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Fish. Seafood. Shellfish. Always fresh. With a dose of Italianità. And 14 GaultMillau-Points. Limmatquai 82 8001 Zürich 044 262 98 44 bindella.ch

The tradition-filled restaurant, located in the heart of Zurich, has a wide range of Swiss specialities. Open daily from: 11.30 – 23.00, kitchen open from: 11.30 – 22.00, also on Sunday. Bahnhofstrasse 28a, Paradeplatz 044 220 15 15 www.zeughauskeller.ch / www.arsenal-zürich.ch

Visit our Department Store on Zurich’s Bahnhofstrasse: over 10,000 m2 dedicated to Beauty and Fashion featuring top labels. Modern looks and fashionable brands in a historic building. A fine restaurant with terrace and much more, all under one roof.

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Zurich-West The district where once ships were built and engines bolted together is now a focal point of art, design, gastronomy, nightlife, shopping and architecture. Factories have moved away, leaving behind them vast expanses of space, which creative minds have put to good use. Under the arches of the old Letten railway viaduct, design boutiques and an indoor market have taken up residence, while clubs rub shoulders with trendy bars and restaurants.

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WELCOME TO THE HOME OF THE FIFA WORLD CUP TROPHY ™ Take a journey through more than 100 years of 7 football at the FIFA World Football Museum global and relive once again the best players, moments and stories in history. We look forward to seeing you at Tessinerplatz in Zurich.

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St. Peter’s Church St. Peter’s Church is the oldest parish church in Zurich. The original foundation walls dating from the 9th century can still be seen under the chancel. The city’s first mayor, Rudolf Brun, acquired St. Peter’s in 1345, along with all the associated privileges and obligations. His grave and monument can be found by the outer tower wall. The clock face on the tower measures 28.5ft (8.7m) in diameter. The tower contains five bells dating back to 1880. The largest weighs over 6,000kg without its clapper. Fraumünster This church with a former convent was founded in 853 by King Louis the German. After the Reformation, ownership passed to the City of Zurich. The church’s most important decorative features are its stained glass windows. The north windows are by Augusto Giacometti. The five-part cycle in the choir and the rosette in the southern transept are the work of Marc Chagall. There is also a series of frescoes by Paul Bodmer in the cloister.

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FIFA World Football Museum The new FIFA World Football Museum, built in 2016, is a football adventure world for young and old. In addition to the original World Cup trophy, the museum presents more than 1,000 exclusive exhibits through an interactive, multimedia display. The history of football, the national jerseys of all FIFA members and an oversized pinball machine are just some of the highlights to be discovered and enjoyed here.

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Kunsthaus Zurich The Kunsthaus Zurich museum of fine art houses the most important collection of modern art in Zurich and one of the most significant art collections in Switzerland, dating from the 15th century right through to the present day. Highlights include works by Picasso, Monet, Munch, Hodler and Warhol. However, the art museum is renowned not only for its permanent art collection, but also for its high-caliber temporary exhibitions.

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Bürkliplatz In the summer, inline skaters, bathers, market vendors and street artists gather around the lower lake basin. Fairs and festivals are also held here. In winter, the lakeside promenade, offering superb views of the snow-covered Alps, is a popular place for a stroll. Roasted chestnuts and drinks of hot chocolate or mulled wine keep stomachs and hands warm. Numerous boats offering round trips on the lake are moored at Bürkliplatz all year round.

Grossmünster According to legend, Charlemagne discovered the graves of Zurich’s patron saints, Felix and Regula, and had a church built on the same spot. In the 16th century, Huldrych Zwingli initiated the Reformation in German-speaking Switzerland from the Grossmünster. More than 187 steps lead up to the viewing platform at the top of the Karlsturm tower. Other highlights: the agate windows by Sigmar Polke and the crypt dating from 1107 AD (the oldest room in the city).

