Tourist Information St.Gallen
Bankgasse 9
9000 St.Gallen
Switzerland

Tel.: +41 71 2273737
www.st.gallen-bodensee.ch
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