Hermann Hubacher's sculpture, dedicated to Zeus (as an eagle) and his lover Ganymede, is located on Lake Zurich.
Locals catch the train at a station on Paradeplatz, once the location of a popular cattle market.
Storchengasse has several shops where tourists can pick up toys, perfume, designer clothes and more.
Grab a bite to eat at the Sternen Grill, a popular spot to indulge in a variety of succulent sausages.
A photographer captures the inside of the Stadlhofen, an important railway station located near Zurich's Opera House.
The Limmat River runs through Schipfe, a part of the Zurich's Lindenhof quarter that dates back to pre-Roman times.
A photographer captures a sculpture found on Zürichhorn, where the gardens are a popular recreational area.
Head to Schweizer Heimatwerk to find souvenirs made in Switzerland, including music boxes, toys and jewelry.
The Rote Fabrik (Red Factory) is a former factory site now used as a cultural center.
Bahnofstrasse, an avenue in Zurich, is one of the world's most expensive and exclusive shopping areas.
H. Schwarzenbach is a family-owned trading outpost that sells everything from flavored oils to dried tropical fruits.
Tourists and locals head to the Schiffbau, or Shipbuilding, which houses a restaurant, jazz club and a playhouse.