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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

More Transportation in Stein am Rhein

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Bus from Singen

If you're coming from Germany, probably the best way to get to Stein am Rhein is by bus. DB Bus 7349 departs roughly hourly from Singen, making multiple stops on its route to the Stein am Rhein train...
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Stein am Rhein Train Station

Stein am Rhein has a small train station on the south side of town. Local ("S-Bahn") trains depart for various destinations regularly, including Schaffhausen, Winterthur, Rorschach, and St. Gallen. In...
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Train

I can only speak about Stuttgart > Stein am Rhein here, but if you're in Baden Wuerttemburg, you could take a day down to this beautiful part of Switzerland. If you want to take the train from...
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How to go there?

There's three main ways to go to Stein am Rhein : By the road : By car the trip from Zurich takes less than an hour. Head north on N1 until a point near Winterthur, where you connect with E41 going...
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Travel by train to Stein am Rhein

The full price return ticket between Stein am Rhein and Zürich costs 44 CHF. Where as the full price one way ticket is 22 CHF. The journey takes about 1 hour.A few full price return journey train...
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Car

We drove straight down from Stuttgart to Ramsen (CH) first then Stein am Rhein was only a short drive away.It is about 2-2.5 hours from Stuttgart.
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Cruising the Rhine

There are many possibilities to make different cruises along the Rhine river, and they are all beautiful.
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Top Hotels in Stein am Rhein

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Oehningerstrasse 2, Stein am Rhein, Schaffhausen, 8462, Switzerland
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Rhygasse 8, Stein am Rhein, 8260, Switzerland
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Rathausplatz 15, Stein am Rhein, 8260, Switzerland
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14 Rathausplatz, Stein am Rhein, 8260, Switzerland
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Schifflandi 5, Stein am Rhein, 8260, Switzerland
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Hemishoferstrasse 87, Stein am Rhein, 8260, Switzerland
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Things to Do Near Stein am Rhein

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Old Town - Altstadt

Zürich has a large Old Town which is largely on the right (north) side of the Limmat. If you happen to be staying near the station, it is a nice walk through the Old Town to get to the Opera...
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Swiss National Museum

Photos: 1. Entrance to the museum 2. The archeological department on the ground floor 3. The museum as seen from across the river This is a large museum with numerous departments, all dealing in...
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Niederdorf

Exploring this area is a must. Niederdorf is a lively place in the old town that stretches from Central Square to the Great Church Square. A wonderful place for shopping during the day, and a popular...
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Hauptbahnhof - Main Station

Zürich Central Station is the largest railway station in Switzerland and a major traffic hub for international and local trains and city travel (tram). The first central station building was built in...
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Kunsthaus - Art Gallery

The Kunsthaus Zürich has a major collection of international and Swiss art, among them many Switzerland artists from the 18th-19th century such as Füssli, Hodler and Böcklin. Apart from the regular...
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Bahnhofstrasse

Wallace Fountains is nice decoration of famous street. I already read about this statue in another places but even if people dont know about it there is nice description on statue itself. It is...
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"A TRUE TREASURE!"
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"Gateway to Switzerland"
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"örlikins geht nach Stein am Rhein"
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"S t e i n Am R h e i n"
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"Stein am Rhein and it's frescoes"
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