Zurich is a lively and dynamic small metropolis. Over 400,000 people from Zurich live in the largest Swiss city. Slightly more than 30 percent of the population has a passport other than a Swiss passport. Zurich is proud of this diversity of mentalities and lifestyles, of the open-mindedness and of the fruitful coexistence of the various nationalities and cultures.
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- Zürich Card – Your City Travel Pass
Published by Zuerich.com
With the Zürich Card, city explorers can enjoy Zurich in all its diversity and save time and money too. The Zürich Card offers the following benefits over a period of 24 or 72 hours: Unlimited 2nd class travel by tram, bus, train, boat and cableway in the city of Zurich and surrounding region - Short boat trips and Limmat river cruise - Free or reduced admission to 43 museums - 50% discount on the Zurich Old Town Walking Tour - And many more experiences
- Zurich Travel Guide by Nomadic Matt’s Travel Site
Published by Nomadic Matt’s Travel Site
With a hopping nightlife, filled with endless bars and restaurants, this cosmopolitan city is bustling with activity. It’s set on a beautiful lake and near the mountains so you can also do a lot of nature-based activities when you visit Zurich. I love the historic center that opens up on the lake, sitting in the parks, and drinking a beer on the lakefront. The city is also very arty and full of street art and exhibitions.
- A Complete Travel Guide to Zurich – Insider Tips & Map
Published by Spend Life Traveling
Traveling to Zurich? This travel guide will give you all the information you need. From what to see and do to where to eat, where to stay, plus a lot of practical travel tips.
- 24 hours in Zurich: A perfect weekend travel guide
Published by Forbes.com
It’s easy to dismiss Zurich as a travel destination, given its reputation as a city of bankers. But look more closely, there are multiple reasons why Switzerland's wealthiest city deserves more attention.
- The Go Ahead Travel Guide to Zurich
Published by Goaheadtours.com
This destination guide was created for you by our global team here at Go Ahead Tours! Whether we’re designing new trips or writing guides like this one, everything we do is handcrafted. Read on to get our staffers’ insider tips from their travels.
- 16 Top tourist attractions in Zürich
Published by Planetware.com
Because Zürich, Switzerland's largest city, is well known as the country's economic and cultural hub and one of Europe's main financial and industrial capitals, it's easy to forget that it's also a delightful and fascinating place for tourists. Its many attractions include dozens of museums, a well-preserved old town filled with medieval and Renaissance buildings, and enough art - both in and out of museums - to keep art-lovers happy for a week.
- 24 awesome activities to do in Zurich
Published by Theintrepidguide.com
Heading to the land of gooey cheese, elegant watches, decadent chocolate, and Roger Federer? Here is my 48-hour Zurich Itinerary of fun, cheap, and free things to do in Zurich for the perfect weekend.
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- Bus and coach passenger rights
Published by European Union
EU rules on bus and coach rights apply if your journey starts or finishes in an EU country, and mainly apply to regular long-distance bus and coach services. These rights apply if you are travelling with regular services that operate along specified routes where passengers are picked up and set down at predefined stopping points according to a set timetable. Long-distance means that the scheduled distance of the service, not your individual trip, is 250 km or more.