Zurich: summer city tour highlights

Three summer options for groups in the city of Zurich .

Stories of the Old Town: Rediscover Zurich's historic centre with a guided walking tour of the Old Town and a combination of visits to buildings, stories and anecdotes. The tour, which lasts around two hours, is available from April to October. This summer, groups can also combine the tour with an open-air festival in Zurich. The 'Aufsehen' event, running until early September, includes building facades in the city displaying video projections and large-scale photo installations.

Food tour: On the Zurich Food Tour, gourmets explore Zurich-West – once an industrial district and now a trendy quarter – from a culinary perspective. The tour provides an insight into the eating and drinking culture of Zurich’s inhabitants and relates some interesting facts and figures about the Zurich-West quarter. Besides sampling appetisers and beverages - including freshly-brewed Zurich beer, groups can learn more about Zurich’s gastronomy scene. The tour lasts three hours and is suited to groups of up to 15.

Milieu and Design: Zurich’s Langstrasse quarter attracts night owls, gourmets and design aficionados. On this tour, groups can discover the creativity and diversity of Zurich-West. The tour lasts around two hours and is available throughout the year and suited to groups of up to 20 people.

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Visit C&IT's Zurich Destination Guide here 

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