Located at the foot of the Rosenberg hill, the stately six story Tigerhof building stands at the intersection of the University of St.Gallen and the mediaeval city center.

This historic building, dating back to the middle of the 19th century, has been modernized to accommodate a contemporary lifestyle and the need for smaller units while preserving its neoclassical integrity for historic preservation.

Some of the local sites in Minutes Walking distance from the Tigerhof:

Downtown / Old Town St.Gallen: 3 min
St.Gallen train station: 7 min
University of St.Gallen: 9 min
Abbey library: 9 min
Art museum: 10 min
Textile Museum: 5 min
Fitness course Hätterenwald: 10 min
Three ponds natural bath: 20 min
Fitness studio: 1 min
Yoga studio: 3 min

St. Gallen is a cultural city. The landmark of the medieval city is the baroque cathedral with its unique abbey library, in which 170,000 documents, some of which are handwritten and over a thousand years old, are kept. You can also admire one of the most beautiful Rococo halls in Switzerland. The entire abbey district was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983. The city developed into a major focus of culture and education in Europe in the Middle Ages. Later the St.Gallen embroidery gained international renown and brought prosperity to the city. St. Gallen is a university town with a focus on economics.

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