Frauenfeld

Small but nice! 25,000 people are living in Frauenfeld, the capital of the canton Thurgau. It is located in eastern Switzerland between Zurich and the Lake Constance, so very close to the border to Germany and Austria. Frauenfeld is well developed. Zurich Airport can be reached by public transport in 30 minutes, and Frauenfeld is directly connected to the Swiss highways.

Frauenfeld is first mentioned in documents in the 13th century, today the city is also the home of numerous large companies. Every summer the Open Air Frauenfeld takes place, Europe's biggest and most famous hip-hop event. Frauenfeld has also made a name for itself as a venue for various sports events. Every year, motocross world championship races and the most important swiss horse races are visiting Frauenfeld and their famous spectators. Frauenfeld was also the host of the federal festivals of gymnastics, swiss traditional wrestling and shooting.

Festhalle Rüegerholz

Arriving by plane

From Zurich Airport, you can reach Frauenfeld directly from the Zürich-Flughafen stop in 25 minutes by train. Take the train to Romanshorn or Konstanz.

From Frauenfeld train station you can reach the Rüegerholzhalle on Saturday in 15 minutes on foot.

Arriving by car

The Rüegerholzhalle is located in the heart of Frauenfeld. You can reach Frauenfeld on the A7 between Winterthur and Konstanz. From Winterthur, Schaffhausen, St. Gallen, Zurich and Konstanz you can reach the Rüegerholzhalle by car in about 30 minutes. Please take exit 4 "Frauenfeld Ost" and follow the signs.

Address for the navigation system: Festhalle Rüegerholz, Festhüttenstrasse 21, 8500 Frauenfeld.

Arrival by train

By train you can easily travel to Frauenfeld. From Zürich or Konstanz, you can reach Frauenfeld without changing trains in 40 minutes.

From Frauenfeld train station you can reach the Rüegerholzhalle on Saturday in 15 minutes on foot.

Highlights Swiss Championships 2016 Frauenfeld