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Zurich, Switzerland Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 113
Total Sleeping Rooms 9,761
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 365
Committable Meeting Rooms* 52
Convention Center Space 3,995 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 4,701 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Ballroom 1,155 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate CHF 361
Average Daily Meal Cost CHF 195
Average Weekly Car Rental CHF 204
*Maximum for a single hotel

Zurich, Switzerland Things to Do and Attractions

Grossmunster

A beloved Zurich landmark, Grossmunster is an Evangelical Protestant church in Zurich's Old Town. Legend has it that the church was built on the graves of the city's patron saints, Felix and Regula. Construction on this Romanesque church began in

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National Museum Zurich

Housing the largest collection of cultural-historical objects in Switzerland, the National Museum Zurich (also Switzerland's most visited museum of cultural history) resembles a fairytale castle. Inside, history comes alive and the life of the Swiss

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Kunsthaus Zurich

Known for housing Zurich's largest and most important modern art collection, the renowned Kunsthaus Zurich features works by such masters as Giacometti, Picasso, Monet, and Chagall. Visitors can view medieval sculptures and panels, contemporary Swiss

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Zurich Zoo

Home to about 4,000 animals from around the world, the Zurich Zoo is a popular family spot, thanks to its natural habitats and petting zoo. The zoo's habitats have been built to replicate mountainous cloud forest, wetlands, coastal areas, and many

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Langenberg Wildlife Park

Located west of Lake Zurich, the Langenberg Wildlife Park is home to wolves, elk, wild boar, brown bears, and more. The animals can be observed in their natural environment (not in small enclosures) on a number of routes throughout the park's forest.

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Technorama

The only science center in Switzerland, Technorama welcomes visitors – especially children – to engage in over 500 experiment stations ranging from climate to the human mind. Technorama is open daily from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Admission is

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Lake Promenade

Known for its colorful scene, especially during the summer months, and its lakeside views, Lake Promenade is a popular walking path along the lower basin of Lake Zurich. Created when strolling became fashionable in Zurich around 1800, the promenade

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Uetliberg

Zurich's very own mountain, Uetliberg features summertime hiking and mountain biking trails, as well as wintertime sledding runs. Visitors can take in views of the city and lake, as well as a glimpse of the Alps, while on Uetliberg, which spans 2,850

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Chinese Garden

One of the highest-ranking gardens of its kind outside of China, Zurich's Chinese Garden is a tranquil castle garden with a pond and small island, pavilions, bamboo, plum trees, and much more. The garden is open daily from March through October, from

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Zurich Opera House

The smallest of the world's large opera houses, the Zurich Opera House enables visitors an intimate experience with top performances. Housing approximately 1,100 seats, the Zurich Opera House puts on popular plays, ballets, children's shows, and

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Zurich Tonhalle

Renowned around the world for its excellent acoustics, Zurich Tonhalle is a beloved concert hall that has become central to Zurich's cultural life. Located adjacent to Kongresshaus, the grand Zurich Tonhalle was built in 1895. The 1,455-seat hall is

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Bahnhofstrasse

Beloved amongst locals and visitors alike, Bahnhofstrasse is Zurich's mile-long shopping boulevard connecting Lake Zurich with the Main Railway Station. Bahnhofstrasse is lined with boutiques, department stores, and pastry shops, and serves as the

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Quai 61

Supported by 64 pillars and located directly on Lake Zurich, Quai 61 extends right over the water, affording beautiful views of the lake and distant mountains. Quai serves light, market-fresh Mediterranean fare and directly connects to the city's

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Zeughauskeller

Zeughauskeller is housed in a historical building built in 1487 that serves as a mending and storage place for weapons. Today, using such weapons as decorations, the beloved restaurant features a rustic ambience that pairs perfectly with its hearty,

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Clouds

Perched 120 meters above the city on the 35th floor of the Prime Tower, Clouds serves Mediterranean-inspired fare rivaled only by the view. Visitors can dine in the sleek bistro or sip a cocktail in the lively bar while taking in city views from the

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