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Northeastern Switzerland

Northeastern Switzerland is a region in Switzerland. Northeastern Switzerland is a predominantly German-speaking part of the country.
Baden is a town in the Northeastern region of Switzerland. It has a lively shopping centre, and a beautiful old town with traditional Swiss buildings, and small castle, all on the banks of the river Limmat which flows from Lake Zurich.
Saint Gallen is the main city of eastern Switzerland. For travellers, it's main draw is the centuries old Abbey of Saint Gall, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with a world famous historic library.
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Rapperswil is a city that borders Northeastern Switzerland & Central Switzerland and lays direct at the end of Lake Zurich and Obersee.
Schaffhausen is a city in north-eastern Switzerland on the river Rhine, next to the German border.
Stein am Rhein is a town in the canton of Schaffhausen in Switzerland. It is situated on the river Rhine, at the westend of Lake Constance.
Neuenhof is a city in Aargau. Train: see SBB site - regular connections by train S12 from Baden and Zurich, or by bus from Baden.
Aarau is the German-speaking capital city of the northern Swiss canton of Aargau.
Sargans is a municipality in the canton of Saint Gallen in Northeastern Switzerland. Sargans is an important regional hub.
Appenzell is in Switzerland. Catch a train from Gossau or Saint Gallen. The trainstation for the Appenzellerbahn is separate from the normal trains as the trackwidth is different.
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For the adjacent town on the right side of the Rhine in Germany see Rheinfelden in Baden-Württemberg.
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