Zurich has plenty to offer: a wonderful old town, a picturesque lake, hills and mountains in close proximity and of course a rich history, which has eternalized itself in many sights. The Hotel Scheuble is close to many interesting places. Here are just some of our personal recommendations close by:
Your address in Niederdorf – centrally located in the city centre.
One of the most significant modern art collections in Switzerland. The Kunsthaus is situated in the immediate vicinity of our hotel.
Here you will find the glamorous Zurich with its banks and boutiques. Perfect if you wish to shop.
A plain, yet imposing church. The stained glass windows designed by artist Marc Chagall are particularly impressive. The Fraumünster is located just a few minutes away from the Hotel Scheuble.
Zurich's landmark. Zwingli's reformation spread into German-speaking Switzerland from here.
The oldest and for a long time the only parish church in Zurich. It has an impressive organ and the largest church clock face in Europe.
Dada was born here when Lenin stopped by our establishment. Crazy, isn't it? Today you can enjoy a coffee or visit a cultural event at the Cabaret Voltaire.
Frau Gerolds Garten
An open-air restaurant and sun terrace during the summer and a cosy covered lounge during the winter: Frau Gerolds Garten invites guests to eat, drink and while away the hours all year round.
The tower made up of 17 containers can be climbed. A wide selection of bags from the Zurich cult brand made of recycled truck tarps can be found here.
FIFA World Football Museum
Immerse yourself into the history of the most popular sport worldwide. Over 1000 exhibition pieces will make the hearts of every fan beat faster.
Tonhalle / Kongresshaus
Important conferences take place here just as much as top class concerts. But for now only until summer 2017 – the Kongresshaus will then be renovated.
Hallenstadion / Messen
If you are an ice hockey lover, then a visit to the ZSC Lions is well worth it. Rock stars also make their presence felt in the Hallenstadion and many exhibitions take place here during the week.
The Volkshaus was founded by the workers' movement during the 19th century. Today it houses a restaurant, a spa and a concert hall.
The University of Zurich is the largest Swiss university with over 26,000 students. The main building on Rämistrasse is close by.
If you eat a Zürcher Geschnetzeltes (Zurich-style sliced veal) while in Zurich, then do so here. Together with its cuisine, the Kronenhalle is also popular for the many artists who frequented the pub.
The most popular historical museum in Switzerland. This is definitely worth a visit if you are interested in Switzerland and its history.
You can not only bathe in the lake when in Zurich. The Upper and Lower Letten are two beautiful river pools. Here you can drift away from the Limmat.
Trendy bars and pop-up stores: Langstrasse is the liveliest quarter in the city. The evenings are particularly busy.
We recommend taking a trip to the Uetliberg if you would like to get an overview of Zurich. Or climb it on foot. The effort is fully worth it when you see the views.
Tired of walking? Or do you want to get to know Zurich from another side? Treat yourself to a trip on the water.
Zurich's newest landmark: the 126 meter high tower is symbolic of the rebirth of Zurich West. The Clouds restaurant not only offers fine dining, but also unique views.
Zurich's most historic café. You can linger away the hours here or buy chocolate in the shop.
Over 4500 animals spanning 27 hectares: Zurich Zoo fascinates young and old. You can also enjoy wonderful views overlooking the city and lake from the Zürichberg.
The renowned Zurich Opera House is always worth a visit. Many of the world's best singers have performed here.
This beautiful Chinese Garden in Seefeld is a gift from Zurich's twin city Kunming. It is open daily from March to October.
We'll be happy to give you any personal tips at reception.