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St. Gallen

October 19, 2021

St. Gallen is a city in the northeast of Switzerland. It lies on the river Rhine, and it has been known to be very beautiful with its historical buildings, mountains, and rivers.

This city resides on a Swiss plateau at around 500 meters above sea level. The majority of the population is German-speaking, so you can pretty much say that everyone speaks German in this beautiful location.

A famous site there is the Abbey of Saint Gall, where there have been over 1000 years of history involving monks working producing books and works involving music. In the past, it has been a wealthy monastery where many people have gone to pray, but now it is just a major tourist attraction for those interested in history.

St. Gallen is a place where there are many beautiful, historic buildings and Swiss rivers. The climate there is very mild and rainy throughout all seasons, ensuring that you can enjoy your time there all year round.

This town also has a vast range of sports for you to try out in the area, including mountaineering, downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, ice skating, and many more.

St. Gallen has a joint association with Aargau for cooperative purchasing, which has saved people buying local goods in that region around CHF 100 million. The University of St. Gallen (HSG) is known throughout Europe for its top-notch business school, ranked the best in all of Germany by Wirtschaftswoche magazine and other sources alike.

St. Gallen is not far from Zurich, which is not too far from the airport in Geneva, making it perfect for a Swiss getaway!


  1. Hal Garber

    Sounds great.

  2. Donna

    Rainy climate throughout all seasons doesn’t sound appealing to me, especially for the outdoor sports mentioned.

  3. Shirley Wohler

    Thank you for your understanding of the situation I am doing now


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