Zurich is famous for being one of Europe’s leading financial centres - a leading light in banking and fintech excellence, but there is more to the Swiss city than business. Settled amongst remarkable natural scenery and featuring exquisite examples of teutonic architecture, Zurich is an ideal tourist destination and a city that perfectly showcases Switzerland’s unique cultural heritage.
Located at the northwestern tip of Lake Zürich, the picturesque city offers visitors a culturally and geographically rich destination, with numerous activities and attractions for young and old alike. It features numerous restaurants, cafes and bistros for lovers of gastronomy, and there are numerous excursions that can be made into the stunning countryside.
Mixing its historic buildings and pre-medieval heritage with fashionable bohemian hangouts, Zurich is truly one of Europe’s premier destinations for both business and leisure travellers.
Where you choose to stay in Zurich will of course depend largely on the reason for your visit. Those visiting the city on business trips will likely seek somewhere near the Paradeplatz, which is the central business district and one of the most sought-after areas to find accommodation. Conversely, those visiting the city as tourists may wish to find something in one of the more picturesque neighbourhoods in old town or near Aldstadt.
But whatever the reason for your stay, a serviced apartment is often the most cost effective and comfortable of vacation rentals. Our luxury apartments and studios are perfect for those who prefer a more independent means of accommodation. Furnished with the highest standard of fittings and decor, we can provide the right property to meet the needs of your stay.
Zurich is home to several large-scale shopping centres and retail parks, with all major high street labels represented. The Lezipark is a shopping mall that hosts high street brands as well as grocery supermarkets, making it something of a one-stop-shop, whilst the Viaduct Market hall is the more hipster place to be, with a selection of artisan fashion outlets and more in the way independent boutiques. Zurich also has several weekly markets for those looking for local produce and souvenirs.
Zurich’s old town is the place to go for picture-postcard streets, lined with traditional cafes and the souvenir shops. There are several small museums and churches dotted around, but many people will prefer to walk round and admire the architecture. The Swiss national museum is housed in a striking neo-Gothic castle and provides a great opportunity to learn about the history of the country. Of course, no trip to Switzerland can be complete without sampling the world-famous confectionary, and Sprüngli House is the place to buy it.
The best way to explore Zurich is undoubtably on foot, taking in the sights and picturesque streets, but the city is also served by several reliable public transport systems, making it simple to navigate.
Zurich has either bus or ZVV tram stop at roughly every 300 meters, making it is easy to jump on and off as it suits. The cost is also very reasonable if you purchase the Zurich card, which allows you unlimited travel over 24 - 72 hours, depending on your requirements. The main railways station is conveniently located in the city centre, meaning anyone arriving by rail will not have to find their way into the town proper. There are regular links across Europe, including to Budapest, Paris and Milan.
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