Hotel Hirschen

Bahnhofstrasse 16, Maienfeld, 7304, Switzerland
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Travel Tips for Maienfeld

Vista point Regitzerspitz

by loisl

If you want to see the Rhinevalley from 600 meter above, then hike up to the Regitzerspitz.
Hike up there on a good path and enjoy the view from the top.
Behind the fence the cliff drops several hundert meters down towards the river and the wineyards.

The peak on the picture looks wild, but the path on the back side is not real steep, it is really a hiking tour, not a climb.
Don't worry, the path is safe!!!

Check also the map in the next tip.

The path is well marked with yellow signs Light hiking boots
Water and a snack
Local hiking map

Inline skating on the Rhine dam

by loisl

Starting at the Rhine bridge in FlÀsch, going north, a 60km long paradies for Rollerbladers starts, a paved road with no cars allowed!

Use caution, you share the road with Bicycles and Joggers, offcourse the tip applies for them too. Inline Skates, Rollerblades or what ever you wanna call them...and please use protectors and a helmet

Luzisteig Swiss Army Museum

by loisl

The museum shows the history of the Fortress Luzisteig and the so called "Train", the horse transport companies.

The museum is only small, but you can also walk the Fortress nearby, see my tip "Swiss Army Training Camp Luzisteig"

Important: Check the opening hours on the website (only in German), at the moment it's only open on Saturdays during Summer (2005)

The museum is easy to find on the road from Maienfeld to Balzers, there are brown signpostings "Militarmuseum"


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"Welcome to the home of Heidi"

Heidi is the most successful and best-known "literary" child of that famous Swiss author, Johanna Spyri. In the eleven decades since Heidi first appeared, her presence has continued to shine as a significant life force. Heidi has been translated into about 50 languages and printed in an equivalent number of millions of copies. Heidi has appeared in print, in film, and on television all over the world. She has maintained her character despite the changing tides of literary trends, the pointed pens and pencils of her critics, and even the generosity of her closest admirers.

The official homepage of the Heidi Village:
Heidi Village

The regional tourism homepage:
Bundner Herrschaft

The homepage of the greater "Heidiland"

VT member Webina has a lot of beautiful pics of the mountains around us on her page, please visit her at:

"Heidi in Japan"

2001 a remake of the famous 1977 version of the Heidi-Comic was made in Japan.
Since then Heidi-fans from Japan are coming to Maienfeld, it's almost like a pilgrimage.

"Shirley Temple as Heidi"

1920 the first Heidi film was produced in the USA.
1937 Shirly Temple was starring Heidi in the first soundtrack movie.


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