Interesting shops, nice cafes and restaurants, cosy park, musicians...nothing like the city centre. What is there not to like?
This is a nice area to walk around at lunch time for the many shops from deli foods, catering, furniture, beverages, restaurants, spaces that offer exercise classes and on the opposite side of the tracks is an elevated walking/jog sidewalk. Later in the evening, the area turns a bit more hip with bars and musicians taking over some of the... More
We easily reached here by Tram 13. The area was nice to walk - both on the ground & on the upper level. There is a food court with interesting food items, & many specialty shops. The area around here is also nice - it is pleasant to walk along the water. This area has been nicely converted to stores... More
Visited in mid July 2013. The tram stop is right in front of the market so it is very easy to get to. There were only about 8 - 10 venders set up and to be honest, it was something like a small craft fair that you would see in a US high school gym. While we were looking around... More
We were there with some friends and their baby, and it's great to walk around the nice food places to buy some nice deli. In our case we enjoyed some british beer with cheddar cheese, and it was really good. It's something to recommend when you go to Zurich.
We go ofter to Zurich, but did not know about this place. Thanks to tripadvisor, we went there today for the first time. The boutique like shops below the arcades are pretty cool, but the highlight for me was the Markthalle (market hall). An indoor market place with fresh food from Switzerland and around the world. Bought some English stilton... More
After spending plenty of time in Old Town we really wanted another experience and one that felt less like a tourist destination and more like a place locals might choose to go. We took the tram a couple of stops from our hotel (an easy and efficient way to travel) and arrived a short walk from the Viadukt. Before we... More
I like the Viadukt, as it's packed with lots of specialities from around the world. Be it English pies, the oyster bar or a freshly made and toasted Italian sandwich, you will be able to find something for your palates. Sure, it might be a tad bit pricier than your average supermarket but it's Switzerland and everything is exepensive here,... More
Yes, you read right, on weekends they have a friendly Eastern European gentleman shucking oysters outside the fish shop. Pass by and enjoy a few oysters and a glass of bubbly. The cheese stand is marvelous. My favourite cheese would be the mauve waxed Godminster cheddar. Simply out of this world. In the culinary wasteland that is Zürich, it is... More
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