This cross-border route takes you through the diverse Reiat, past the gem of a town, Stein am Rhein, and back to the Munot town, Schaffhausen. The focus of this route is one of Europe's most scenic countrysides along the Rhine.
Apart from cultural historical highlights such as Kesslerloch in Thayngen, the Reiat also offers impressive views of the volcanic landscape in Hegau. Famous for the magnitude of art and culture and situated in a fascinating natural region, is Stein am Rhein. Schaffhausen gently nestled between the Rhine River and Randen offers a variety of old and new.
The Rhine naturally joins the medieval old towns, Schaffhausen and Stein am Rhein. In former times an important transport route, the Rhine now offers an invaluable home to plants and animals. The countryside along the river and its biodiversity are of the most beautiful in Europe. In harmony with nature, fine restaurants have established themselves along the banks of the Rhine.
Let yourself be pampered by the exquisite delicacies of each fine restaurant in Schaffhauserland, to the accompaniment of the best wines from Schaffhausen Blauburgunderland.
From Schaffhausen follow the local route via Thayngen, Bietingen (D), Randegg (D), Buch, Ramsen and Hemishofen to Stein am Rhein. Then go on the route Nr. 2 back to Schaffhausen.
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