100 Years Kronenhalle
An institution for art and food connoisseurs.
This establishment is cult for at least two reasons:
- Important original works by Picasso, Kandinsky, Chagall, and Mirò hang on the walls.
- The traditional dish: Zürcher Geschnetzeltes.
A Spring Greeting from the Old Town Churches
In the week leading up to Easter, Zurich’s residents and visitors are treated to the sight of beautifully decorated fountains. This attraction in the city center has already become a much-loved tradition.
Custom in the Heart of the City
The 26 Swiss cantons come together for a huge traditional costume festival only once every 12 years. In 2024, this spectacular event will be held in Zurich: skirts, shawls, and buttons are already being cleaned, pressed, and polished to look their very best.
Where Classic meets Electronic
At TonhalleLATE, musicians from the renowned Tonhalle Orchestra and DJs of electronic sounds reinterpret classical music. The musical fusion is always an adventure that gets guests in the mood for the club night that follows.
Open-Air Movie Theater since 1994
Focus on the Bicycle
Zurich on Two Wheels
The UCI Road and Para-Cycling Road World Championships are taking place in Zurich for the first time. All the races start and finish in the city center. The event not only invites people to come and watch, but also to become interested in cycling in general. How about a guided e-bike tour or a downhill ride on the Uetliberg?
Fall Delights for the Palate
The specialty comprising chestnuts, kirsch, and vanilla processed into a puree and pressed into spaghetti-like worms is known as vermicelles. And vermicelles served with meringue and whipped cream are pure love!
Warmth for Body and Soul
When the Märlitram trundles through the streets of Zurich, even the hearts of the biggest Christmas scrooges melt. Only children are allowed on board, but the streetcar is unbeatable as a Christmas photo subject.