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I walked along the area while coming back from a chocolate shop to the main station. It's a nice walk on a beautiful street full of luxury products, but there's nothing I want to buy. I guess if you're a traveler and really do need...More
Not sure the reason of why there are so many people there on the weekend. The department store was packed. Luxury boutiques were mostly open; while most stores were closed. I rarely saw people carrying shopping bags, but Porsche, Mercedes AMG, BMW, Bentley, and Maserati...More
During my stay in Zurich, I loved to walk along Bahnhofstrasse. I love shopping so i browsed many shops & department stores, bought some clothes. Many eating places too. The most prestigious shopping street in Zurich so you must visit when you are in Zurich....More
Considered one of the most prestigious streets of Europe, Bahnhofstrasse, is the Zurich equivalent of Bond Street, Fifth Avenue or Rodeo Drive.
Only the architecture of the banks and the trams make it different.
This famous street in Zürich is the core of fashion, restaurants shopping centers and banks, if you need to change money. It's a long pedestrian passage that guide you to the main train station, noisy, crowded, but at the same time, interesting and full of...More
Sorry if this is late. Just saw it. The city center is about a 10 minute train ride from the airport. Trains are frequent. There's an SBB (Swiss Railways) office on a mezzanine level of the airport after you come out of... More
Sorry if this is late. Just saw it. The city center is about a 10 minute train ride from the airport. Trains are frequent. There's an SBB (Swiss Railways) office on a mezzanine level of the airport after you come out of baggage claim and cross the street into the landside building. Another poster's tip to buy a day pass is a good one. Cafe
Response from Jurgen_Ibro | Reviewed this property |
I would suggest the Leoneck Swiss Hotel, offers a great price/location/quality deal. Is very close to the Limmat and to the Hauptbahnhof meaning a walking distance of 5 to 25 minutes to almost all the attractions.