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Swiss National Museum

Swiss National Museum

4.6/5258 Reviews
Museum
Tue - Wed 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Thu 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM, Fri - Sun 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Local time)
Located on the north side of the Zurich station, the Swiss National Museum mimics the construction of the Baden city gate. The building itself is quite stylish, like a medieval castle. It shows the Swiss culture from prehistoric civilization to modern society. Especially the exhibits of the Middle Ages and prehistoric civilizations are worth seeing. The Swiss National Museum has a total of four themed exhibitions, including historical exhibitions, galleries, Swiss home furnishing exhibitions and medieval knight culture exhibitions.
Bahnhofstrasse

Bahnhofstrasse

4.6/5431 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day (Local time)
Bahnhofstrasse is located on the west side of the Limmat River, stretching from the Zurich train station to the Bourkeley Square on the shores of Lake Zurich. This is one of the world famous shopping streets, and is the same as New York's Fifth Avenue. It is also a place not to be missed by anyone coming to Zurich. All the precious brands and goods you can imagine can be found here, and the products are well-made and of high quality. If you catch up with discounts, the discounts on many big names are so low that you can't imagine.
Old Town

Old Town

4.5/566 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day (Local time)
Zurich

Zurich

4.5/5333 Reviews
Open all day (Local time)
Zurich is the capital of the Canton of Zürich and one of the more affluent cities in Europe. It is located in the northern part of the Alps, at the northwestern end of Lake Zurich, at the mouth of the Limmat and Lake Zurich. Zurich means “water town” in Crete. In the 18th and 19th centuries, Zurich became the cultural, educational and scientific center of Switzerland's main German-speaking nation. Zurich is located in the trade route from France to Eastern Europe and from Germany to Italy. It is also a water, land and air transportation hub. The industry and commerce have always flourished, especially in the silk industry, which is the center of the silk industry in the north of the medieval Alps.
Lindenhof

Lindenhof

4.5/570 Reviews
Mountain
Observation Deck
Open all day (Local time)
The Lindenhof in the old town of Zurich is the authentic site of the Roman château, and the later Carolingian Kaiserpfalz. It is arranged on the Lindenhof slope.
Grossmunster

Grossmunster

4.6/5186 Reviews
Church
March-October 10:00-18:00, November-February 10:00-17:00, in case of special event, the church may be temporarily closed. The time of the tower is: March-October Monday-Saturday 10:00-17:00, Sunday 12:30-17:30, November-February February-Monday-Saturday 10:00-16:30 On Sunday, 12:30-16:30; stop the tower 15 minutes before closing, may be closed early due to special activities or weather conditions. For the latest details, please check the official website. (Local time)
The Zurich Cathedral is located on the Limmat River, opposite the Church of Our Lady. Its unique twin towers have become a symbol of Zurich, blending Romanesque, post-gothic and neo-gothic styles. The founder of the Zurich Cathedral is the famous Karl the Great. After the rebuilding in the 11th-13th centuries, you can see the statue of Carl the Great on the South Tower, but this is a replica, and the authentic collection is in the underground of the church. Within the hall.
Kunsthaus Zürich

Kunsthaus Zürich

4.5/569 Reviews
Art Gallery
Tue 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Wed - Thu 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM, Fri - Sun 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Local time)
On the off chance that you cherish artistic work, at that point an outing to the Kunsthaus Zurich ought to sit at the highest point of your schedule when visiting Switzerland's biggest city. Established in the mid twentieth century, it houses a standout amongst the most noteworthy craftsmanship accumulations in the nation in spite of its moderately humble size. Striking works displayed at the Kunsthaus Zurich incorporate "Die Flucht des Rochefort" by Edouard Manet and "Am Waldrand" by Henri Rousseau. With a focal point of advancing national craftsmen, the Kunsthaus Zurich additionally shows works by Swiss specialists, for example, Peter Fischli, Ferdinand Hodler and Johann Heinrich Fussli.
Zurich Zoo

Zurich Zoo

4.2/554 Reviews
Zoo
Sun - Sat 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Local time)
It is difficult to consider much else charming than the waddle of a penguin - and if it is a chilly day, the Zurich Zoo will give you an eyeful. Each afternoon that the temperature is underneath 10 degrees Celsius - which it frequently is in Zurich - they lead a penguin march past the worshiping crowds. Be that as it may, penguins are not everything you can discover at the Zoologischer Garten: the zoo contains somewhere in the range of 2,200 creatures representing to more than 260 species from around the world. On the off chance that the winter climate has you down, look at the tropical displays.
Limmat

Limmat

4.7/588 Reviews
River
Open all day (Local time)
Lake Zurich

Lake Zurich

4.8/5435 Reviews
Lake
Open all day (Local time)
Lake Zurich is a famous ice-etched lake in Switzerland and is crescent shaped. The slopes of the lake are gentle, spread over vineyards and orchards, and overlooking the Alps to the south. There are medieval pebble trails along the river for visitors to take a walk by the lake, swimming, picnicking, sunbathing and more. There are many waterfowls in the lake. The lake also has a special science brand for people to recognize waterfowl. Swan and wild ducks will swim to the shore from time to time to eat for tourists.
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