Niederdorf The Niederdorf is part of Zurich’s Old Town and stretches along the right bank of the Limmat. Similarly to Limmatquai, which runs parallel, it is a pedestrian zone. During the day, the many little stores and boutiques tucked away in the narrow side streets invite passers-by to browse. In the evening, the Niederdorf is transformed into a nightlife district, catering for a varied public with its many bars, restaurants and street artists.

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Uetliberg The Uetliberg rises high above the city’s rooftops to an altitude of 2,857ft (871m) above sea level. From the top, visitors can enjoy spectacular panoramic views of the city and lake, with the snow-capped Alps in the distance. The Planet Trail provides fascinating insights into our solar system. In summer, the Uetliberg is a departure point for hikes and mountain biking tours. In winter, the trails serve as toboggan runs.

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Lindenhof From Lindenhof, situated in the very heart of the city’s historical quarter, you can enjoy a magnificent view of the Limmat and the Old Town on the right bank of the river. From the 4th century right through to the early Middle Ages, a Roman fort stood here. Nowadays, the square is a haven of peace and relaxation, a venue for events of all kinds, and a meeting place for keen chess players.

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National Museum Zurich Always worth a visit: the spectacular 100-yearold building, which is reminiscent of a fairy-tale castle, houses the largest collection of cultural history artefacts in Switzerland. Temporary exhibitions on socially relevant topics are held several times a year. These include an annual exhibition of works by the winners of the annual Swiss Press Photo award.

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Museum Rietberg Museum Rietberg is the only art museum in Switzerland devoted to non-European cultures. It has an internationally renowned collection of works from Asia, Africa, the Americas and Oceania. The museum’s objective in displaying these works of art is to promote understanding of and interest in other cultures, ideologies and religions. The adjoining Rieterpark, offering beautiful views of the Glarner Alps, invites visitors to stop and linger.

Zurich Zoo At Zurich Zoo, visitors can experience snow leopards in their rocky Himalayan landscape, watch elephants bathing or observe Andean bears climbing in their mountain cloud forest. In the Masoala Rainforest, meanwhile, giant tortoises forage for food. This fragrant, tropical oasis is a little piece of Madagascar covering some 13,000 sq. yards (11,000m²), with a treetop walkway from which you can see flying foxes and birds close up.

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Bahnhofstrasse The world-famous shopping mile was built on the site where the city’s fortified moat stood 150 years ago. Almost a mile (1.4km) in length, it links the Main Station with Lake Zurich. Here department stores, boutiques and jewelry shops can be found one after another. The further you walk towards the lake, the more exclusive the stores become. The heart of the Bahnhofstrasse is the worldfamous financial center, Paradeplatz.

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Stories of the Old Town This guided walking tour of the Old Town is a fascinating journey of discovery for visitors and locals alike. Come face to face with Zurich’s past and present through a selection of buildings, stories and anecdotes.

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Zürich City Tour – The Best of Zurich Discover Zurich's most important sights on a guided tour. This city tour takes place in a comfortable air-conditioned bus, with several photo stops, and lasts 2¼ hours.

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Rigi Rigi is the perfect destination for nature lovers, and can be reached as part of a relaxed day trip from Zurich. A coach trip and a ride on Europe’s first funicular railway bring guests to Rigi Kulm, where they can enjoy spectacular panoramic views. The return journey is enlivened by a boat trip to Lucerne.

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Rhine Falls A trip to the magnificent Rhine Falls, where the rushing masses of water spanning a width of up to 500ft (150m) thunder over the rocks and down into the water­fall basin. The return journey to Zurich takes a route via Schaffhausen and Germany, with a stop at Zurich Airport.

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Food Tour Every Friday, the Zurich Food Tour offers food lovers the chance to explore the culinary highlights of the vibrant, trendy quarter of Zurich-West. On foot and in the company of other food connoisseurs, they will have the opportunity to visit the restaurants and bars most popular with local residents.

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