Tag: Frauenbadi

What’s On in Zurich this Week and Beyond …

What’s On in Zurich this Week and Beyond …

          -The Röntgenplatzfest – started on Friday and continues all day Saturday 24th from 2pm till midnight. A big street party with music, DJs and lots more  – for full details (in German) read here.           – Zurich Theater Spektakel is in full swing so why not make […]

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What’s on in Zurich this week and beyond….

What’s on in Zurich this week and beyond….

          – Live at Sunset  – “It’s perfect weather for an Openair concert in the Dolder – so why not grab a ticket while there are still some spare. Check out the website here and enjoy!  Read all about it here.           -Frau Gerold’s Night Market – Friday 12th […]

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125 Years of the Frauenbadi, Zurich – Exhibition by Alex Zwalen

125 Years of the Frauenbadi, Zurich – Exhibition by Alex Zwalen

One of the great things about Summer in Zurich is visiting the amazing “Badis” or “swimming areas” all across the city. Each one is different with its own personality offering different features and facilities. Some are more suited to children, some tend to be aimed more at adults, some are directly on the lake and […]

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Samichlaus Swim in the Limmat in Zurich – brrr!!!!

Samichlaus Swim in the Limmat in Zurich – brrr!!!!

Despite the ridiculously cold temperatures, not to mention the snow falling in Zurich on Sunday, there was a long line of people of all ages qeueing up to take (almost) all their clothes off and jump in the river! What’s more they had to pay for the privilege – as well as register in advance […]

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Did you get to swim the Limmat? Limmatschwimmen 2012

Did you get to swim the Limmat? Limmatschwimmen 2012

Tickets for yesterday’s 49th Limmat Swim sold out within hours of going on sale but if you were lucky enough to be amongst the 4,200 swimmers who took part you were rewarded with a refreshing swim in the 30 degree plus heat in Zurich! Starting at the Frauenbadi near Buerkliplatz the swimmers took to the water […]

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