What a lovely city and I'm impressed with how clean the streets are.Sam
Quel bel hommage pour la fête nationale! C'est magnifique!
Beautiful, Rosa.The shapes and colors of rooftops against the blue sky...gorgeous.
Switzerland is on our bucket list of places to visit in Europe. We would love to visit this place on our next visit to Europe.
So lovely!Rosa are you getting a ot of rain though recently?We see on the news..re France..Switzerland..Hope all is ok where you are~
Yes we have. This year, summer's rotten...
It's a beautiful city and peaceful. I want to visit. Gorgeous pics!
Splendid! I'm ready for a holiday... :D
Absolutely gorgeous! I just had a little "vacation"! Thanks Rosa!Have a great weekend :D
Lovely captured Rossa!!!btw, the vine leaves made me craving for dolmas.....
Typical, small European city. I love this. I see many vineyards, didn't knew that for Switzerland!kisses
Happy 1st August to you too Rosa. Enjoy your angle of paradise.
These ar4e absolutely stunning pictures Rosa I love these thanks dear!xo
So beautiful and picturesque, Rosa!
August 1 already? Boy has this year flown by! Lovely pictures -- I always enjoy seeing the world through your eyes.
wow wonderful place!have a great month :)
Looks like a nice place to visit. Happy August!
Très belle ville.Bon 1er août.verO;-)
Switzerland is so beautiful!
A pretty city that I have been through but haven't spent any time in.
So beautiful!! :) Love the colours!! I've always wanted to go to Switzerland because my friend's who've been told me that the chocolate was amazing haha....but the scenery looks breathtaking as well! Another reason for me to want to go!
Hi Rosa, what a lovely city, for being the oldest it sure looks well kept.
I would love to live there one day…so beautiful! Thank you for sharing your home base here!
Switzerland is a beautiful place to live in :)
one of my next visits will lead me to Chur. Liebe Grüsse
Good photos. The first with its 4 parts vineyard, town, mountains, sky is great.They probably produce "Churer Schiller" wine here, as I remember, a rosé, the name not derived from German poet and playwright Schiller, but from schillern, German for glitter, or similar.Have a good week, Erich
Wow Rosa, stunning photos, beautiful place!
Good morning Rosa. As always your pictures are breathtaking.I imagine how interesting to be in such old place, can you imagine the history, the lives of people who used to live there? I would love to visit it.
Beautiful photos and a wonderful website!
As beautiful as always!
Just gorgeous. You make me wish I were there right now.
magnifiques photos, avec ce beau ciel bleu !
Gorgeous shots, Rosa! Elements of the city remind me of Prague. Can't wait to see part 2.
Whooooaaaaaaaaaaa... Must be like a vacation seeing this view everyday. :) Looking forward to Part 2, and can hardly wait!
Beautiful!!! You're gifted!
I love Switzerland. It wasn't long before I became a regular at Sprungli!
Hi Rosa,The very first time I fell in love with Switzerland was when I saw it through your lenses...I got a chance to visit this summer and boy, I fell in love all over again. We went to Geneva, Montreux, Vevey, Lausanne, Ouchy, Interlaken, Luzern. Jungfrau, Mt Titlus, Zurich. Rhine Falls.....It was so mesmerising....The only part we could never fnd the time to come was Chur...and St Moritz...but I had to leave a few places so I cd come back again...Lucky you get to live here....:)Shobha