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Alte Rheinbrucke

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Alte Rheinbrucke

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If you want to visit "Heidiland" but don’t know the best way to get there, this day trip from Zurich is the ticket. You’ll visit the village of Maienfeld, where the beloved Heidi books were set, and spend time in Zurich and Vaduz, the capital of Liechtenstein, too. It’s the perfect way to learn the region’s history and culture while following in the footsteps of Heidi in the Swiss mountains.
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600Hazel wrote a review Dec 2019
Johannesburg, South Africa433 contributions52 helpful votes
Was a longer walk to this bridge from centre of Vaduz that I originally thought, but it was worth it. It is a beautiful old wooden bridge across the Rhein. No cars allowed. One side of bridge is Liechtenstein and the other side is Switzerland. The bridge is well maintained and clean. Nice to walk inside and cross into a different country. When on the Swiss side looking at Liechtenstein you get to the see the castle up on the mountain. A very picturesque view.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Mc Bello wrote a review Dec 2019
Hannover, Germany169 contributions45 helpful votes
On the of last real wooden bridges of the Rhein. Good to see what manpower is getting to. It doesn’t matter what weather it is, you can visit this bridge.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Brittany_11_10 wrote a review Dec 2019
Los Angeles, California1,294 contributions620 helpful votes
So far, you'll actually end up in another country once you cross it! (But in reality, it's not very long at all, and you can walk from one side to the other in just a few minutes). The old bridge accommodates pedestrians and cyclists, but no cars, so you can take your time inside and get some cool shots using filters on your phone and/or camera. I actually quite enjoyed trying to get some interesting shots from inside, and outside was just beautiful--even on an overcast day in late November! You can park for free for an hour in a lot about 1/2 km away or so and then just walk there using the lovely footpath bordering the river (at least this is true on the Liechtenstein side. I have no idea how to access it from the Switzerland side).
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Robin R wrote a review Nov 2019
Brussels, Belgium538 contributions319 helpful votes
Even if the bridge is a reconstruction of the one that burnt down, it is still worth a visit. Its style and structure is interesting and it is picturesque, especially viewed from the Swiss side of the river. Just inside the entrance on the Liechtenstein side of the bridge there is a series of boards with the hsitory of the bridge and old photos.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Luke-n-LauraB wrote a review Oct 2019
St. Helier, United Kingdom381 contributions109 helpful votes
Being in Vaduz we felt we had to visit this border crossing over the rhine and it was pretty cool really, to think how its survived the test of time. Very authentic and a cool photo opportunity!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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