Zurich is an amazing city and there’s a lot to see here. This private trip allows you to enjoy an awesome experience as you visit the city with a private vehicle. Air-conditioned vehicle with chauffeur at your disposal for 3h. Pick-up and drop-off from / to your location in Zurich. Flexible itinerary.
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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
The focal point of Zürich, and a favorite playground for tourists and locals is the long Lake Zürich. The entire shore is lined with promenades and parks, where local residents catch the sun, jog, picnic, and swim in the lake.
Enjoy half an hour free time at Niederdorf. Your driver will try to drop you off as close as possible, as this is a pedestrian area and cars are not allowed here. Niederdorf offers interesting sights, culinary delights and shopping in Zurich’s old town. The Niederdorf area is one of the medieval streets and squares, a lively place to visit, with boutiques, restaurants, and cafés. This area was headquarters of the Lombard money-changers in the 14th and 15th centuries. There are many houses with rooms furnished in Renaissance style. On Spiegelgasse, at number 17, is a house where Lenin lived in 1917 The street Spiegelgasse runs east into the Neumarkt, where you’ll find the Shoemakers’ Guild House, now a theater.
Zürich’s “Main Street” is the busy pedestrianized Bahnhofstrasse, stretching from the main train station (bahnhof) to the Bürkliplatz at the head of the lake. The 1,200-meter street is one of the most attractive shopping streets in Europe, enlivened by fountains, public art, trees, and distinguished buildings. Although many of the shops that line it are filled with furs, fashions, jewelry, and other high-end goods, their smartly decked windows and the buildings themselves make it a popular place for everyone to stroll. The middle section of the street was built in 1867 after the filling in of an old moat, the Fröschengraben; the parts towards the lake and the station were built a few years later. Enjoy 30 minutes free time for shopping in this amazing area.
Often mistranslated to Church of Our Lady, the name of the protestant Fraumünster actually means Women’s Church, referring to the founding of an abbey here in 853 for aristocratic women of Europe by the Emperor Ludwig for his daughter, Hildegard. Until the high Middle Ages, the head of the convent was also governor of the city. The church is a three-aisled, pillared basilica with a Gothic nave built from the 13th to the 15th centuries, a Romanesque chancel, and an Early Gothic transept with high vaulting. In the undercroft, you can see remains of the crypt of the 9th-century abbey church. Enjoy 10 minutes free time to admire and take some pictures of this church.
Zürich’s Town Hall, the Rathaus, is easy to spot, as it overhangs the river and is supported on wide arches at the east end of the Rathausbrücke. Constructed between 1694 and 1698, the massive Late Renaissance building has rich sculptured decoration and a Baroque ceremonial hall.
Standing in an open terrace above the river, Zürich’s principal church dominates the city skyline with its twin towers. Built between the 11th and the 13th centuries, it is a Romanesque three-aisled galleried basilica with a chancel over a crypt that dates from about 1100. The upper levels of the towers date from 1487, but the domed tops were added in 1782. High on the south tower on the river side is a seated figure of Charlemagne, who is believed to have founded the order to which the church originally belonged.
There is no guide in addition to the driver
Public transportation nearby
Not wheelchair accessible
Not stroller accessible
Not suitable for pets
Infant seats unavailable
To receive a full refund, travelers may cancel up to 48 hours before the experience start time in the local timezone. No refunds will be given after that time period.
We may reserve the right to cancel a customer’s booking for a full refund in case of bad weather or not enough travelers.