One of the most popular rivers in Switzerland, Rhine breaks into a falls near the town of Neuhausen. The fall is over 20 meters high and 150 meters wide, making it massive with breathtaking scenery and a huge attraction for tourists. Best visited in the months of May and June, there are also boats that take you closer to the falls and especially the stone at the center. It takes around half an hour to visit the stone and boats are available in the months of April through October. As much as the water is roaring with vibes, it is equally pleasant to watch the water in all its might flowing through the amazing landscape of Zurich.
Rheinfallquai, 8212 Neuhausen am Rheinfall, Switzerland
Being Europe’s largest waterfall and its stunning views. Boat rides, shopping, restaurants and more immersive experiences are highlights on the Rhine falls.
How to Reach
The easiest way to reach the Rhine falls is by trains. You can take a train to either Schloss Laufen am Rheinfall or Neuhausen Rheinfall, where it is easily reachable on foot from there. From Zurich, it takes around one hour to reach the falls and it can be done via cabs or buses. A Swiss pass will make your ride for free.
Entry is free
If you are taking a car, parking can become a serious concern here. So it is best to take a public transport and enjoy the views hassle free.