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The leisurely tour leaves the spa town of Bad Ragaz and climbs past the Freudenberg castle ruins with a view of the Rhine and Seez valleys up to the Vilterserberg. After a short descent over hiking trails and tarred roads, it crosses Mels on the slope side and following the Seez and climbs the short ascent to Sargans Castle. The castle embodies two hundred years of county and more than three centuries of varied Vögt reign. The Count's Castle houses one of the most important local history museums in Europe and is a witness to the local history of Sarganserland. In addition, the castle offers wonderful views of the surrounding villages and the mountains. After a short descent to the entrance of the Gonzen iron ore mine, where the Romans already mined iron ore, the tour crosses the Sarganser Au. Along the Rhine dam it goes to the Giessenpark Bad Ragaz and back to the starting point at the Tamina Therme Bad Ragaz.
Bad Ragaz can be reached by public transport in just over an hour from St. Gallen and Zurich. The train station is a 15-minute walk from the Tamina Therme. The Postbus stops directly in front of the Tamina Therme.
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The Tamina Therme Bad Ragaz are only an hour's drive from St. Gallen and Zurich and 30 minutes from Feldkirch. Use the motorway exit Maienfeld and follow the signs or Google Maps: Tamina Therme on Google Maps .
Public parking available in the multi-storey car park of the Tamina Therme (for a fee).
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