Zurich Day Tours
Zurich is one of Europe’s most stylish cities. It enjoys oodles of attractions as guild houses, churches and captivating historic places adorn the banks of the Limmat River. Zurich is the ideal location for you to explore some of the finest snow-covered mountainscapes such as Jungfraujoch and Mount Titlis on a breathtaking Alps train tour. It’s a haven for foodies too, from curious street food, Swiss classics to international fare. Through a Zurich City tour Take with us you will go through hidden streets and picturesque squares as he unravels the history of this magical lakeside city. Our guide will pepper stories with entertaining anecdotes and ancient secrets of the Bahnhofstrasse.
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Zurich Local Specialities
A Zurich Chocolate tour is an epicurean quest to discover and savour artisanal pralines, Champagne truffles and pastel-coloured Luxenbourgerli. You’ll learn about the importance of the Sprüngli family and meet Max, one of Zurich’s very best confectioners. Visit the most famous sights Lindenhof, Grossmünster Church, Paradeplatz and the Old Town.
The History of Zurich
Zurich has a fascinating and vibrant history. It’s been home to Einstein, Le Corbusier and the mythical William Tell. We have a range of exciting Zurich sightseeing tours so that you can unravel the mysteries of this ancient city. You’ll discover witchcraft, reformation and wars as you walk through the city.
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Fashion in Zurich
One of Venez Discover’s Switzerland favourite tours in Zurich is through Bahnhofstrasse. This ultra-famous downtown street is thought to be one of the most expensive fashion districts in the world. It was once a frog-infested city moat and then a horse-drawn tramway. It’s now home to exclusive luxury clothing, remarkable timepieces and beautiful souvenirs.
What to do in Zurich?
Venez Discover Switzerland will take you on their Zurich to Lucerne day trip to explore quaint towns, wander along the shores of crystal clear lakes and ramble along verdant valley trails of the Alps and discover Mt. Pilatus. You’ll feast on gooey raclette at a Swiss cheese factory and visit a magnificent Baroque monastery.