Read more. Geneva Camera. The Real Deal! The drinks booth is located on the stage meadow and is about twice as big as last year. Throughout its history, Zurich has always been an important center of art and culture, often shaped by artists and political refugees who found their home or a place of refuge in the city, including Richard Wagner, Lenin, Bakunin, James Joyce, Thomas Mann, Bertolt Brecht, Max Frisch and Albert Einstein. Take the next day off, be ready to dance as well as flirt, and set facial hair to stun. It also serves delicious tapas and a decent Sunday brunch.
Bierhalle Kropf A taste of Old Zurich.
The center of the city, Alstadt, Kries 1, is the Old Town, with lots of dining, shopping, art and theatre attractions. The diverse cultural life of Zurich also includes the clubs in Zurich-West and the Street Parade the world's largest technoparade every year in August. Kweer Ball:
Zurich has proportionately more clubs than any other European city.