Historical core of the city. Pedestrian-only walking cobblestone streets and
picturesque houses with authentic feel.
A Majestic Romanesque church from 12th century which towers dominate Zurich.
Underneath lies the largest crypt in Switzerland.
Medieval church built on a tiny river island that is now part of the shore.
Closed during Reformation, since 1940 is in service again.
Church best known for being decorated with ten meter high fascinating stained
glass windows made by Marc Chagall. Worth seeing.
The heart of the city. Lively square with adjacent streets full of shops and
restaurants. Enjoy the real Swiss urban atmosphere here.
Prestigious jewellery and watch shop showcasing precisely handcrafted
masterpieces by world-renowned producers.
A prime Swiss chocolate brand originated in the Alps. Flagship store sells
assorted truffles and pralines that are simply delicate.
The oldest church in the city, also with the largest clock face in Europe. It
has an interesting baroque interior with wall paintings.
A frequented traditional street with medieval houses. Great place to
aimlessly stroll and drift in various shops and cafés.
Medieval fishing district, now somewhat artistic place with many galleries
and craftmen working at the streets. Picturesque and romantic place.
Place where you can get lots of information about Swiss history. The
collection is usually enriched by numerous temporary exhibitions.