can somebody tell me if the Swiss pass covers the boat trips i am thinking of doing the following can anyone advise which is the most scenic.
Travel from interlaken early morning to kreuzlingen via zurich working on this taking 3 1/2 hrs then take the boat cruise to Schaffhausen and visit the Rhine Falls depending on time take train back with possibility of stopping in Zurich.
Travel from interlaken to Schauffhausen aprox 2 3/4 hrs then walk to the Falls approx 1hr walk do the boat trip to middle island and take in schauffhausen on walk to boat departure.
Take boat to Stein an Rhein and depart from there back to interlaken.
Any advice much appreciated enjoy walking and train journey time is not a problem
Hallo. The Rheinfall site says that in order to visit the north bank (Neuhausen) it is free and that you only pay for parking your car or, of course, if you take an activity.
As for the south bank it says about 5 CHF/person entrance fee but no charge for parking.
Is the 5 CHF an entrance fee to the area of the bank or to the building of Schloss Laufen?
Actually we would like to have some good free of charge views of the falls and take the boat to the basin. We are not at all interested in the Schloss and if the charge of 5 CHF/per person is for the entrance to the south bank, we will drive straight to the north bank although arriving from Winterthur. Nevertheless as far as I can understand the views are better from the north bank. Any help? Thank you.
I'm sure I've read somewhere that a day ticket costing CHF5 is available for Schaffhausen buses. Does anyone have information on this and the area covered?
We have just relocated to Schaffhausen and I am struggling to find gluten free restaurants and cafés including ice creams. Everything seems to have a gluten spice called aromat. Can you help me? My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a photographer, so I am interested in finding day trips departing out of a Zurich base - in any direction. Have a SW rail pass, so should probably take advantage of that! :) Also considering one overnight trip into Austria. Have been to Innsbruck previously.
Castles are nice but probably looking more for wine or lakes, etc. Have done numerous castle ventures.
I have to travel from Zurich Airport directly to Rhinefall & back to Airport, Need to know quick way to travel, see the Waterfall & back.
What is the cost of rhinefall boats , train , bus.
Can we keep our travel bags in the Airport with the Authority.
I am travelling from freiburg, Germany to Rhine waterfall (schaffhausen train station). What are other transport do I need to take and accessible to the rhine waterfall. Also, it is difficult to get locker for luggage as I onward to interlaken on the same day.
I am planning to be in Schaffhausen for a day and continue to go to Titisee and come back. Can you suggest whether there is a bus route to Titisee ?
Is there a location near the station to store ones luggage for the day..?? Understand that some train stations have luggage cabinets but cannot find any information on this station. Thanks Dave
I'm aware that the distance from Schaffhausen to Stein Am Rhine is not too far (approx. 10 miles, I believe) and would like to know more information about taking a boat ride to that location (where to catch, cost, reservations, etc.). Any and all detailed information would be appreciated. Planning for visit this May.
has anyone stayed at the camp site in schaffhausen i fso what is it like???
I have been drawn to Schaffhausen for a long time. My Grandparent's name was Schaffhausen. So anyhow, we are taking my mom to Schaffhausen and I am looking for any tips that may help us trace our family ties in the Schaffhausen region.
We will visit Karlsruhe in easter.From there we plan to visit rheinfalls and come back to karlsruhe on the same day.Can any body suggest what else we can do after seeing the rihne falls? Is there any other place or town nearby worth visiting? We would enjoy the natural beauty more than museums ,historical places etc.
One more thing is, how can we reach rehinfalls ?is there any walikg trail along the the river side from any railstation?
Thanks a lot in advence
Good VT people, I am, afraid to say, writing one of those postings that I, myself, find rather difficult to answer: that is, the ones that rather vaguely ask about a location (Examples: "What should I see in Europe in 3 weeks?", or "Where should I go in Amsterdam in 3 days?"). But, I am being sent to Schaffhausen (Switzerland) on Feb 21 for a day of work, and plan to extend my visit for a few days. My business dealings, I assume, will be a bit out of the town itself (DSM, for those who are familiar with it), and not having time to research the area as much as I would like to, I would like to ask the proverbial 'vague' questions: Is there a hotel I should definitely book? What should I NOT miss (other than the waterfalls ;-).. etc., etc.,. I am taking a look at the existing pages, but would like to hear anything from anyone who has been to this town, which according to what I have seen, appears to be a lovely place to spend a few days. Best Regards, Robin Linda