First, just in case - this post is about Baden in Switzerland and not about Baden-Baden in Germany :). Baden is very close to Zürich and it's surprisingly hilly. The elevation difference between the river and the main squares in old town is remarkable.
I started my visit by climbing up to the castle ruins. Unfortunately there are quite a lot of big construction works going on around the town so at the moment the view is not the nicest but still it was worth the climb.
|View from the ruins|
I also went to see the church. It's quite big and nice one.
|Chapel next to the church|
Baden was famous already during Roman times for its thermal water. Right now there are several spas and hotels but it's also possible to get some experiences for free. If you continue walking along the river you end up at the foot bath where you can sit and let bath your feet in the thermal water. It was a hot summer day when I was there so I was the only crazy one sitting there. The water is quite hot.
|Thermal foot bath|
|Kitchen from 1950-s.|