Arrival

Arrival
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Easy access

Baden is excellently integrated into the public transport and road network. Numerous bus lines that run every ten minutes connect the city with the surrounding communities. In addition, Baden is optimally connected to the Zurich S-Bahn and long-distance transport network.

By train and bus

The direct train to Zurich departs twice an hour. From Zurich central station to Baden takes 16 minutes. From Zurich Airport, it takes 25 minutes and is a direct transit to Baden. To and from Basel takes 50 minutes. The important EuroCity and CityNightLine passenger trains also stop in Baden. Direct trains connect passengers with major European cities such as Amsterdam, Berlin, Dortmund, Hamburg, Cologne, Leipzig, Paris, Salzburg or Vienna.

Note:
From 13 April to 30 November 2020 the Postbus station will be converted!

Further information on the conversion of the Postbus station and the departure points:
"Information Umbau Postautostation und Abfahrtsplätze (german)
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By car

The city is directly connected from two sides to the main motorways of German-speaking Switzerland (A1 Zurich – Bern and A3 Chur – Basel). The centre of Baden has excellent infrastructure. 14 multi-storey car parks in the city centre offer over 3,500 parking spaces, a modern parking guidance system makes arriving easier.