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What to see in Zurich

What to see in Zurich
Street Parade
Marek Krynski thought "Why not?" in 1992 and applied for the permit of a demonstration on love & peace at the police. The result: 1,000 ravers, seven cars and angry politicians. In 1994, they tried to forbid the Street Parade but nobody had expected the public outcry that ensued.   Eventually, the police gave in under public pressure, allowing 30,000 ravers the party of their lives. Nothing much has changed today. You can still hear the whistles and the roll of the drums in Zurich's downtown area every August. World-famous DJs are taking part. And still people dance for world's peace.  In 2010, 650,000 party people participated when DJ Hell, Paul Kalkbrenner and Fedde le Grand proved their skills at the turntables despite cloudbursts.   But this time there was a minute's silence for the victims of the Love Parade. All of a sudden there was complete silence onstage and in the Love Mobiles. But the show must go on: Also in 2012 Zurich's streets will resound from the shrill, loud and above all peaceful celebrating of thousands of ravers.
Cabaret Voltaire
The Proposal

Where to shop in Zurich

Where to shop in Zurich
Steinhauer
Here comes our tip for a perfect day in Zurich: a visit to the Kunsthaus, a gourmet lunch at the Kronenhalle and if you are in the mood for gift shopping visit Steinhauer's around the corner. The store offers a wide variety of international gifts. The perfumed candles come from Paris, the towels from Japan and the leather bags from Vienna.   Steinhauer is equally popular for its wedding presents. And if you have been married before you know that one can always use silver cutlery - and salad servers and champagne glasses. What a shame when the serviettes are missing at your new home! That's why the wedding list by Steinhauer comes in so handy. The store offers individual complete packages for couples so that the relatives know what they should buy and the newly weds don't have ten toasters in the end.   But even if you don't want to get married you will find the right present for any occasion here. The garden furniture might be a bit bulky, and you might not be able to get all the china into the suitcase. But handkerchiefs and felt slippers will even fit into the hand luggage, for sure!
Thema Selection
LaLotta

Where to eat in Zurich

Where to eat in Zurich
Kronenhalle
What you understand by that corresponds to your imagination. Kronenhalle means dinner deluxe for royalties or those that want to become a nobleman or noblewoman. You'll find Matisse and Kandinsky on panelled walls, there's a lot of crystal on white table-cloths and Picasso and James Joyce are on the guest list. The atmosphere is dark and dapper, perfect for a business agreement  between bankers or the small bite preceding an opera evening.   But not only are the guests classics at the Kronenhalle but also is the menu. Instead of Nouvelle Cuisine it is tradition that is served here on silver platters: Wiener Schnitzel (astonishingly!) and veal bratwurst with hash browns. You also get French Fries at the otherwise conservative restaurant. And if you are tempted to try the "Mistkratzerli" you've become a true fan of Zurich.
Zeughauskeller
Iroquois

Where to stay in Zurich

Where to stay in Zurich
Hotel Widder
Different styles behind each door: The Hotel Widder is the Omelette Surprise among the design hotels. And so you are spoilt for choice: Baroque wall painting or loft with metal balcony? In the mood for heavy wooden beams or Andy Warhol?   You'll find everything at the Hotel Widder: While the nine Medieval town houses feature different styles each, they have one thing in common: individualism. Minimal meets maximal here: You are offered heavy curtains, Biedermeier furniture and playful styles just as much as armatures sparkling with chromate, masculine leather sofas and pure lines. The restaurants feature a similar mix: The breakfast pavilion below a glass roof is so bright that you can see the yolk shimmering through your egg. While the Widder Restaurant is darker it is equally excellent (15 Gault Millau points). The Widder Bar features jazz in the evening. And with Hank Jones and Phil Woods you can easily round off the day over a single malt whisky. Double room from 550 Euros per night.
Seegarten
Alden Hotel