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Beyer Clock and Watch Museum

Timely travelers can pay homage to their favorite mechanisms at the Beyer Watch and Clock Museum, where the art and history of perfectionism and clock making is chronicled from 1400 B.C. to today.

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Boat Ride on Lake Zurich

Though a steamboat tour may seem unappealing to the savvy traveler, a tour on Lake Zurich is not to be missed. Cruises are offered multiple times and in many forms throughout the day: brunch and lunch, live music and sunset cruises are just a few of the options. Indagare Tip: Boat rides in any city in Switzerland are complimentary with a Swiss travel pass.

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Cabaret Voltaire

The birthplace of the Dadaist movement, Zurich remains quirky and true to its avant-garde roots. Cabaret Voltaire hosts themed soirées and is a fun way to experience both Zurich history as well as its nightlife.

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Dolder Spa

The renowned 44,000-square-foot Dolder Grand Spa includes a large fitness studio, sleek onyx swimming pool, infinity Jacuzzis of various temperatures, a solarium, salon and separate spas for men and women. Guests should set aside at least half a day to enjoy the warm pebble bath overlooking Zurich and the spa’s signature La Prairie facial and shiatsu massage. Personal training sessions, nutrition screenings and detox programs are available and customized upon request

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FIFA World Football Museum

FIFA fanatics will get their fill of futbol history at this museum, which opened in early 2016. The institution houses exhibitions and audiovisual experiences that celebrate the sport’s rich heritage.



This Romanesque-style Protestant church is one of four major churches in Zurich. Inaugurated in 1220, Grossmunster was reportedly ordered by Charlemagne in the 9th century when he discovered the graves of the city's patron saints Felix and Regula there. The church has enormous bronze doors from 1523 with images depicting the Reformation and Sigmar Polke’s stained glass windows, made out of agate, which were installed in 2009.

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Indagare Tour: Zurich Galleries

Zurich is home to hundreds of fine art galleries (such as the renowned Kunsthaus modern art museum) and is an excellent city in which to explore Swiss and international art. The art scene is vibrant—contact Indagare for help in narrowing down the options according to personal interests—or simply waltz in and out of the galleries lining Bahnhoffstrasse.

Aerial View-Lindenhof ,Zurich, Switzerland-Courtesy Ivo Scholz


This tree-lined oasis resides just above St. Peter’s Church and Zurich’s Old Town. The edge of the plaza offers picturesque views of the shops and buildings lining the Limmat River

Aerial View-Uetliberg , Zurich, Switzerland

Local Hiking

Hundreds of trails lay just beyond Zurich’s city limits and Indagare can help arrange different levels of hikes for the perfect ascension into the Alps. The relatively easy trek up to Uetliberg is lovely and grants hikers stunning views of the Zurich skyline.

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Museum Rietberg

This museum curates Asian, African, American and Oceanic art. Stretched over 17 acres, the Rietberg is the only museum in Switzerland that focuses on non-European art.

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National Museum

With over 820,000 exhibits, the National Museum houses the world’s largest collection of Swiss cultural history items and arts and crafts. The regal building, located steps from the main train station, hosts a broad range of exhibits and helps visitors grasp the elusive notion of Swiss culture and tradition.

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Exterior View-Niederdorf Zurich, Switzerland-Courtesy Elisabeth Real


The Old Town of Zurich has kept its tradition of having artisan mom-and-pop shops while other major European cities have given into generic, globalized megastores. Niederdorf is a part of the Old Town that locals refer to as “Dörfli” (the little village)—its winding, cobblestoned streets are filled with small boutiques, shops and studios and most areas boast the aromas of cheeses, chocolates and leather goods.

Operanhaus Zurich

Central to Zurich’s culture, the Zurich Opera House has hosted renowned singers and shows for nearly 200 years. This opulent theater is also home to the Zurich Ballet.

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St. Peter Church (St. Peterskirche)

St. Peter’s black and gold clock face measures nearly 30-feet across and is the largest in all of Europe. The serene square on which it is located is studded with shops and little cafés and is positioned to be a serene oasis away from the bustle and noise from the city.

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Aerial View-Uetliberg , Zurich, Switzerland


Rising 2,851 feet high, the Uetliberg offers some of the best views of the city, Lake Zurich and the Limmat Valley. Visitors can ascend by either hiking or taking a funicular to the summit.

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