Zurich

Many of Zürich's designer boutiques lie hidden along the narrow streets between Bahnhofstrasse and the Limmat River. Quirky bookstores and antiques shops lurk in the sloping cobblestone alleyways leading off Niedorfstrasse and Oberdorfstrasse. The fabled Bahnhofstrasse—famous because it's reputedly the most expensive street in the world—is dominated by large department stores and extravagantly priced jewelry shops.

Many city-center stores are open weekdays 9–8, Saturday 8–5. Most close on Sunday, with the exception of the shops at the Hauptbahnhof, the Stadelhofen train station, and the airport. Many smaller shops, particularly in the Niederdorf area, open later in the morning or the early afternoon and are closed entirely on Monday.

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  • 1. Bahnhofstrasse

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    The store-lined Bahnhofstrasse concentrates much of Zürich's most expensive (from elegant to gaudy) goods at the Paradeplatz end. ...Read More

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  • 2. Löwenstrasse

    Neighborhoods

    There's a pocket of good stores around Löwenstrasse, southwest of the Hauptbahnhof. ...Read More

  • 3. Niederdorf

    Neighborhoods

    The Niederdorf, a car-free section of Old Town that gets its name from the main street, offers inexpensive fashions that appeal to young people...Read More

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  • 4. Storchengasse

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    The west bank's Altstadt, along Storchengasse near the Münsterhof, is a focal point for high-end designer stores. ...Read More

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