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Exploring Zurich

Bordering the north-western tip of its namesake lake, Zürich is divided in two by the Limmat River, which flows through the medieval Altstadt (Old Town). On the east bank the distinctive twin-towered Grossmünster minster looms above a cluster of restaurants, bars and shops.

Home to a string of theatres, restaurants and boutiques, the west bank is famous for Schipfe's quaint riverside galleries and high-end shopping on Bahnhofstrasse, which leads to the Hauptbahnhof (main station). Stepping west of the centre is the working-class-turned-trendy district of Züri-West, known for its upbeat nightlife and dynamic arts scene.


Accommodations in Zurich

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Zurich is the Limmat River Side Apartment by Airhome, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Hotel Sonne in Zurich as it has been reserved 3 times.


Sightseeing in Zurich

- Kunsthaus Zurich


Zürich's vibrant arts scene swings from traditional to progressive. The cavernous Kunsthaus Zürich shelters Monet and Rodin works, alongside an unrivalled collection of Swiss surrealist Alberto Giacometti's stick-figure sculptures.


- Opernhaus


Classical music fans can book tickets for the world-class Zurich Opera House. It has been the home of the Zürich Opera since 1891, and also houses the Bernhard-Theater Zürich. It is also home to the Zürich Ballet.


Transportation in Zurich

The Zurich International Airport services over 700 flights daily and is located 13 kilometres from north of city centre in Kloten. You can arrive in the city from the airport by opting for the fast or slower S-trains.

Zurich’s main train station is the Hauptbahnhof, or HB as it is known. All International and domestic trains leave from this station and it also has trams, buses and taxis outside of it. Car rentals, rented bicycles and trams are other convenient ways of getting around the city. Driving in Zurich is also easy, though parking can be costly and scarce. You can also buy the ZurichCard which is valid for many trains, trams and buses and also gives you free entry to many museums.


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