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Press release – one Oskar for Eastern Switzerland

Amriswil, 19 March 2018 – Holiday-makers can discover the whole of Eastern Switzerland with the “Oskar” guest card, valid in six cantons plus the principality of Liechtenstein. From Elm to Schaffhausen, from Toggenburg to Lake Constance, tourists can enjoy sensational opportunities for just ten francs a day (children half price). Attractions on offer include the Säntis cable car, ferry trips up the Rhine and Lake Constance, museums, swimming pools, city tours... plus all local transport by bus or rail. The card can be obtained with a minimum of two nights’ stay from nineteen participating hotels this summer. You can find an up-to-date overview of participating hosts and all attractions on the website,

Press release – Oskar – from museums to the peak

Amriswil, 23 June 2017 – Six cantons comprise Eastern Switzerland, and the Oskar guest card is at home in all of them. Oskar is available for just 10 francs a day when you stay in one of the partner hotels. It is a valid ticket for all public transport, allows you to take mountain railways and boat trips for free, and also offers free entrance to tourist attractions and museums, not to mention city tours and even the climb up a church tower. There are currently 34 tourist attractions available at no cost to Oskar card holders. All partner hotels and tourist attractions are listed on the website

Press release – Stephan Willi promotes Oskar

Amriswil, 12 February 2017 - Oskar, the guest card of Eastern Switzerland, has a new representative. For the next six months, Stephan Willi will be travelling through Eastern Switzerland as Oskar’s sales manager. The 39-year old will be focusing on acquiring new Oskar partners. The aim is to significantly expand the circle of participating partners, creating an even more attractive and comprehensive offer for our holiday guests in Eastern Switzerland.