Kasheme stands for conscious mutual listening, for music, for the world - but also for the universe, Mother Earth and all her creatures. We see music as a healing power and value it as a spiritual discipline. Our goal is to connect people from different cultures and backgrounds with music that is rooted in different traditions. Thus in an inviting open culture of dialogue, exchange and togetherness. Through music we want to create spaces of possibilities, inspiration and community. A unique experience of passion, hospitality and quality in the choice of music. We call it reciprocity - we must give to survive. „Nobody can do everything, but everyone can do something“ – Gil Scott Heron
Our insider tips for Zürich on colder days
IMPRESSIVE AND INCREDIBLY BEAUTIFUL
A new interpretation of the 2000-year-old Roman bathing culture, which combines well-being with health.
Take a bath in the open air between the hundred-year-old stone vaults of the former Hürlimann brewery inside the mountain, up to the roof bath. Immerse yourself and let yourself be carried away into another world by the unique architecture and the inimitable building structure.
The source of vitality
The origins of the Zurich Therme lie deep underground in the city of Zurich. The thermal water from the legendary "Aqui" spring gives us valuable minerals and pleasant warmth, which ensure relaxation and well-being.
Feel the authentic power and the mystical atmosphere of this place and celebrate water in a very special way. Whether you decide for the thermal bath world or the Roman-Irish Spa ritual, you will forget the time after 10 minutes and the world after 20 minutes...
Treat yourself to a short holiday and recharge your batteries.
Zurich's favourite sledging run is located near the city on Zurich's local mountain Uetliberg.
The start of the route is located at weThe SZU train station is a few metres from the Uetliberg terminus. The first few metres are rather flat, but the slope is not to be underestimated: Soon the track becomes steeper and faster. Through the middle of the forest, surrounded by a beautiful landscape, you descend to the city of Triemli, where public transport is available. The most beautiful stretch is when it's snowing and all the sounds are swallowed up by the snow.
Built in 1930, the Dolder artificial ice rink is still one of the largest open artificial ice rinks in Europe today, attracting skaters from Switzerland and abroad. To this day, the Dolder artificial ice rink dating from the 1930s is one of the largest open-air artificial ice rinks in Europe with 6,000 square metres. Since its opening, it has thrilled many families, young people and couples in love every year who skate here. The ice rink, which is located high above the city at the Hotel The Dolder Grand, blends into a magnificent winter landscape: The Dolder Rink takes you out of the city through the woods and into a small cosmos of its own, consisting of the ice rink, curling, snow sculptures and occasional ice discos. An incomparable experience for young and old.
The Schwarzenbach speciality shop has been selling the finest coffee, tea and chocolate for 100 years.
The traditional grocery store H. Schwarzenbach in Zurich Oberdorf was founded by Heinrich Schwarzenbach I in 1864. The delicatessen shop on Münstergasse is still run by the Schwarzenbach family, now in its fifth generation. The varied range extends from home-roasted premium coffee to selected tar varieties and exquisite spices to exotic dried fruits, exquisite vinegar specialities and the finest oils. This wide range is complemented by fine chocolates, pasta from the leading pasta creators and a variety of honey, jams and pulses. In addition to exotic rarities, the colonial goods store also offers countless local delicacies, from the Thurgau dried pears to the Ticino Farina Bona, the roasted corn flour from the Onsernone valley.
The Cafe Schlauch in the heart of Zurich, very close to the Grossmünster, offers original daily menus in a biologically dynamic sense.
Franz Schnepf came to Switzerland from Meran in 1904 at the age of 15. Due to the crisis, the trained carpenter tried his hand at teaching dance. In 1920 Franz Schnepf opened a well attended dance school in the former "Rosenegg". In 1928, the young innkeeper gave up the dance school and built over the magnificent "Chriesigarten", which adjoined the upper fences. Zurich's only billiard hall with a life pool was built. Here the red and white balls are still played with targeted shots on the green field.
Café Schlauch is only 500 metres on foot from Hotel Alexander in Zurich's old town.