Discover Zürich’s eclectic districts 3, 4 and 5 in one weekend. All day Saturday and Sunday, some 89 boutiques, shops, galleries and service providers will be open for business in this pulsating part of Zürich.
This is already the 13th Kreislauf 345 edition – we still have fond memories of one of the first ones years ago. These neighborhoods of Zürich are off the beaten track for many, but this is the chance to take a guided tour or switch your own gears into discovery mode.
There will be exotic stuff, demolition, newly built structures, specialty shops, studios and creative workshops, cafés, bars and restaurants you have never heard of! Check out this listing for all the guided tours during the weekend. The tours are for free, but you will need to sign in on the tour page. (One of the tours is in English.)
Here is a map with some hot spots of activity during Kreislauf 345 in Zürich:
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