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The City of Zurich

Zurich

The city of Zurich although small lately is transforming into a new buzz metropolis with vibrant cultural corners, financial centre and generally chich place for dining and entertainment.
With the historic tower of St Peter Kirche dominating the view in the city centre, it’s clock face the largest in Europe. But above all Zurich is a city of water and bridges, divided with the river Limmat and borders the lake.
The city is easily explored by foot, but you can always rely on its efficient tram, train or bus or boat system, to take you in any direction.

Places to visit

Recommendations for places to visit and things to do!

  • Explore the tale of two cities.  Visit the new Zurich (Zurich-West) as well as the high towers and cobblestone streets of the old town. Two very different parts of the city body.
  • Visit the twin-towered, 12th-century Grossmünster at Grossmünsterplatz (grossmuenster.ch).
  • Another Zurich landmark is the church of Fraumünster at Stadthausquai 19(https://www.fraumuenster.ch/en/) where you can view the masterpiece stain glass windows created by Marc Chagall.
  • Take a lake boat ride; it is worthed trust us!
  • National Museum of Switzerland (https://www.nationalmuseum.ch/e/)
  • Other recommendations:

Thank you for understanding we can not cover all the essential places in the city, but if you ask at our reception desk, we can provide you with more information at any time.

Events

Zürich, the largest city in Switzerland

Zürich, the largest city in Switzerland

Zürich, the largest city in Switzerland is located on the shore of the Zurich lake and the slopes of the Alps. Zurich is one of the ancient cities of the world, and its history dates back to seven thousand years. Zürich is the largest world’s financial center and its...

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Man’s World – especially for men

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With carefully selected exhibitors, spread over an area of 2,500m2 (26,900 sq. ft), Man’s World is a veritable playground for men, in which they can discover, try and experience in an out-of-the-ordinary atmosphere.
January 31 – February 3, 2019

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