Dolder Grand and Dolderbahn
While you are in Zurich you can take the Dolderbahn and drive up to the most famous hotel in Zurich with history since 1899 – the Dolder Grand. It has a perfect view of the city but offers a quiet oasis for lunch or a drink on their terrace in summer.
Dolder Grand by: @maestho
Uetliberg - a city escape within the city
Another hill to conquer either by a short hike or tram ride is Uetliberg. This is a relaxed and recreational place where many “Zurcher” enjoys during the weekend hiking, biking or paragliding or in the winter sledging. There is also a cool Path of the Planets for the kids (suitable for baby strollers of course!). After some sport rewards you in one of the restaurants from Hotel Uto Kulm.
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Swim with a dry bag down Limmat
A very popular refreshment during the summer months in Zurich is to put your clothes in a dry bag and swim down the river current.
Note: Please take care if you decide to do so as the river is cold and the current can be strong so it is only for very good swimmers.
As the name implies you can have a nice fondue while sightseeing for 2h Zurich in an oldtimer tram. Whoa! Now we are talking! :)
Become Maitre Chocolatier for a day
Here, you can take a 2h class at Lindt to take make your own pralines, sample chocolate and get 10% discount at their shop! You get to wear a cool uniform too!
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Zurich Thermal bath and spa with a view over the city
Tired of walking around the city? You can take an afternoon off and swim in the former beer brewery with a look out on the city! Zurich Thermal Bath and Spa is the perfect location for your time off.
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An underground museum focused on understanding and discovery of Earth and Planetary Sciences where you can even experience an earthquake simulator if you are part of a guided tour and if you dare of course. Let us know if you go!
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Law Library with its spectacular interior design
You can find the Law Library at Rämistrasse 74/2 in Zurich and you are free to enter during the working hours. It opened its doors in 2004 and since has attracted many visitors interested in top architecture.
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Try Luxemburgerli at Sprüngli
You can not leave Zurich and not have tried Luxemburgerli at which Sprüngli has become a trademark of the city since 1957 and they come in many different tastes like Champagne, Mocca or Schwarzwald.
Have you tried any of these? Let us know what you think!