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- Swiss National Museum
- Zurich Town Hall
- University of Zurich
- Letzigrund Stadium
- Lakeside Promenade
- ETH Zurich
- Zurich Exhibition Centre
- Zoo Zurich
- Kunsthaus Zurich
- Technopark Business Center
- Bellevue Square
- Helvetia Square
- Rapperswil Castle
- Bubikon Golf Club
Where to stay in Zurich
Finding the Best Accommodation in Zurich
World class accommodation in Zurich is available at preferential rates, with majority of the hotels conveniently located nearby tourist hotspots.
Culture, shopping and culinary delights await all travellers to Zurich, Switzerland. Zurich is naturally the pivotal point in your Swiss tour: it has over 50 museums, 100 galleries, and throbbing nightlife, thus offering tourists a mix of culture, nature, adventure and enjoyment. With its dense and easy-to-access public transport network, you can easily make Zurich the base of your other top Swiss destinations. The city has countless things going on simultaneously. In fact; Zurich can be considered as a gourmet menu - the secret lies in its individual elements which form its quality ingredients.Things to see
We certainly recommend taking the city tour with a stop at the Swiss National Museum. Take in the picturesque Old Town as well as the fashionable districts of West-Zurich. Looking for some breathtaking views? Then we recommend the Uetliberg, Zurich’s local mountain that offers panoramic views of the Alps.
Visit the natural paradise offered by the hiking trails surrounding Lake Zurich. This is a dream come true for sport enthusiasts. You can even enjoy a boat trip on the lake or enjoy the regional delicacies offered by the local restaurants around. A trip to the old medieval town of Rappersvil with its famous castle is also recommended. In fact, the tourist highlights of Zurich are restricted to the four regions of Lake Zurich, Zug, Baden and Winterhur. All these are accessible by local transport and offer a wide range of cultural and leisure pursuits.Hotels in Zurich
Zurich accommodation varies greatly based on whether you are seeking Youth hostels or backpacker pensions on a budget or revelling in comfort at luxurious hotels.
There are more than 250 hotels in Zurich for you to choose from and it is a well-established fact that the hotels here offer exceptionally higher standards compared to many other countries. The youth hostels and pensions come with bunk beds, shared toilets and showers. The mid-priced range consists of comfortable 3-star hotels with basic amenities: TV, restaurants, no-smoking rooms and easy accessibility to the main train station. Other budget-range hotels also include free Wi-Fi, swimming pools, and respectable sized double beds. Based on where you live, you can also get fantastic views of the Uetliberg.Where to stay
Where you stay in Zurich depends on many things. If you are after its vibrant and pulsating nightlife, get hotel accommodation in the Niederdorf part of the Old town or around Langstrasse west of the main train station. Here you will get clubs, casinos, pubs and Dance bars to spend an evening or two in.
For families with children, we recommend the comfortable hotels in Zurichberg, home to the Zurich Zoo. The hotels on Bahnhofstrasse, the main shopping centre of Zurich, are bound to be shopper’s paradise. The train station is also located a few 100 meters from these hotels, and you can also have an easy access to the heart of Zurich’s cultural and historical district.How to get to 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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