Take a journey through Zurich to visit Bürkliterrasse and to shop at Schweizer Heimatwerk.
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.