Transmitter sites – Guided tours and meeting room
No guided tours currently available
Our top priority is the safety of our visitors and employees. The protection and hygiene measures recommended by the Federal Council cannot be implemented adequately during guided tours. They will not therefore take place for the time being.
Thank you for your understanding.
Visit the heart of the transmission tower
What does it take to get music into the radio? Pay a visit to one of our transmission towers at Bantiger, Mont-Pèlerin, Uetliberg or St. Chrischona. You can book a one-hour guided tour at any of these four transmission towers, giving you first-hand insights into how radio signals are processed and transmitted. Discover the role played by the directional antenna in building a secure independent network. And enjoy the stunning view from the very top.
The sites at Bantiger and St. Chrischona are wheelchair accessible. Please see «Guided tours and meeting room» below for further details.
Your meeting among the clouds
Some transmitter locations provide rooms for meetings and events. Equipped with projectors and flip charts, we offer you a room with a view 150 metres above ground that will enthral your guests.
All transmitter sites at a glance
The interactive location map shows you the site, coordinates, height above sea level and the tower height of our 450 transmitters.
From castles to watchtowers, from signals to transmission towers. Delve into Swiss history on this impressive mountain. During the World Cup in Switzerland in 1954 matches were transmitted live for the first time in Europe. Back then, the signal was sent by radio relay via the Bantiger and Jungfraujoch. The Bantiger also offers a stunning view of the Mittelland.
Live images from radio masts
Many of our masts are in areas around Switzerland that aren’t particularly easy to access but enjoy spectacular views. We’ve fitted some of our transmitter masts with webcams so that you can enjoy the magnificent views from your own home.
Treat yourself to some time out and gaze at distant horizons – it’s easy with our webcams: