Travel to Zurich, the cultural jewel of Switzerland
Built on the lake of the same name, Zurich as the largest city in Switzerland is full of hidden treasures that offer every visitor indescribable photographic images and unforgettable moments of fun and relaxation.
Wander the cobbled streets, the crystal clear sidewalks and admire the impressive architecture of the place. Meet the historic town squares one by one and head to the famous Fraumunster church which will captivate you with its gothic architecture, imposing interior and famous stained glass windows.
With a wide variety of impressive and historic buildings of diverse architecture, Zurich will give you unique images with a walk to the Lundesmuseum and Kusthus, two art museums that will take you on a journey through their world-class works of art.
Get to know the natural beauty of the place with a visit to Lake Promenade, walk by the water and let your gaze relax on the view of this enchanting landscape.
Zurich and gastronomy
If you are a meat lover then you will love Swiss cuisine. In the local restaurants you will have the opportunity to choose from a wide variety of meat dishes cooked in special traditional ways. In Zurich, the choice of lake fish such as trout or perch as a main dish is also famous. Accompany your choice with the national dish Rosti, the potatoes fried with butter. Of course you can not travel to Switzerland and not try its world-famous chocolates, which will be a delicious gift choice for your loved ones.
The best season to visit Zurich
Zurich is a destination that you can visit all months of the year. In winter you will be enchanted by the snowy landscapes and you will combine your trip with ski trips and winter activities while in summer you can dive in the lake and have fun at the festivals organized every year.
How to use transportation in Zurich
Transfer to/from Zurich
In Zurich you can travel by air with cheap flights from Thessaloniki and Athens. Zurich Airport is 15 minutes from the city center and you have many options for getting around. There are trains every 10 'and buses every 15' that will take you to your destination. Of course there is also the most expensive option to travel by taxi (about 40 euros).
Zurich's organized public transport network consists of buses, trains and trams that cover all destinations in the city. Tickets are daily and valid for all three modes of transport. Of course you also have the option of traveling by taxi which is a little more expensive.