Our region

There is a lot to discover besides the MEGA event!

If you are already in the region, why not stay a little longer. Many attractions worth seeing and visiting are within an hour from Frauenfeld. Check out some of the suggestions we've put together for you:

Lake Constance

Lake Constance is Europe's third largest lake, provides drinking water for millions and is habitat for abundant wild life.


  • cruises with the Swiss (Schweizerischen Bodensee Schiffahrt) or German (BSB) boat companies.
  • rent a motor or sailing yacht (no license required)
  • scuba diving (there are a number of diving caches, too)
  • swimming at countless public spots
  • wind surfing and kite surfing
  • birdwatching, e.g. in a nature reserve of European significance at Wollmatinger Ried
  • much more

Säntis in the Appenzell region

If you want high up, this is for you. The peak of the Säntis can easily be reached using the cable carand offers an unequalled view over Lake Constance, Vorarlberg (Austria), the Black Forest (Germany) and the Alps.


Dolphinarium and leisure park Connyland

Fun and games for the whole family at Connyland ressort with its unique dolphinarium.


Monastery Library in St. Gallen

The library at the monastery in St. Gallen is Switzerland's oldest library and one of the largest and oldest monastery libraries in the world. It contains 2100 manuscripts, 1650 incunabula (prints before 1500) and early prints (printed between 1501 and 1520) as well as about 160.000 books. In 1983 the library together with the monastery district was listed as UNESCO world heritage. The collection is open to the public.

Stiftsbibliothek St.Gallen

An item deserving special mention is the St. Gallen Globe from the 16th century. The representation of the world painted on its surface is based on a world map published by the famous cartographer Gerhard Mercator in 1569.

Stilt houses at Lake Constance

The Lake Dwelling Museum Unteruhldingen is an open air museum on the shores of Lake Constance which was opened in 1922. It displays archaeological finds and replicas of stilt house villages from the stone and bronze ages. It is one of Europe's biggest open air museums. In June 2011 the remains of many historic stilt house dwellings in the alpine region - among others the dwellings Unteruhldingen-Stollenwiesen, situated about 500m south of the museum - were listed as UNESCO world heritage sites.