Leisure and Cultural Events
Climb Karlsturm of Grossmünster
The twin towers of the Grossmünster are a prominent landmark of Zurich. One of its towers is open to the public and provides a fantastic view over the city.
Chagall Windows of Fraumünster
On the opposite side of the river, you find the Fraunmünster church. Its famous windows were created by Chagall and the Swiss artist Augusto Giacmetti.
Bouttiques, jewelers and high street fashion storelines can all be found in Zurich’s most exclusive and famous shopping destination.
The beautiful lake is impossible to miss. It should be warm enough to dip your toes into the water, or to go out for water sports. If you prefer to stay dry, you can also take a boat tour.
Old Town City Center
The medieval Old Town stretches on both sides of the river. Narrow streets, beautiful houses, glorious guildhalls and charming squares are trademarks of the heart of the Zurich.
Art in Public Spaces
More than 1,300 works of art are staged all over Zurich in public spaces, including “Heureka” by Jean Tinguely at the Lake shore, “Pavillon-Skulptur” by Max Bill in the Bahnhofstrasse, and “L’ange protecteur” by Niki de Saint Phalle in the Main Station.
Zurich is well-known for its parties, concerts, bars and clubs, ranging from a beer or cocktail bar in the multicultural Langstrasse quarter to the famous electro music clubs in the up-and-coming Zürich-West.
Museums and Art
If you love art, you should not miss the countless museums of Zurich, including Kunsthaus Zurich, National Museum Zurich, Migros Museum of Contemporary Art, Museum Haus Konstruktiv, or the Kunsthalle Zurich.
The sports center of the universities in Zurich (ASVZ) will open its doors for a limited number of attendees. We will provide details on the registration process and the list of possible sports activities on this website.