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Top Questions

How long does the flight take from Vienna to Zurich?
How often flies Austrian Airlines from Vienna to Zurich?
Austrian Airlines flies from Vienna to Zurich daily.
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Your carry-on baggage should not be bigger than 55 x 40 x 23 cm and not heavier than 8 kg. A foldable suit bag not bigger than 57 x 54 x 15 cm is accepted as carry-on baggage. Additionally, you may bring one more personal object like a purse or a notebook bag not bigger than 40 x 30 x 10 cm into the cabin.
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What to see in Zurich

What to see in Zurich
Grossmünster
In excelsis Deo: At the imposing Grossmünster the angels are rejoicing, while the city's patrons rest in peace here. With its twin towers, Grossmünster is one of the most imposing churches in town. Legend has it that Charlemagne built it after he had found the graves of the city's two patrons here. In the 16th century Grossmünster was the starting point for the German-Swiss Reformation headed by Zwingli. The church's choir window is a special sight where in 1933 Augusto Giacometti left his trails. It also tells the story of Christmas on colourful stained glass. If you want to get closer to this man you have to walk up to the tower. While the view of Zurich is overwhelming, the 187 steps upwards are an ordeal.
Kreislauf 4+5
Bürkliplatz

Where to eat in Zurich

Where to eat in Zurich
Rigiblick
Rigiblick offers ample space for unfolding to its guests. Nobody suffers from claustrophobia here but you are spoilt for choice when it comes to the wine. If you are not an expert you should ask for advice, otherwise you might mix up the St. Laurent 2007 with the Pinot Noir - and that would be a faux pas. But if you still mess up the etiquette rules you need not fear an angry look from your neighbour: The tables are as far away from one another that you won't even hear high-pitched laughter from the other side. At this noble restaurant guests can concentrate on the essential, namely the food. The latter, while expensive, is pan-Asian and creative. Halibut is served with Malaysian vegetables, veal fillet comes with pineapple and duck liver comes even twice: fused with pumpernickel or with limes and rocket. What a feast! Also a feast (to the eyes) are the light-flooded rooms, the summer terrace with a terrific view of Zurich and the distance to your neighbour's table. It is understandable that gourmets feel at home here. And it is understandable that poor guys stay at home.
Yooji's
Acqua

Where to stay in Zurich

Where to stay in Zurich
Kafischnaps
A butcher's shop in the past, the hotel today serves breakfast until 16:00 daily. Are all the guests late risers? Perhaps. But it might have something to do with the rooms' names as well: "Williams", "Kirsche", "Zwätschgge", "Pflümli" or "Quitte" forebode nothing good (being names of schnapps altogether). Is the Kafischnaps a hotel for alcoholics? No, it's not. While the rooms are named after schnapps types, you don't get a hangover from the lovingly decorated rooms. Beyond pompous luxury chains one is devoted to working with the things that are within reach - and has a toast on them.  Speaking about "beyond": While the Kafischnaps is not located in the direct centre, prices are beyond those of rents in the popular district. And if you have missed out on breakfast you can still enjoy the puff paste pies with hearty filling and have schnapps with them in a relaxed atmosphere. The sights can wait. Double room from approx. 36 Euros per night.
Hotel Widder
Seegarten

Where to shop in Zurich

Where to shop in Zurich
LaLotta
Those who think that Swiss fashion is mostly made of traditional costumes are wrong. There are a few exceptions on the Zurich fashion scene: Lotta Müller, for example, who went to Milan to learn from the best. Among others, she already worked for Vivienne Westwood and Roberto Cavalli. Now, she is back to Zurich, and has opened up her own store. What you can buy here, you can't buy anywhere else: unique pieces made in Zurich and not in a North-Italian factory. If you get alarmed when you hear the name Westwood, relax: While Lotta Müller's fashion is avant-garde, her exclusive shoes are wearable. Also the other pieces of her collection may very well get in touch with dirt. While the new and newly discovered labels are chic and expensive, you won't find the Baroque ruffs á la Westwood. But you can buy her Anlgomania collection, and LaLotta Boutique also sells Gilles Rosier and Oktober.
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Pelikamo