The best of Zürich walking tour
Together with a professional guide, you will visit the most charming places in the city. What story can David Brunnen’s monument hide? The Church of St. Peter has the biggest watch in Europe. You will have the chance to explore the city while hearing fascinating facts and legends. What a legend the Grossmünster church hides? You will be surprised how many stories are hidden in the streets, buildings, and corners of Zürich. Your charming guide will tell you what is special and unique about living in this city. Perfect for those who are visiting the city for the first time and want to get the most out of it!
- Professional local tour guide
- The Swiss National Museum (SNM) Admission Fees
- Kunsthaus Admission Fees
Route & Duration
The Swiss National Museum (SNM)
The Swiss National Museum (SNM) covers several sites and collections. Special collections include musical instruments, toys, models and antique household items. This expansive museum provides a complete overview of Switzerland's history and culture.
Lindenhof Hill is a moraine mound, meaning it was formed thousands of years ago by the deposition of soil and ice-forming rocks. The area is registered as a Swiss Heritage due to its historical significance. You can walk to Zurich's oldest park by walking down a narrow alleyway. of the old city center.
Church of St. Peter
The church tower used to serve as the city's watchtower. The man on duty had to look out of the window every 15 minutes to verify that the fire had not occurred. The church spire has the largest clock face in Europe.
The Fraumunster church
Fraumunster Churches date back to the 9th century, when Louis the German founded a women's abbey specifically for his daughter Hildegard. Zurich's beautiful Fraumunster Church is known for its five stained glass windows, a work by Marc Chagall.
Highlights of the church include two towers. Visitors can climb the 200 steps in the north tower for views across the city. Visitors can also look at the adjacent cloister (1170-80), where the Romanesque capital is displayed.
The art held at this modern art museum spans from the Middle Ages to contemporary art, and come from around the world with a focus on Swiss artists. Among the highlights you can see many Swiss altars, paintings from the Dutch Golden Age; Flemish and Italy Baroque and Venetian zettecento.
Near Fraumünster Church (Münsterhof 2, 8001 Zürich, Switzerland)
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.