Zurich Unveiled – a City Guide

Zurich, a city where tradition meets modernity, offers a wealth of unique destinations that cater to a wide range of interests. tells a story of Zurich’s eclectic charm and its commitment to preserving the past while embracing the new. We have selected destinations that offer not just services or goods, but an immersive experience that combines Zurich’s rich history, art, culinary excellence and fashion in a way that is both engaging and inspiring.


Located on the banks of the Limmat River, the Frauenbad Stadthausquai is a historic women’s only outdoor bathing facility that doubles as a public space for relaxation and socialising in the summer. Its architecture is a testament to Zurich’s urban history and offers a picturesque setting for swimming with views of the Old Town. In the evenings, the bath transforms into the Barfussbar, a lively place for everyone to enjoy a variety of cultural events.


Franz Marfurt Lucerne
Located in the vibrant heart of Zurich’s Münsterhof district, the boutique serves as a space where Marfurt continues to create jewellery in his inviting studio. In particular, a few years ago he reintroduced the popular Voyageur bracelet, now a signature piece inspired by the traditional African elephant hair bracelet.


Hauser & Wirth Gallery:
Located in the heart of Zurich, Hauser & Wirth is a pioneering gallery dedicated to contemporary and modern art. It showcases a range of works by international artists, with exhibitions spanning a variety of media and themes. The gallery is part of a global network, yet maintains a strong local presence, making a significant contribution to Zurich’s art scene. A visit here is a journey through the forefront of artistic innovation.


A culinary and cultural icon in Zurich, the Kronenhalle is not just a restaurant but a living museum. Renowned for its classic Swiss cuisine, it’s equally famous for the original artwork by Picasso, Chagall and Miró that adorns its walls. Dining here offers a unique blend of gastronomic excellence and immersion in art history, making it a must-visit for foodies and art lovers alike.


Le Café enSoie by ViCAFE:
The opening of Le Café enSoie by ViCAFE is rooted in the delightful concept of combining a café with a shop. This idea, implemented four years ago, brings together the stylish design of enSoie and the flat whites of ViCAFE, two brands from Zurich that share a common philosophy, in a space of around 15 square metres.


Founded in 1986 by Markus Cadruvi, VMC is Europe’s leading denim destination. Roger Hatt, a mechanic turned denim enthusiast, joined the business and now co-owns it with his wife. The store first introduced Zurich to Japanese denim brand Evisu. Behind the unassuming exterior, VMC houses a curated selection of exclusive brands in three sections, including a women’s section. The basement is dedicated to an extensive denim collection and a wide range of boots, offering a variety of shades, washes and sizes.