It may sound cliche to visit a chocolate factory when looking for things to do in Zürich, but this isn’t your ordinary factory tour.
Hands down our favorite thing to do in Zürich spending time on Lake Zürich.
There is a mixed and women-only only swimming area, swimming lanes, a restaurant, and wooden sun decks.
When visiting any European city, the best thing to do is simply stroll through the Old Town, enjoy an aperitif and do some window shopping.
One of the best ways to get acquainted with Zürich is to take a walking tour.
Grossmünster is an imposing landmark in Zürich with its twin towers standing tall over the Limmat River.
Founded in 853, this church was originally a convent inhabited by aristocratic females from Europe.
Uetliberg Mountain It is only about 45 minutes to get here from the city center and it is well worth it for the best views of Zurich
Zürich West is the hippest spot in town. (I think using the word hip, just made me look square).
This 550-meter-long railway viaduct is a beautiful display of arches filled with boutiques, restaurants, and galleries.
Zürich West is filled with cool cafés but the busiest spot we encountered was Frau Gerold’s Garten.
Right next to Frau Gerold’s Garten is one of the more unique Zurich attractions, Urban Surf. For a steep price, you can try some city surfing in their wave pool.
No trip to Zürich would be complete without hopping on a boat tour of Lake Zurich.
While you are strolling through Wollishofen, take your time to visit the community of artists.
Speaking of shopping, Zürich boasts one of the most expensive shopping streets in the world.