Switzerland - Northeastern Switzerland (Chapter)
This is the Northeastern Switzerland chapter from Lonely Planet’s Switzerland guidebook.
Northeastern Switzerland is the place to tiptoe off the map and back to nature. From the thunderous Rheinfall to the still waters of Lake Constance, nature is on a grand scale here. Completing the storybook tableau are castle-topped towns.
- slip back to the Middle Ages exploring the half-timbered heart of Stein am Rhein
- hike through the magnificent karst mountains above Appenzell on the Zwinglipass
- enjoy a fascinating romp through literary history at St Gallen’s Stiftsbibliothek, a rococo masterpiece
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Schaffhausen, Rheinfall, Klettgau, Stein Am Rhein, Lake Constance, Kreuzlingen, Romanshorn & Arbon, Rorschach, St Gallen, Appenzell & around, Säntis, Walensee, Glarus and Braunwald.
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