Cycling in Switzerland

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Züri Oberland-Höhenweg
Züri Oberland-Höhenweg
Stage 1, Winterthur–Girenbad
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Tössegg-Klettgau-Weg
Tössegg-Klettgau-Weg
Stage 1, Winterthur–Rüdlingen
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Rheinfall–Zürcher Oberland
Rheinfall–Zürcher Oberland
Stage 1, Schaffhausen–Pfäffikon ZH
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Mittelland Route
Mittelland Route
Stage 2, Wil (SG)–Kloten
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Studenland-Töss-Römer-Route
Studenland-Töss-Römer-Route
Stage 2, Bülach–Steckborn
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Töss-Jona-Route
Töss-Jona-Route
Stage 1, Eglisau–Turbenthal
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Wyland–Downtown
Wyland–Downtown
Stage 2, Winterthur–Zürich
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Wyland–Downtown
Wyland–Downtown
Stage 1, Stein am Rhein–Winterthur
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Industrie-Veloweg Winterthur
Industrie-Veloweg Winterthur
Route 205, Winterthur–Winterthur
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Winterthur
Old Town Winterthur

Old Town Winterthur

Welcome to Winterthur Old Town, Switzerland's largest continuous pedestrianized zone. In the garden city of Winterthur with its spacious park facilities, cultural events take place outdoors, as well as in the city's renowned cultural institutions.
Around 1180 Winterthur is first mentioned in documents. The Romans called their settlement Vitudurum. Today, Winterthur is the sixth largest city in Switzerland. The heart of the city pulsates with life at all hours of the day. Shops, restaurants, markets and festivals breathe life into the historic walls, creating a vibrant atmosphere ideal for strolling in Switzerland's largest continuous pedestrian zone.

The town church is the landmark of Winterthurs Old Town.The church was first documented in 1180. After it was burnt down in 1244, it was rebuilt. The interior is home to a striking Baroque organ from the 18th century and enormous frescoes by the Bernese painter Paul Zehnder.
Welcome to Winterthur Old Town, Switzerland's largest continuous pedestrianized zone. In the garden city of Winterthur with its spacious park facilities, cultural events take place outdoors, as well as in the city's renowned cultural institutions.
Around 1180 Winterthur is first mentioned in documents. The Romans called their settlement Vitudurum. Today, Winterthur is the sixth largest city in Switzerland. The heart of the city pulsates with life at all hours of the day. Shops, restaurants, markets and festivals breathe life into the historic walls, creating a vibrant atmosphere ideal for strolling in Switzerland's largest continuous pedestrian zone.

The town church is the landmark of Winterthurs Old Town.The church was first documented in 1180. After it was burnt down in 1244, it was rebuilt. The interior is home to a striking Baroque organ from the 18th century and enormous frescoes by the Bernese painter Paul Zehnder.

Old Town Winterthur

Adresse

Winterthur Tourismus
Im Hauptbahnhof
8401 Winterthur
Tel. +41 (0)52 267 67 00
tourismus@win.ch
www.winterthur-tourismus.ch

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Winterthur
Winterthur
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Camping am Schützenweiher
Camping am Schützenweiher
Winterthur
Depot195
Depot195
Winterthur
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Hiking in the surroundings

Züri Oberland-Höhenweg
Züri Oberland-Höhenweg
Stage 1, Winterthur–Girenbad
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Tössegg-Klettgau-Weg
Tössegg-Klettgau-Weg
Stage 1, Winterthur–Rüdlingen
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Cycling in the surroundings

Rheinfall–Zürcher Oberland
Rheinfall–Zürcher Oberland
Stage 1, Schaffhausen–Pfäffikon ZH
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Mittelland Route
Mittelland Route
Stage 2, Wil (SG)–Kloten
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Studenland-Töss-Römer-Route
Studenland-Töss-Römer-Route
Stage 2, Bülach–Steckborn
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Töss-Jona-Route
Töss-Jona-Route
Stage 1, Eglisau–Turbenthal
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Wyland–Downtown
Wyland–Downtown
Stage 2, Winterthur–Zürich
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Wyland–Downtown
Wyland–Downtown
Stage 1, Stein am Rhein–Winterthur
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Industrie-Veloweg Winterthur
Industrie-Veloweg Winterthur
Route 205, Winterthur–Winterthur
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Biking in the surroundings

Hörnli Bike