A tour of the Swiss canton of Aargau isn’t complete without a stop in Neuenhof and Baden. From the old Cistercian monastery, Wettingen Abbey, the journey leads across the old wooden bridge to Neuenhof. While the old town retains its idyllic Swissness, it is clear how its proximity to Zurich has transformed it into a business centre. More than 350 companies are based here. The Limmat river is integral to the town’s image, with a lovely lake situated behind the dam upstream. Lush riverside trails with patches of reeds, gravel and wooded areas are the perfect place to take in some nature. Why not take a walk or go for a jog? Heitersberg Pass, or ‘the Dabiah Passage’, is a favourite recreation destination. The town of Baden is also just a stone’s throw away from Neu-enhof. The medieval centre boasts picturesque streets, charming boutiques and cosy restaurants serving up world-class food and wine. For a spectacular view of the old town and surrounding vineyards, the short climb to the top of the Schlossberg is well worth the effort. For over 2000 years, people seeking unadulterated rest and relaxa-tion have flocked to Baden for its hot springs – the most mineral-rich in Switzerland. The culture trail, which is dotted with sculptures by artistic greats such as Roman Sign-er and Gillian White, links Neuenhof with Baden. Eager to discover another side of Switzerland? Book your stay at our new AccorHotel in Baden/Neuenhof today.

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2.16 k.m from the city centre

The ibis Baden Neuenhof hotel is ideally located for arriving by car or by train. Baden train station is 10 minutes away by bus and there is a bus sto...

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