Zurich: guided city walks

Guided city walks in the Swiss capital of Zurich enable delegates to experience the city from a completely different perspective, in an unusual, creative and competitive way.

Stories of the Old Town: Groups can rediscover Zurich's historic centre and come face to face with the city's past and present with visits to buidings and through stories and anecdotes. Tours are suited to groups of up to 20 and last between two to three hours, with the opporutnity to sample traditional aperitifs en route. 

Christmas Stories: Timely for the winter months, groups of up to 20 can discover Zürich's most festive places during the pre-Christmas season, alongside a visit to Europe's largest indoor Christmas market. Delegates can stroll along the romantically lit Bahnhofstrasse and enjoy a glass of hot punch or mulled wine. 

Money, Money, Money: Zurich has a rich financial past. On this guided tour, delegates can find out how the city developed into a global financial centre, who the first money-lenders were and discover the identity of the inventor of the credit card.

Visit C&IT's Zurich Destination Guide here

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