The 19th-century Frauenbad is only open to women during the day. Its trendy bar opens to both sexes at night.
From any position in the city, it’s hard to overlook the 13th-century tower of this church. Its prominent clock face, 8.7m in diameter,...
Founded by Charlemagne in the 9th century (but heavily reworked since), Zürich's twin-towered landmark cathedral sits directly across...
The Frauenbad public bath opens its doors to some refreshing nocturnal bar action. Up to 150 men are allowed into the Barfussbar. You...
Restaurant Zum Kropf
Notable for its historic interior, with marble columns, stained glass and ceiling murals, Kropf has been favoured by locals since 1888...
Münsterhof · interesting places nearby
The 13th-century cathedral is renowned for its stunning, distinctive stained-glass windows, designed by the Russian-Jewish master Marc Chagall (1887–1985). He did a series of five windows in the choir stalls in 1971 and the rose window in the southern transept in 1978. The rose window in the northern transept was created by Augusto Giacometti in 1945.