The sights of the city of Solothurn are known far and wide ? certainly one thinks less of the Aare. In the past, shipping on the Aare supported trade and contributed to the wealth of the city.
The sights of the city of Solothurn are known far and wide, but the Aare is certainly not the first thing that comes to mind. In the past, shipping on the Aare supported trade and contributed to the wealth of the city. Today, all of Soleure meets on the Aare. During the summer months, the banks of the Aare on the city's territory exude a relaxed holiday atmosphere: stroll along, enjoy the sun while sitting on the Aarsteg and stop off at one of the numerous small bars and pubs... Solothurn is alive? This is where you meet friends and get to know people.
For those who prefer sport, the beautifully situated town swimming pool is the place to be: here the Aare invites you to swim and large trees provide shade. The nature trails along the banks of the Aare on both sides are a paradise for joggers, hikers and cyclists, walkers and children. Places with benches and fireplaces for barbecues as well as bridges at short distances for changing banks invite you to enjoy the stay on the river bank round and round.
A few metres outside the town: at the new boat harbour and the idyllically situated camping site, you can sit comfortably on the sunny terrace of the restaurant and watch the boats come and go or simply listen to the waves ? enjoy the view and the peace and quiet.
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Region Solothurn Tourismus
- Attractive natural place