Skatepark Winterthur. When you put that in Google when you're in the city in not only lists the Skills Park. There's an outdoor park also that will please street riders. The quarters are steep and low and reminded me of the first miniramp we had in our town which was 5 feet high and vertical. The concrete spot had loads to offer for street riders, from flatrails, banks, rollers, quarters, kinked rails, gaps to hips. On the Sunday that we visited the place was packed with scooters, skateboarders and some kids on rollerskates making it hard to get a line in.
The location also serves for a legal graffiti spot and even had some rail wagons at hand to practice graffiti on those. One of them was all set-up as a chill place with electricity/music/lights where visitors could chill. The pump track behind the concrete bank wasn't very good. It was next to impossible to do a lap just pumping the 15 cm high bumps. Good for beginners maybe, but you'll grow out of it quickly. The place is open 24/7 basically and it's free to enter. The park being made of concrete and asphalt is tough to destroy. Most likely it will look different next time we visit as graffiti is timeless. Anyway, one more
spot checked on the Sunny afternoon in Winterthur, Switzerland.