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"Vieri", or "Langstrassenquartier" as it’s also known. It represents pleasure and versatile cultures, is full of life, creativity and art. Many creatives and restaurateurs have settled here over the years, providing a mix of small shops, galleries, bars and restaurants. Zurich’s classical side is not far away. In a matter of minutes, you reach the main train station, the famous Bahnhofstrasse, the Kunsthaus or the lake.

Kreislauf 3 4 5

In every hotel room you will find a guide to Zurich's design district around Langstrasse (Kreislauf 4 + 5) or enquire at the reception and we’ll happily tell you about our favourite places in Zurich.


Xenix Cinema and Kanzlei Flea Market

The square in front of the Xenix barracks, home to an arthouse cinema and bar, offers plenty of room for meeting new people. Discover an array of secondhand gems at the Kanzlei flea market that takes place here every Saturday, rain or shine.


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Frau Gerolds garden

This urban garden, which attracts a broad range of visitors thanks to its combination of cuisine, concept and culture, is located between two of the most well-known skyscrapers in Zurich: the chic Prime Tower and one-of-a-kind Freitag tower.


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The Greulich shops

Some design shops are located in the same building as Greulich Design & Lifestyle Hotel. The label Weyrauch with high-quality and elegant gents' shoes, studio Lerski with an assortment of hand-crafted bags and the Interior Design shop Sitio with unique design furniture and accessories.

Galerie Bernard Jordan

It's always a joy to discover new artists at the exhibitions in Bernard Jordan. An inspiring and often provocative pleasure.


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Palestine Grill

Dining at Sami’s with his amiable crew is worth the wait: you’d be hard-pressed to find another restaurant that puts as much love into their hummus, falafel and sabich – an Israeli specialty.


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You’ll fall in love with Einzigart’s selected goods that all stand for quality design. Simultaneously a gallery of things, a forum for cutting-edge design and a meeting place for exchange, the shop features both inventive new designs and timeless classics.


Jo Brauer

This light-flooded boutique offers clothing, shoes and accessories from brands from around the world that will make any fashionista’s heart race. Fashion with a retro edge, elegant jewellery with playful details and now also glamourous home accessories give this shop its special appeal.


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Bogen 33

From high-quality patina tables and chairs to sofas and lamps and even pieces for the nursery, you’ll find all kinds of vintage items in this shop. The on-site workshop spruces up vintage treasures and manufactures its own garden furniture.


Im Viadukt

Trendy shops, hip cafes and exciting concert venues as well as a large food hall with a restaurant have cropped up under the arches of the time-honoured railway viaduct. It offers a combination of lifestyle, design, fashion and leisure shops right next to the green Josefwiese with a large playground.


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Maison Blunt

Restaurant in the front and Moroccan lounge in the back – the perfect laid-back surroundings to enjoy couscous and delicious tea made from fresh mint. The atmosphere of this former garage is absolutely enchanting.


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Edition Populaire

Edition Populaire presents an array of commodities and accessories that live up to the highest standards of quality and design.


Greulich culture award since 2005 (image)

Greulich culture award since 2005

Since 2005 the Greulich culture award foundation yearly prices outstanding work of culture journalism in changing categories. The foundation follows the aim to support and dignify quality in culture journalism. It belongs to the whole project "Greulich" which was founded by the Swiss advocate
Dr. Thomas B. Brunner.

Greulich culture award