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ZURICH Introduction TOUR

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Hauptbahnhof

Zurich's main central railway station as well as Switzerland's largest railway station. 

Urania Observatory

A public astronomical observatory whose name pays tribute to Greek mythology.

Fraumunster

A Protestant-Reformed Church in the heart of Zurich. Recognizable by its an elegant clocktower topped with a slender blue spire.

Wasserkirche

A medieval 10th century church built on a small island on the Limmat river.

St. Peterskirche

The Oldest Parish Church in Zurich boasting the world's largest clock face measuring 8.7m in diameter.

Paradeplatz

Zurich’s most important tram junction and the heart of Bahnhofstrasse. In the 17th century, a livestock market once took place here. 

Rathaus

Zurich's Town Hall, built in the 16th century and once served as the seat of government and administration.

Kunsthaus

A picturesque art museum featuring contemporary art pieces as well as art  from the Middle Ages. 

Bahnhofstrasse

A hip and happening street in the heart of Zurich. Famed as being one of the world's most expensive retail and property districts.

Bürkliplatz Market

Zurich’s second-biggest flea market sees professional traders selling antiques as well as people who spontaneously get a stand and sell their household before moving.s

Grossmünste

A 16th century Romanesque-style Protestant church in the heart of Zurich city. 

Niederdorfstrasse

A popular and colourful neighbourhood in Zurich

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