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Located 13 km north of Zurich downtown in Winkel, Oberglatt, Opfikon, Kloten and Rümlang municipalities of the canton of Zürich, is the Zurich Airport (ZRH). Also known as Kloten Airport, it is the main hub for Swiss International Airlines and the largest international airport of Switzerland. The airport which serves domestic and international flights, features three terminals. Transit to and from the airport is by trains, trams, buses, taxi or car rental.
Zurich is a global centre of finance and banking, and also the largest city in Switzerland. Surrounded by the Alps and picturesque nature, the city is quite different from the other cities in the country and is one of Europe’s best destinations for its quality of nightlife.
A beautiful city nestled between Lake Zurich and the Limmat River, Zurich is often seen as the gateway into the Alps. With its medieval architecture, an impressive Opera House, continuous festivals and events, as well as over 50 museums, there is always a lot to see and do in and around the city of Zurich. The city’s residents are a healthy mix of business professionals and young students alongside a sprinkle of tourists, and there is something for everyone. Often ranked as one of the world's most inhabitable cities, Zurich is a pristine location that effortlessly combines nature with urban life for a most unique experience.
Situated on both banks of the Limmat River, Zürich’s historic centre is the place where much of the city’s nightlife, culture and shopping is located. From winding medieval streets, to historic monuments such as the 17th-century Town Hall and four medieval churches, Altstadt is a great place to explore while enjoying its various cafes, squares and little shops.
With influences from Germany, France and even northern Italy, Swiss cuisine is delicious and usually has bases of potatoes, Swiss cheeses, and other traditional Swiss ingredients.
A few you might encounter while in Zurich include the Swiss fondue, which consists of melted cheese, garlic and wine usually served in a communal container and used as a dip for olives, bread, onions and pickles.
There is also the Zurich ragout, which is a white sauce of white wine and mushrooms and a variety of flavourings. It is usually served with the popular rösti.
Another dish is the Zürcher Geschnetzeltes, a Zürich style sliced meat made usually of veal or veal liver in addition to cream, onions, white wine and brown sauce and served with rice, noodles, or rösti.