Hotel Seefeld

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Seefeldstrasse 63 Zurich Sw 8008
Sorell Hotel Seefeld
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Rated 10% higher but also costs 44% more than other 3.5 star hotels

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  • Families80
  • Couples88
  • Solo94
  • Business77

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Forum Posts

chocolate factory tours

by francoman

I am travelling to Zurich in March. Will they offer factory tours at Lindt then or are they never offering tours. If not, what chocolate companys in Zurich or Lucerne have them.

Re: chocolate factory tours

by xymmot

VT members have bloged that there are no tours, while others said that there are self guided tours with a open box of chocolate to enjoy. Read other blogs in VT for more information. Cheers Tommy x

Re: chocolate factory tours

by 64novpt

If you go to this site you'll find some info about this subject.

Re: chocolate factory tours

by matjung

Here you also find information about choco tours

Travel Tips for Zürich

Zurich can also be covered by budget travellers

by vpas

You could visit an expensive city like Zurich even if you are on a budget with some proper planning.
1.You could avoid eating in restraurants,instead pick up foods like bakery products or salads in stores like Migros(you also get amazing cheese there).Some migro stores also have a low priced eating joint.
2.Stay at dormetories or at bed and breakfast places
3.The public transport is good in Switzerland and so take a pass before hand which covers,buses,trains and ferries. The trip to Schauffhausen water falls and The stay at IPR Guest house

Arriving Zurich Main station

by Erkmen

After you get on a train from the airport, the two possibilities are either you get on a direct train to Zurich HBF or a stop at Oerlikon and after that Zurich HBF.. So either way you will arrive to Zurich Main station in 10 or 16 minutes...

The train stops below the train Station and you will climb up to arriving floor.. If you have a baggage and you are looking for a locker, than follow the signs. they are in between floors. So you need to follow the arrows to find them.. Lockers are working with coins. But dont hesitate if you dont have coins with you. Just near by, there are money changing machines.. You can change your banknote to coins automatically..

If you wanna tour around Zurich than you should go up to the entrance floor and start touring in Zurich..

Summer in the City. Go for a...

by swissgabe

Summer in the City. Go for a swim at the Lake or in the Limmat River. If you want to go into the Limmat, don't do this downtown. Just go to the Hotel Marriott and from there walk to the Obere or Untere Letten Badi (its a publich place to swim in the river). Have fun while refreshing here. (this can only be good from mid of June to mid of September)

The World's Largest Timepiece


Since 2005 the famous shopping street Bahnhofstrasse is illuminated by a new christmas light project which is called "The World's Largest Timepiece".

It consists of 275 glass fibre lighting rods with white LEDs. Various dynamic lightscenes can be displayed with these lighting rods. The scenes change every day.

"The World's Largest Timepiece" was inaugurated on 24th November 2005 and will be in operation every year from the last week of November until the first week of January.


by picek

There's hardly any 'tourist attraction' (or at least I didn't notice one) in this square far from the city centre, but we liked its comparatively small yet vibrant multi-ethnic community on daily walks, its small market with 'real' cheese and vegetables sold by farmers, its choice of small and appealing restaurants (see the tip for Thai one) and shops in the area.
Quite a pleasant district, far from being crowded as anywhere downtown of course.

Nice place to break your tram journey here if you wander to 'unknown' district as we did one day - the weather was perfect for this; most easy to reach by tram no. 9 directly from center of Zurich (and tram no. 7 plus few buses).


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