Zürich Travel Guide
Create a lunch to go at this specialty grocer with an excellent wine cellar, a vast gourmet deli, and artful displays of jams, honeys, and chocolates.
Within this 12th-century cathedral the soaring nave is magnificent, and the interior is spare -aside from the jewel-toned chancel windows, designed in 1933 by Augusto Giacometti, Alberto's second cousin.
The department store carries a plethora of cool Swiss flag–branded tote bags, diaries, and other paraphernalia.
The converted brewery is now a complex of art galleries and museums, all located in the edgy Dammweg neighborhood.
The convivial wine bar hosts frequent tastings and the occasional art show. Order a glass of Blauburgunder - what the Swiss call Pinot Noir - and settle in on a window banquette for some people-watching.
The museum features a cutting-edge collection of photography, paintings, and design
Le Corbusier's last building - a glass-and-steel structure that looks like a Mondrian painting in 3-D - has now been transformed into a museum. Completed after his death in 1965, it's now named after the patron who commissioned it. It houses Le Corbusier's sketches, lithographs, and writings.