Highlights of Zurich
Within a short walking distance you will see:
The place where Lenin planned the Revolution.
The Birthplace of Dadaism.
The former catholic monasteries that became protestant churches after the reformation:
In Fraumünster: the famous windows painted by Marc Chagall.
In Grossmünster: an original Zurich Bible of the year 1531 and our most beautiful Organ.
St. Peter's church with the largest clock face in whole Europe.
The business street Bahnhofstrasse.
Hidden Artwork on fountains, house walls etc.
Numerous little bars, restaurants and shops, many of them in medieval buildings, some of them in historic sites.
We can stop in the famous Sprüngli Confectioner or in the romantic Café Schober.
At summer days you will see the typical Limmat-Boats that are extra-low so they can pass under the bridges.
If the tour start time you require is not available, please contact me by clicking the "Ask a Question" button" - I might be able to organize myself.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Chose your prefered Option:
- Zurich Mainstation - at the beginning of track 18
- the Lobby of your Hotel
- any other place within the City Center that you know and suggest
- If you are ready to take half an hour in addition, we can meet at the Airport.
End location: Back at your Hotel or Main Station (where I can show you your train if you have to move on) or where ever you chose to stay within the City Center.
Duration: 2 hours 30 min.
Every Group is different - so it is not easy to say how long a tour will take. I like to be a bit spontaneous about that, so I avoid to plan a date right after the tour. If it feels right to take more time we can extend.
This is a walking tour. we will stroll in the narrow alleys of the old town.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
5 Swiss Franks - 5 SFR per Person to enter the Fraumünster-Church and see the windows painted by Marc Chagall.
I don't drive. Why? The best way to discover Zurich is on foot, by tram or by boat.
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Veronique gave us a fantastic tour of Zürich catering to our interests and being very considerate and inventive in dealing with the fact that one of the party had an injury that made walking difficult. She explained Z past and present, slipped us into some magical places and left us loving the place as much as she does.