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Private Guided Tour to Schaffhausen and Rhine Waterfalls from Zurich
"Your tour itinerary is completely flexible and can be arranged with your private guide in advance. Below is a sample itinerary to give you a few ideas!Example tour itinerary:Begin your tour by meeting your guide at your hotel and make you the old town of Schaffhausen is located. Enjoy a short walk around through the car-free streets and the historical buildings while getting information from your tourguide. Schaffhausen was the only city destroyed in world war I in 1944. After a short tra we'll arrive at the castle ""Laufen"". The castle is located directly at the Rhine waterfalls and it marks the border between the canton Zurich and Schaffhausen. We'll visit the exhibition in the castle to get a overview about the historical meaning of t we'll continue on the walking path around the castle heading down to the waterfalls. Differend viewing platforms closed to the water ensures great views and spectacular pictures. Once we get down we board one of the touristic boats and we'll cross the river. The next boat takes us in a spectacular ride directly in front of the Rhine waterfall Europe's largest plain waterfall. After the boat trip
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Rhine Falls Half-Day Trip from Basel with Hotel Pick and Drop Off
"The Rhein Falls of northern Switzerland on a 5-hour tour from Basel by coach. In addition to free time to explore Europe's largest waterfall at your leisure make photos take a Boat trip (included only from Jun to August). We will pick up you from your Hotel in Basel and in the end of the Tour we drop off you back or any points in Basel.The Rhine Falls were formed in the last ice age approximately 14000 to 17000 years ago
From CHF136.00
 
Private Tour: Rhine Falls Tour from Zurich
"Begin your private tour with morning or afternoon pickup from your centrally located Zurich hotel. Ride in a comfortable minivan through the Northern Switzerland countryside near the German border passing through a famous wine-making region and seeing quaint traditional farm houses in the village of Marthalen. Continue to Schaffhausen and delight in the town’s intricately painted houses with bay windows. View Laufen Castle which dates back as far as 858 A.D.Arrive at Rhine Falls Europe’s biggest waterfall and spend one full hour marveling at this natural wonder. Take the Belvedere panoramic trail right to the top of the falls or take a thrilling optional boat ride to a large rock in the middle of these dramatic falls for a closer look. Being able to get so close to these 75-foot (23-meter) falls allows you to really feel their power and force. Throughout your tour your knowledgeable guide will tell you about the sights you pass. A private tour is a much more laid-back personal experience than a big bus tour
From CHF113.00

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Walk, sit and enjoy the surroundings

This is my sole tip because we did not stay very long. My advice is first of all, if you plan to do a car trip through the Black Forrest as we did....do not miss Lake Titisee. And make more time for...
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Winter Activities

Located high in the Black Forest Titisee is a haven for winter sports fans. Cross-country skiing, alpine skiing, tobogganing, skaing, and Ski-Jumping are all locally available. The Hochfirstschanze in...
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Boat trip

There are two ways to get yourself out on the lake, on a large organised trip or hire a small motorboat. Both options looked enticing but nothing would tempt Mrs Bonio to leave dryland that day, ho -...
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Information

Visiting the information office is worth it, they will provide you with lots of information not only about the village but also about the whole black forest region. I found them extremely helpful
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There are a several fun things to do at the Lake

1: Hiking. There is a trail that circles the lake. It's very popular and probably take an hour or two.2. Camping. The camp sites were packed with caravans and tents. 3. Rent a boat. There are...
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Walk around the lake

The main attraction. It's not huge, a walk round took slightly over one hour and we were not hurrying. Parts are very pretty and some is walking by the roadside, not always close to the water either,...
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Walk along the Seestrasse

The seestrasse is a pedestrianised area between the souvineer shops and the lake. The street is considered the loveliest in the southern Black Forest, and it is very pleasant, despite the hoards of...
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Beautiful Lake

The lake Titisee is beautiful. Being the highest lake in the Black Forest it was still frozen over when we visited in mid-February, but nevertheless offered spectacular views. At certain times during...
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Going on boat ride

Well, this one was not meant for me as it was pouring with rain, but next time I will definately catch the boat ride.
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Enjoying the local cakes

I am sorry, I had to put this here and hide it under the restaurants, because the cake here is well worth a mention and a definate must try
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exploring

This is one of the best things to do where ever you are. Walk around the village/town/city and wander into the little side streets, where sometimes the best gem is hidden.
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Bruderhalde 21, Hinterzarten, Titisee-Neustadt, Baden-Wurttemberg, 79815, Germany
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STRANDBADSTRASSE 14, Titisee, GE 79822
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