Zurich is the biggest metropolis in Switzerland with a inhabitants of 420.000. On this video you may see the primary sights of Zurich.
The Grossmünster church with two towers is a landmark of Zurich. From one of many towers you may see the river Limmat, lake Zurich and the previous city.
The Fraumünster is known for stained glass home windows (by Marc Chagall and Augusto Giacometti).
St. Peter has a church clock face of 8.7m in diameter.
The Museum of Artwork (Kunsthaus) has an necessary assortment.
The Zürich Opera Home (Opernhaus) is situated on the Sechseläutenplatz.
The Helmhaus is a museum for modern artwork.
The Nationwide Museum (Landesmuseum) is situated close to the primary railway station and reveals the historical past of Switzerland.
Two well-known universities are situated within the metropolis: ETH (Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule) and the College of Zurich.
The Bahnhofstrasse is the precise place for purchasing. On Sundays most shops are closed.
The Lindenhof gives a pleasant view of the previous city, river Limmat and Grossmünster.
The river Limmat and Lake Zurich provide some in style excursions.