its a little bit on the end of Stein but easy to find, just follow the way the river along and a little bit more.. the welcoming is friendly, its cheap and I just met friendly people there! its possible to get dinner but you have to book this in advance. very clean and helpful staff.
Stein am Rhein isn´t big and its not too much to see but just to chill out on the riverside and enjoy a sunset, its worthless..
there are many restaurants in town and they offer great menus from typical dishes so what kind of food like you? ;)
easy to reach with the train and you are quite fast back in Zurich.
pictures in my travel blog on facebook "my life with my backpack", I hope to see you there :)
have a good journey,
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A jewel on the banks of the Rhine. The route from the station to the youth hostel offers an initial view of the Rhine, flowing out of the Lake of Constance at Stein, as well as of the loveliest Old Town in Switzerland, the Mediterranean-style lake promenade, the extensive bathing resort on the river bank and, finally, the lush gardens of the youth hostel. 50 Years after the opening the Stein am Rhein Youth Hostel has been renovated. Thanks to the skilful integration of the necessary conversions, the youth hostel is not only being made more accessible for people with disabilities, it is also becoming more attractive for all guests. ... more less
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