The Free Architecture Guide of Zürich

Virginia Duran Blog- Architecture Guide of Zurich

Zürich is one of the most beautiful cities I’ve ever visited (and probably the cleanest). I loved every bit of its architecture, which by the way was very well preserved.  Anything interesting in terms of architecture is in this map. If you find any mistakes, or have any suggestions please let me know. My intention is to keep it useful. Hope you enjoy!

Download pdf here: Zürich Architecture Guide 2016 PDF

Download map here: Zürich Architecture Guide 2016


17 thoughts on “The Free Architecture Guide of Zürich

      • In 1995 we landed in Frankfurt, drove down through he Black Forest area to Berne, then stayed a few days at Lauterbrunnen, swung by Lucerne and down to Milan on our way to Udine (Italy, North of Venice). We liked Berne and Lauterbrunnen, did not stop in Lucerne, and did not go through Zurich.

        Switzerland was a welcome change from our experiences in Germany, but still not as nice as Italy.


      • Ooh Berne, that’s on my list too! This winter wasn’t quite cold but I got the impression that this was one of those cities you’d rather visit in summer. And… no place is better than any Italian city, even if it’s just for the ruins and the food 😀


  1. Once again Virginia, your map is fabulous! It’s been several years since I’ve been to Zurich and you’ve given me the motivation to return. I remember the Rathaus and Stadelhofen Railway Station are spectacular. Now I want to go to the Museum of Modern Art. Thanks so much! ~Terri


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  4. Great guide! I live in Zurich and now I’m looking forward to discover all the places i didn’t visit yet. Thanks!


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