Rheinfelden means the fields of the Rhine, as the town is located on the Hochrhein. It is home to Feldschlösschen, Switzerland’s most popular beer. The city is across the river from Rheinfelden in Baden-Württemberg. The two cities were joined until Napoleon Bonaparte fixed the German–Swiss border on the Rhine in 1802.

In 1846, when the salt baths opened in Rheinfelden, the little town enjoyed international fame. Today, Rheinfelden is known as a centre for health and wellness with the Sole Uno health centre and Park-Hotel am Rhein.

It is a beautiful old city still with many of its original buildings and features. It has parks and playgrounds, some lovely cafes set on the Rhein for the daytime and restaurants for the evening, making it a great place for a day out or an overnight stay.

What to do

Parkresort, Rheinfelden

Enjoy a fantastic relaxing day at Sole Uno. Float weightlessly like in the Dead Sea, relax in Finnish and Russian saunas, use the entire pool area and saunas with one ticket. Massages must be reserved in advance.
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Hotel Eden Sole

Enjoy bathing in the 33 degree warm Saline solution indoor and outdoor pool.
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Aquabasilea

Aquabasilea in Pratteln near Basel is a unique water world spanning over 13,000 m². In addition to watery fun and action, aquabasilea provides you with everything for a perfect short break. Discover the extensive sauna area, relax with our spa treatments, work out in the gym or allow yourself to be spoilt with our various culinary offers. The various waterslides are a great attraction for all ages.
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Golf

The well-kept nine-hole golf course, designed by the well-known Scottish golf architect John Chilver-Stainer, offers you a special leisure experience in natural surroundings that are still near the town.
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Augusta Raurica

A mysterious well shaft. The largest late antique silver treasure. The best-preserved ancient theatre north of the Alps. Experience hands on the captivating history of the site.
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