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Lorrach intro. Located at the southernmost tip of the River Rhine's rift valley, the town of Lorrach lies in Wiese River Valley near the Swiss and French borders with Germany. It's the capital of the district of the same name, set in Baden-Wuttemburg State, and is home to almost 50,000 residents. The town spreads to the outskirts of Basel and is an hour's drive from Bern and Zurich, making it a good base for exploring the region. The mysterious Black Forest foothills are nearby, perfect for hikers, walkers and nature-lovers, with a good choice of Lorrach hotels catering for both summer and winter season visitors as well as business travellers to the industrial sector of the city. The old market square in the city centre is a great place for people watching, eating and drinking after a visit to the city's Burg Rotteln, the largest ancient castle in the southern half of the state.