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Getting There

Stein-am-Rhein lies midway along the railway link connecting Schaffhausen with Kreuzlingen, on the edge of Lake Constance. From Zurich, passengers take an express train to Schaffhausen, then change for a less frequent local train to Stein-am-Rhein; trip time from Zurich is just under 2 hours. There are also good train connections to Stuttgart, Germany. For rail schedules or more information, call tel. 0900/300-300 or visit www.sbb.ch.

The only bus connection to Stein-am-Rhein crosses the border into a German village named Singen, from which there are rail connections to Stuttgart, Germany. Call tel. 0900/300-300 for information.

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 north to Schaffhausen. This route becomes N4, connecting with Route 13, heading east toward Stein-am-Rhein.

Visitor Information

The Stein-am-Rhein Tourist Office, at Oberstadt 3 (tel. 052/742-20-90; www.stein-am-rhein.ch), maintains up-to-date bus and rail schedules. The tourist office is open year-round Monday to Friday 9:30am to noon and 1:30 to 5pm. From May to September, it's also open on Saturday and Sunday 9:30am to noon and 1:30 to 4pm.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.