If you have 2 hours to spare in Zurich you can go to the small town which is very comfortable in size, the building is exquisite, very clean and pleasant, and climb the castle overlooking the red roof.
Very nice little town, small town square and nearby Knights Hall are amazing, this central square including sculpture and traditional architecture is very worth mentioning, the castle is very close to the station and has a great view.
As far as Switzerland is concerned, I like Schaffhausen best, rather than Bern, but also to visit, the whole city is 3 hours long enough to appreciate its charm, standing on the castle overlooking the towns, very beautiful.
I was deeply impressed by some particularly beautiful pictures of the old city before, so I was thinking about this small city. After I came, I found that it was a worthwhile trip and felt more than Zurich. In addition to the square, I went up to the castle to overlook the city. Excellent. Zurich is less than an hour’s drive away.
Schafhausen, located at the northern end of Switzerland, has a long history and beautiful surroundings. There are many old houses decorated with frescoes in the old town, such as the cathedral with Roman architecture in the 11th century, and the frescoes at the Cavalier's House are new and enduring