Zurich – Travel Odyssey in Europe

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Something to Ponder About

Crossing the Swiss border and heading for Zürich where my sightseeing included the imposing Grossmünster, elegant Fraumünster, and winding alleys of the old town alongside the river Limmat.


 After visiting so many Christmas markets in Germany and Austria, Zurich’s ‘Christkindlmarkt’ touted as the biggest indoor Christmas extravaganza in Europe at the main railway station, was off the mark. It did have 160 wooden chalets and a three story Christmas tree, dripping with Swarovski crystals, but I could find nothing that interested me enough to purchase, and the smell of roasted chestnuts was

overpowering. ( That can be good or bad, depending on your preference). The atmosphere was friendly and festive, and that alone, made the trip into the city, from our hotel, Movenpick, worthwhile. *The good thing about the Movenpick, ( besides giving us a free upgrade on our room),  is that it is directly near the…

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5 thoughts on “Zurich – Travel Odyssey in Europe

  1. The Christmas market sounds magical and I love the smell of roasted chestnuts although I don’t like the taste quite so much! I recently visited Switzerland for the first time and couldn’t get enough of the mountain views, like in your last photo.
    ~ Marcella


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