Individuelle Collage von Stadt Art
You can catch a direct train from Airport Zurich-Kloten to Zurich Main Station (Hauptbahnhof), travel time is 10 minutes. Trains depart every 15 minutes.
If you would prefer to take a taxi or shuttle bus, we are 20km from the airport. The journey time is around 30 minutes.
One of the most serviced junctions in downtown Zurich due to its central location.
We recommend you take the train for a trip to the Zurich-mountain, Uetliberg. Boarding the train at Zurich Main Station, you will reach Uetliberg within 20 minutes and will experience a fabulous view of the city and its gorgeous lake.
The quaint-looking train is yet powered by state-of-the-art technology and links Central square with the main building of the ETHZ - Federal Institute of Technology.
The most important docking place for boats of the Zurich-lake steamship company.
The popular Zurich City Tours provides very comfortable sightseeing coach tours of Zurich.
The twin-towers are one of Zurich's main landmarks. Legend has it that Charlemagne had discovered the tombs of the patron saints, Felix and Regula, and ordered a church to be built on the site.
Fraumuenster cathedral is home to what is considered the most noteable church windows of the world. It was Marc Chagall who painted the main windows and Augusto Giacometti who completed the windows in the transept at the northern side.
The zoo of Zurich ranks amongst the best zoological gardens in Europe. It is always a delightful walk, even with bad weather. Watching the exotic creatures in the Masoala Hall as well as in the heated vivariums will no doubt be a unique experience.
Chinese culture presented on the lakefront of Zurich. The garden is a gift from the Chinese twin city of Kunming.
A sensuous outing; be it the tropical rain forest, the fragrance of the Mediterranean, the virgin forests with ferns, or bloomy cyclamen.
A leisurely area of town and meeting place of passionate chess players. From here you can enjoy a fantastic view of the Old Town.
The Opera House of Zurich boasts a repertoire that is among the most varied in the world.
Offers the most high-class variety of concerts.
This museum accommodates the biggest collection of objects of cultural heritage in Switzerland.
The Kunsthaus Zurich is one of the most prominent museums of art in Switzerland. With works from Picasso, Monet and Chagall, it houses the biggest collection of Munch paintings and the major works of Alberto Giacometti.
The one and only museum of art for non-European cultures in Switzerland, which holds a collection of international renown works emanating from Asia, Africa, America and Oceania.
The nearby located Kongresshaus hosts many different events.
Federal Institute of Technology - University of technology and natural science with documented evidence of research.
The biggest Swiss university unites all existing classical faculties under one umbrella.
One of the leading Swiss hospitals with the most varied specializations.
Modern privately owned clinic of Zurich.
One of Europe's leading orthopedic clinics. The Schulthess clinic is home to the Swiss Olympic Medical Center and FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence.
Zurich Bahnhofstrasse is famous for its mix of high-street and designer shopping outlets.
Niederdorf is part of the Old Town. Zwingli, Goethe and Gottfried Keller were no doubt the most prominent dwellers of Niederdorf. Nowadays, what is known as Doerfli, it is the place for the young at heart.
This part of the Old Town is known for its narrow streets and alleys, such as Rennweg, Strehlgasse, Augustinergasse, St. Peterhofstatt and Muenster-hof, where numerous boutiques and antique shops can be found.
This square must is seen as the heart of the Bahnhofstrasse. In the 18th century, it was used commonly used as a cattle market.
Nowadays, housing the Swiss Universal Banks, it is the biggest center for money transactions in Switzerland. Sipping coffee and savoring the sweet speciality, Luxemburgerli, from the world-famous Confiserie Spruengli, giving you the chance to sit back and watch the hustle and bustle from afar.