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Going from hauptbahnhof to Crowne plaza hotel

by Capisco

ANy one knows how can we ( 3 persons ) go from hauptbahnhof train station to crowne plaza hotel in zurich?
Also how much would it cost to take a taxi that will be arriving at 23:00 in the train station

Re: Going from hauptbahnhof to Crowne plaza hotel

by MaheshSamtani

I stayed in Zurich on a recent visit at the Crowne Plaza hotel and did this route by the tram number 3 in the direction of ALBISRIEDEN and get off at a station called ALBIS RIEDERPLATZ. The ride takes about 15 minutes. You have a machine at the tram station, for tickets, which is just outside the main entrance of the railway station just in front of the Bahnhofstrasse. Once you get off at the mentioned sttion you have a 5 minute walk on Bardenerstrasse before you get to the hotel ( It is just next to the Zurich football stadium )

As for the timings, I am sure that you will have the tram working at this time, however please find out because after certain hours at night there is an extra surcharge. If you plan to travel more by tram, I would suggest you buy 24 hour tickets which are much cheaper if you are travelling within a certain zone. There is a 72 hour ticket called the Zurich card that costs 38 Swiss Francs and has to be purchased at the travel offices inside the station.

Hope this helps
Best regards

Re: Going from hauptbahnhof to Crowne plaza hotel

by K_V_B

If you go to you will find a trip planner that can plan door to door. So just enter the address fo your hotel in the "to" field, and whichever train station in Europe your coming from in the "from" field. That will give you the complete trip.
I it's the airport you're coming from just buy a ticket to the city there, which will also cover the tram ride in the city itself. No need to bu an extra ticket in this case.

Travel Tips for Zürich

explore the largest city in...

by cosmopolit

explore the largest city in Switzerland. Zurich aptly promoting itself as the ‘little big city’ with it's historic centre compact enough to be explored on foot. The citizens enjoy a high standard of living, and this is evident in the many fashionable and enjoyable bars, cafés and restaurants that fill the Old Town. The ambience is heightened by the large swathes on either side of the River Limmat that are pedestrian-only areas. But for those who find the comfortable burgher lifestyle a little too tame, there are always alternative places to seek out. This is, after all, the city that saw the birth of the artistic movement of Dadaism – the antithesis of conformity.

visit the Old Town.

by Krystynn

The Old Town situated across the river (from the train station side) is filled with many 'little' shops. I'd recommend that you take a stroll along the riverfront and just soak in the old world charms of that area. And spend time admiring the old guild houses along the river too. Very nice!

National Holiday - Folk Festival at Bürkliplatz

by german_eagle

After the speech was given (or, to be honest, already during the speech :-)) the parade participants mingled with the visitors, these in return congratulated them on their beautiful garbs and performances. And everyone grabbed some food and drinks from the stalls that were built on the shady Bürkliplatz. Several cantons presented their culinary specialties, like the folks from Ticino cooked risotto (delicious!) and offered red wine (yummy!).

I enjoyed the vibrant, festive atmosphere very much. Of course the sunny but not too hot weather added to the wonderful experience. While I am usually not a fan of folk music I thought they did a very good job, played and sang very well. In case you're in Switzerland on August 1 then don't miss the celebrations!

ice skating for children (and parents)

by picek

Okay, we went there with friends and their pre-school kids to the small, provisory ice skating ring by National Museum, in the courtyard that faces park. Looks like a spot local families love to go but it's 'little' crowded. Well, you see funny things and also falls, but there's always someone watching so you're generally safe and enjoy nice atmosphere of the place. Sure, watching can be fun too - you have your glass of glueh wine and indulge with conversation with those who are not skating either. It's free of charge and near main train station across the road, so it's in handy location in centre.

Being there for ice skating was my only interaction with that otherwise huge museum building. I simply didn't have time to dedicate one day to enter Swiss history in the large castle.

Actually I don't know if this is good place to learn ice skating - for this is too crowded, so it's for those who want more serious recreation, but hey - this place carters mostly to children (and their parents). You can rent ice skates at spot but you prefer your own - theirs had distinctive foul of old sweat and who knows what kind of bacteria or fungus live in those shoes. Yuck.

James Joyce's Grave

by cruisingbug

(My tribute to my college English dept. head Dr. Mack Smith. Ha ha, I still haven't read Ulysses!)
If you're a fan of James Joyce (I'm not) or you are interested in discovering the graves of famous people while traveling (I am), then take the bus to visit the resting place of the famous author. Unfortunately, I don't remember how I found the cemetery. I do remember, however, that I had no Swiss currency and therefore rode on the bus as a "Schwarzfahrer" or "Black Rider" - not the Lord of the Rings kind, but the kind that pays quite a hefty fine if they had spot-checked tickets that day. Luckily they did not.


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