Rhine Falls Switzerland (Rhein Falls)

Boat trip to the Rhine Falls.
  • A great day out
  • Value for money (boat trip)
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A great day out and perfect for cooling off on a hot day!

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The Rhine Falls (Rhein Falls) are the largest water falls in Europe, dropping about 23 metres and stretching 150 metres across. There are various boat trips available and you can also access viewing platforms. However, the steps to the viewing platforms are very steep and narrow.

If you park on the north banks of the Rhine Falls, there is a parking charge to pay, but there is no admission to see the falls and walk along the river bank. However, if you park at the south side, parking is free. You’ve guessed it though, you have to pay to view the falls! In order to really enjoy the experience it is worth taking one of the boat trips. There are various durations and prices available. Typical of Switzerland, the boarding process is very well organised!

Visuals speak louder than words though….

 

The Rhine Falls (Rhein Falls)

The Rhine Falls (Rhein Falls)

The Rhine Falls (Rhein Falls)

The Rhine Falls (Rhein Falls)

The Rhine Falls (Rhein Falls)

Overnight parking at the Rhine Falls

Motorhomes can overnight in parking area number 4 – click here  for our article giving details of the parking areas, free and chargeable

 

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