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The historical city center is small but charming. it wise at least a brief walk around - half an hour may be pretty enough. The Clock Tower has its own history - ask for a bucklet in the Ochsen hotel.
Updated Feb 26, 2008
The place where people meet. If the summer comes closer you find here a lot of people. Often it's very crowded, so a good chance to meet new people.
Written May 16, 2005
A nice place to spend the evening/night. In the pub you will find a lot of people who speaks english. For example british people how lives in Zug. If there's a soccer play, you'll have the possibility to watch the play on different tvs or on the big whiteboard. You can also play table soccer or billiards.
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Written May 16, 2005
Address: Alpenstrasse 11
Phone: 041 711 10 04
well, before i tell you something about the nightlife here in zug you must now that we live in a town with only 26'000 people. so there are not many big clubs ore discos but theres a active and creative scene who makes every night into a partynight. if you like some good house, trance ore dubbing sound you must go to the club 'galvanik' , it is an old factory with a young atmosphere. small prices and beautiful girls are included.
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Written Aug 25, 2002
Zugerberg Bahn is a funicular railway (cable car) that goes to the top of Zugerberg mountain. You can get to the lower station by bus No 11. The top station is located on the altitude of 926 meters above sea level. There is a nice view over the lake. The ride to the top takes 6 minutes.
The Zugerberg Bahn is member of Zug tarif association, so you can use local bus pass there.
The Zugerberg Bahn was inagurated in 1907, but it uses modern equipement now.
Updated Aug 29, 2007
Zug is very close to Zürich and the best thing is to come here by Bahn - A Train. Switzerland has got a very well organised train system and the train timing are very helpful for the tourists as well. So I would like to recommend you that u must go to Zug on Train.
Updated Oct 2, 2002