47 Thurgauer Panorama-Route
47 Thurgauer Panorama-Route
47 Thurgauer Panorama-Route
47 Thurgauer Panorama-Route

Cycling in Switzerland

Thurgauer Panorama-Route

Thurgauer Panorama-Route

Romanshorn–Wil SG

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Thurgauer Panorama-Route

Thurgauer Panorama-Route

From Romanshorn the route climbs to the imposing moated castle of Hagenwil, and on over green hills. Then down and over the Thur, a tamed river. Soon visible, the old medieval town of Wil, centre of the Fürstenland region.
After the 1841 construction of the new port in Romanshorn and the arrival of the railway, the village became a traffic junction. You join cyclists on Route 5 to head up to Schloss Hagenwil, an imposing moated castle with a drawbridge.

On over green hills, passing rows of plastic greenhouses, tiny hamlets with romantic timber-framed houses and over a knoll with a stunning view of the lake and the Säntis. Down in Kradolf you cross the Thur where the once untamed river flows into the plain and is diverted into an artificial bed.

After the quaint hamlet of Buhwil begins a stamina-testing 200-metre uphill section, the eyes can rest on the distant ruins of Anwil. The mystery of the large, peaty meadows at Wuppeau: in 1470, Abbott Ulrich Rösch had a fish pond built, the dam burst in 1800. Wil soon comes into view, centre of the Fürstenland region with a medieval old town enthroned on a hill.
From Romanshorn the route climbs to the imposing moated castle of Hagenwil, and on over green hills. Then down and over the Thur, a tamed river. Soon visible, the old medieval town of Wil, centre of the Fürstenland region.
After the 1841 construction of the new port in Romanshorn and the arrival of the railway, the village became a traffic junction. You join cyclists on Route 5 to head up to Schloss Hagenwil, an imposing moated castle with a drawbridge.

On over green hills, passing rows of plastic greenhouses, tiny hamlets with romantic timber-framed houses and over a knoll with a stunning view of the lake and the Säntis. Down in Kradolf you cross the Thur where the once untamed river flows into the plain and is diverted into an artificial bed.

After the quaint hamlet of Buhwil begins a stamina-testing 200-metre uphill section, the eyes can rest on the distant ruins of Anwil. The mystery of the large, peaty meadows at Wuppeau: in 1470, Abbott Ulrich Rösch had a fish pond built, the dam burst in 1800. Wil soon comes into view, centre of the Fürstenland region with a medieval old town enthroned on a hill.
35 km | 1 Stage
Asphalted: 31 km
Natural surface: 4 km
580 m | 400 m
medium

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Romanshorn
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Arrival / return travel Wil
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Services

Accommodation

Jugendherberge Romanshorn
Jugendherberge Romanshorn
Romanshorn
Park-Hotel Inseli
Park-Hotel Inseli
Romanshorn
B&B Marlenes Paradiesli
B&B Marlenes Paradiesli
Steinebrunn
Biohof-Enderlin
Biohof-Enderlin
Winden
Camping Seehorn
Camping Seehorn
Egnach
Landgasthof Seelust
Landgasthof Seelust
Egnach
Strohhotel Bodensee
Strohhotel Bodensee
Arbon
BnB Himmelriich
BnB Himmelriich
Kümmertshausen
Wellnessfarm in
Wellnessfarm in "Harmony"
Kümmertshausen
Hotel Pension „Im Dorf“
Hotel Pension „Im Dorf“
Zuzwil SG
Hotel Schwanen
Hotel Schwanen
Wil SG
Hotel Münchwilen
Hotel Münchwilen
Münchwilen TG
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Places

Romanshorn
Romanshorn
Amriswil
Amriswil
Sulgen
Sulgen
Wil SG
Wil SG
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Places of interest

Lake Constance and cruises
Lake Constance and cruises
Locorama - Railway adventure park
Locorama - Railway adventure park
Pumptrack am See, Salmsach
Pumptrack am See, Salmsach
Hagenwil castle and moat
Hagenwil castle and moat
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Swimming

Beach bathing place Wiedehorn Egnach
Beach bathing place Wiedehorn Egnach
Park bathing place an der Murg Münchwilen
Park bathing place an der Murg Münchwilen
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Signalization

Signalization
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Signalization