Switzerland's most beautiful baroque town
Discover and experience what it’s all about
A small town with an urban feel
‘If you’ve got it, flaunt it,’ as the saying goes – and Solothurn has so much to flaunt. Its lively historic centre, intriguing history, outstanding museums and independent shops are just waiting to be explored.
Information about the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
From 19 April 2021, the following protective measures will apply:
- Shops, leisure and cultural facilities, as well as sport facilities are open.
- The majority of hotels is open.
- The terraces of restaurants and bars are open, but the interiors remain closed.
- Restaurants in hotels are allowed to remain open for hotel guests. Takeaways and delivery services are allowed.
- Private meetings (outside) and meetings in public spaces have a 15 person limit. Private meetings (indoors) are allowed up to 10 people.
- Guided tours by Solothurn Tourism (public or for groups) are allowed with a maximum of 15 persons. Please note thats masks are mandatory.
- General events are allowed up to 15 people. Events with an indoor audience are allowed up to a max. of 50 persons or 1/3 of the capacity / with an outdoor audience up to a max. of 100 persons or 1/3 of the capacity.
- A mask requirement applies to people aged 12 and over in shops, museums, and in busy pedestrian areas, as well as all indoor spaces open to the public, all public transport, bus stops, and train stations and airports.