Schaffhausen has a population of around 36,000 people and is nestled between the city of Zurich and the German state Baden-Württemberg on the Swiss border right on the River Rhine. The charming town offers a wide range of cultural, sporting and leisure activities and so, the highest standard of living. There is also affordable housing and excellent public transport links.



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Baumgartenstrasse 15

CH-8201 Schaffhausen







Stadttheater Schaffhausen: From September to May, around 80 drama, music, children's or dance theater performances with artist ensembles from around the world take place at the Schaffhausen’s town theater.


Museum zu Allerheiligen: The Museum zu Allerheiligen, in Schaffenhausen’s picturesque Old Town (Altstadt), unites exhibits on the theme of archeology, history, art and natural history all under one roof.


Munot: The Munot, a 16th-century fortification built from ashlar and quarry stone, is Schaffhausen’s landmark.

Special events


Stars in Town: The open-air concert festival brings the biggest names from the international music scene to Schaffhausen’s Old Town once a year.


Town Festival: The “Schaffusia” town festival transforms the whole center of Schaffhausen into a huge festival.



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