Ramada Hotel Solothurn

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Schanzlistrasse 5, Solothurn, Solothurn, 4500, Switzerland
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  • Couples78
  • Solo100
  • Business84

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Travel Tips for Solothurn

"Eleven"

by german_eagle

Solothurn seems to be addicted to the number "eleven".

1481 it joined the Swiss Confederation as 11th canton.

The town has 11 churches/chapels, 11 historical fountains and 11 towers.

The cathedral has 11 altars and 11 bells. The big staircase in front of the cathedral has three parts of each 11 stairs.

Isn't it crazy?

Wiedlisbach

by german_eagle

This (very) small town is actually in the canton Bern but really close to Solothurn - just 10 km/6 mi away. It is located at the foot of the Jura mountains at a strategic position on early trading routes. Wiedlisbach was founded by the counts of Froburg in the 13th century, prospering well in the following centuries but didn't participate in the boom of the 19th century. Thus it preserved its picturesque old town.

The citizens of Wiedlisbach started renovations in the 1950s when other towns tore down their old buildings - in 1974 and 1975 they won several prizes for protecting their cultural/architectural heritage. The town doesn't have outstanding buildings; it is the overall impression and the atmosphere of the medieval small town with main street and back street that charms the visitor. Have a look into the St. Catherine chapel and stroll along the cobbled alleys.

Solothurn - a jewel amongst Swiss towns

by german_eagle

Solothurn is the capital of the canton with the same name - but still a town, not a bustling city.

Beside Trier it was one of the earliest Roman settlements north of the Alps.

It harmoniously combines Italian grandeur with French charm and Swiss German stability. Medieval gates and towers, imposing fortifications, beautiful historic fountains and churches are to find within the small town.

Solothurn's special assets include the Jura mountains (Weissenstein) as well as the nearby recreation area on the Aare river and the Jura lakes.

This was my second visit of Solothurn (I stopped for extensive lunch picnic by the river) and I plan to go back again. Better said, I would love to immediately hop on a train and go back!!

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Address: Schanzlistrasse 5, Solothurn, Solothurn, 4500, Switzerland