A Walk Through The Most Vibrant Urban Part Of Switzerland, Zurich

The largest urban part of Switzerland is called Zurich. Away from the well-known snow-covered Swiss Alps, the city Zurich proudly boosts the presence of Lake Zürich and River Limmat. The city Zurich is the cultural and commercial capital of the country. For the travelers, Zurich is another iconic European city with the presence of old Gothic Churches, cobbled lanes, and an amazing nightlife.  While in the town, you cannot miss a trip to the old town beside the River Limmat and the Lake Zürich. There are some special experiences which can be only experienced in the city of Zurich,

A stay at The Dolder Grand – The 5-star hotel in Zurich is located on the top of the Adlisberg hill. Over hundred years old this hotel connects the past with the present. The building resembles a fairy-tale castle which was originally built as a “Curhaus” or a health spa around the end of the nineteenth century.  The 4,000-square-meter spa, built by Lord Norman Foster, is still one of the main attractions of this hotel. Along with the amazing view of Lake Zürich, if you are lucky, you can also get a glimpse of the snow covered mountains in the back. The art lovers can make a trip to the art gallery of the hotel to find some works of famous painters Henry Moore, Andy Warhol, and Salvador Dalí.

Get relaxed in Thermalbad & Spa Zurich – The main attraction of the Irish-Roman Spa of Zurich is definitely the rooftop pool which offers an amazing sight of the city. If you are not so fond of the open air pool, you can also enjoy the wooden tubs, steam baths or swallow pools.

A dip in Frauenbadi Stadthausquai – The term Frauenbadi signifies bath for the woman. Naturally, the Frauenbadi Stadthausquai is the public bath for women in River Limmat. In the early nineteenth century, this bath was built for the women, so that they didn’t have to take a bath at the fountain in the night to avoid the prying eyes of the men. Till date, this bath is exclusively used by the women.

A glide through History, visit Grossmünster – The visit to Zurich cannot be completed without visiting the old Romanesque church, which symbolizes the reformed Zurich. From the top of the church, you can get an amazing view of the city.

One of the most tourist-friendly cities of Europe, Zurich is all set to take your breath away with its amazing combination of old and new.

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