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in the 90s, this area used to be crowed with junkies diverting from needle park and hookers. In the past ten years it has undergone a substantial improvement in lifestyle: It has been 'cleaned' and then populated mostly by students and artists to become a breeding place for great bars, lounges, cafes and shops. As in every bigger city, areas are going through waves of redlight/crook -> students and artists -> hip -> overpriced -> uninteresting. This area is now on the tip of being hip and first signs of a new crowd populating are visible, but it's still the best place to go in Zurich. Check it out.
A small town not far from Zurich is Winterthur. Several great museums, non-descript little town, about a half hour from Z by train. The science museum there is INCREDIBLE. Everything is hands-on (and in good working order). It was truly unforgettable. Set aside at least 3 hours.
Take the ferry from downtown Zurich down the lake to Rapperswil. It's about a 2 hour ride. There are restaurants and a gorgeous castle to explore. If you want to stay all day and don't feel like taking the ferry all the way back, take the train (about 20 minutes) back to town.
HI! I've been to Zurich always on business with a business budget. Now, I am taking my mom and can't afford the "business budget". Where can I eat, near or in the center, for a decent sum of money? Not just brats and beer, ; )) pls! Many thanks!
Zürich is a nice city to hang around in, no pressure to do much touristy stuff, as there isn't that much of it. It's a very Swissish city - all the elements are there - mountains at the horizon, an emerald-coloured lake in the middle and a tower with a clock on it. You can rent a boat with pedals in it, and move around the lake with it, although stick to passages meant for small boats. There are rather large boats too, and they don't like you getting in the way. It isn't very safe to do that either. You might end up pedaling for your life!
You can get a bike for free from the places close to the main railway station. Take one and go along the lake or to the hills. You'll see much more of the city that way. You can also go for a swim in the lake or just eat ice cream on the grass in the park area next to the lake shore. At least in summertime that was nice. I didn't find much anything else interesting in Zürich, though.
Great sport for plane-spotters. The airport has no less than TWO roof-top terrraces, and even offers special guided bus-tours of the airport. Also has a small, but well-stocked BuchAir-shop on one of the roofs - a good way to spend some cash
A tidy and simple hotel in a good location near Centrale. The tram #10 from airport stops in front of the hotel. It takes about 30 mins from the hotel to airport by the tram. No bells and whistles. Free Wi-Fi.
Best Bratwurst EVER! And very affordable. A brat and hard roll is around 6 francs and fills you up. Grab a beer, and you've got a perfect meal for under 10 francs.
Great place to pick up some new releases on vinyl from all over Europe. Deep house, electro-house, d&b, etc. Very friendly staff (and they speak English)
I would not recommend Z for a city break - expensive and not much to see or to do.