Summer destinations in Zurich Region

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  • Braunwald

    Braunwald is a family-friendly summer and winter holiday resort on a sunny terrace in the Glarus hinterland. The panoramic view to the south is dominated by the glaciated peak of the Tödi.
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  • Zueri-Unterland

    Just north of the city of Zuerich one will find beautiful nature scenery with historic townships, excellent restaurants and exclusive accommodation options.
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  • Bad Zurzach

    The small spa town of Bad Zurzach is located in the picturesque Rhine landscape of Canton Aargau, which is dotted with spa resorts. The waterways and Saint Verena have shaped the resort town. Today the thermal baths, hiking and biking trails and the charming village center are major attractions.
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  • Horgen

    Horgen has been a traffic hub on the north/south axis since the year 1230. This long period of time has left its historical and economic imprint on our town. Today this important district town has 18,000 inhabitants and is a popular location for living and working. At the same time it is the regional recreation and excursion destination.
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  • Zug

    The city of Zug, well-known for its low taxes and because it is the seat of numerous companies, was founded by the Kyburgers. Zyt Tower, which offers a magnificent view of the Old Town, the Zug Mountain and Lake Zug, is the city's landmark.
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  • Zürcher Oberland (Zurich Region)

    The idyllic Zurich Oberland is not far from Zurich. In the heart of this hiking and cycling area lies not only the highest mountain in the Canton of Zurich, but also the highest waterfall.
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  • Kaiserstuhl

    Little is known about the origins of the settlement on the southern bridgehead of the Rhine crossing at Rötteln (Rotwasserstelz) Castle. The first recorded mention of Keiserstuol dates back to 1227,
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  • Goldingen Atzmännig

    The sports and leisure area Atzmännig near the gates of Zurich offers fun leisure activities for the entire family. In the summer numerous attractions lure visitors to the region. The region is also a starting point for short and long hikes. In the winter there are wonderful ski pistes for young and old.
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  • Winterthur

    Winterthur is a treasure trove of art, history and nature. The medieval heart of the city is full of life no matter what the time of day. Shops, restaurants, markets and festivals bring the charming Old Town to life and provide a meeting place for locals, visitors and businesspeople alike. Being a city small enough to get around conveniently while also having a big-city atmosphere makes Winterthur a popular destination.
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  • Marthalen

    Located at the heart of Zurich's wine country, the pretty village of Marthalen is known for its intact townscape and most attractive red and white half-timbered houses. Particularly impressive houses are the "Untere" and "Obere Hirschen", the "Alte Wirtshaus” tavern and "Schutzenhaus".
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  • Baden

    The small town of Baden is today both an industrial-urban settlement within the wider conurbation of Zurich. with modern, city foci, but also a tranquil thermal spa resort and cultural centre - a town of contrasts.
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  • Rapperswil-Jona

    Rapperswil-Jona, town of roses located on the upper end of Lake Zurich, combines sights, cultural life, hiking and sports possibilities with a Mediterranean holiday atmosphere. Welcome to the riviera located on the upper end of Lake Zurich.
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  • Zurich

    The cosmopolitan city by the water combines creative urban life with nature in all its glory. Zurich is abuzz with activity day and night with its countless events, diverse museums, own food festival and Switzerland’s most vibrant nightlife. And if you’re after rest and relaxation, you can be in the Swiss mountains in less than an hour.
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