Zürich's historic section features cobblestone streets, a variety of small stores and restaurants and many of the city's most significant religious landmarks.
A slender blue spire points skyward from the current church, which was a gift from Ludwig the German. It is famous for its stained glass windows by... more »
This 12th-century cathedral has both historical and architectural significance: Ulrich Zwingli led an important sect of the Reformation from here in the early 1500s, and the cathedral's twin towers serve as perhaps the most recognizable landmarks in modern Zürich.
This famous pedestrian street offers the best in world-class shopping opportunities and is also home to some of the world's most important banks.
The Zürich Zoo, situated on a hillside away from downtown, is excellent. It’s compact, tree-filled and has about 2,000 animals from 250 different species. There are tropical rainforests and an enormous biosphere. The fascinating Madagascar pavilion and the elephant house are worth a look. Open daily.
Situated in an historic castle, this museum displays a collection of interesting artifacts from throughout Swiss history.
This art museum is the only art museum in Switzerland that focuses on non-European art, and has a substantial collection from Asia, America, Africa and Oceania. It's also located in one of Zürich's most beautiful parks.
This fantastic art museum displays Western works since the 1600s and has an especially impressive selection of modern art.
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