Street Parade.

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Street Parade – The World’s Largest Techno Party in Zurich (map). During the Street Parade, hundreds of thousands of electronic and techno music fans dance around Zurich’s lake basin.

At 1 p.m. on the dot, the DJs on the Street Parade stages crank up the volume and the party warm up begins. Then at around 2.30 p.m., 30 or so “Love Mobiles” start to make their way along the 2.4-km-long stretch between Seefeld (map) and Hafen Enge (map). The trucks travel at a leisurely pace in amongst the dancing crowds.

 Also сheck оut мore info: Useful information • Program

Most of Zürich’s sites are located within the area on either side of the Limmat, between the Main railway station (map) and Lake Zürich. The churches and houses of the old town are clustered here, as are the most expensive shops along the famous Bahnhofstrasse.

Techno and house rhythms boom from the various stages along the parade route, where people dance in the streets and squares up until midnight. Then the party moves on to Zurich’s clubs until the early hours of the morning.

S-Bahns and buses operate in the Zurich region until 4 a.m. Many special event trains will also be operating to the street parade and back.

Zurich has proportionally more clubs than any other city in Europe. You will find anything from very “fancy” clubs to places you can just chill. If you want, you can go to a club every night. Most of the clubs are located around the Langstrasse and Hardbrücke. The uncommercial platform denkmal.org aggregates published events from all clubs and bars in Zurich and is a good place to look up what’s up.

Zurich is generally easy to get around by bicycle. There are bike lanes marked out in most parts of the city and if you don’t mind the hills, a bike might be a fast and cheap alternative to public transport. The city has an online map service, which can calculate routes for biking and also shows locations of bike parking and pumps.

Züri rollt offers free bike “rental” around the city. To get a free bike, you have to register with your I.D. or passport and pay a refundable deposit.

 

Public transport.

Information about all types of public transport.

ZVV.ch – Zurich public transport. The network includes trams, buses, S-Bahn (suburban trains), cable cars and boats.

Swiss Pass – The “Swiss Pass” is now called the “Swiss Travel Pass.”

Also сheck оut мore info: Getting Around in Zurich (zuerich.com) • Swiss public transportation (myswitzerland.com)

BUS: Swiss PostAuto bus network / + EurolinesFlixbus

TRAIN: SBB-CFF-FFS. + TGV LyriaInterCity Express (*Rail travel in Switzerland)

AIRPORT: The trains depart about every 10-15 minutes, during the day, but less frequently at earlier or later hours. Major international airports: Genève Aéroport • Zurich AirportEuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg.

The city has an online map service, which can calculate routes for biking and also shows locations of bike parking and pumps. Züri rollt offers free bike “rental” around the city. To get a free bike, you have to register with your I.D. or passport and pay a refundable deposit.

Street Parade Official Aftermovie 2022.

Thank you for raving with us. See you next year! Special thanks to our Filmcrew from BLACK FRAME STUDIOS. Soundtrack: Ben Böhmer – Maelstrom • Stephan Jolk – Freedom • Andrea Oliva – Dilemma • Swedish House Mafia – Moth To A Flame (Adratique Remix) • Reinier Zonneveld x HI-LO – Flying Octopus • Reinier Zonneveld – Hard Gaan

video source: StreetParade Zurich / youtube.com /

Useful websites.

Links to additional resources with useful information for planning your trip.

VISAS & IMMIGRATION.

You can visit this website to find comprehensive and up-to-date information on visa requirements, application procedures, forms, fees.

Switzerland Mobility.

Switzerland Mobility is provides information on cycling, mountain biking, rollerblading, and other outdoor activities in Switzerland.

Swiss Museums.

The Swiss Museums Association website provides a directory of museums in Switzerland, allowing you to explore collections and exhibitions.

Welcome to the Swiss Alps! | MySwissAlps.com

Map of Switzerland with points of interest | map.search.ch

Swiss Alpine Club | www.sac-cas.ch

The MySwitzerland app is available for both iOS and Android devices. It offers a wealth of information about Switzerland, including destination guides, maps, event listings, and personalized trip planning features.

Switzerland Mobility is another website that focuses on outdoor activities and recreational routes. It provides information on cycling, mountain biking, rollerblading, and other outdoor activities in Switzerland.

The Swiss Parks website offers insights into Switzerland’s national parks and nature reserves. It provides information on the parks’ landscapes, wildlife, hiking trails, and conservation efforts.

Swiss Food and Culinary Traditions (patrimoineculinaire.ch): To explore the culinary traditions of Switzerland, the Swiss Culinary Heritage Foundation website provides information on traditional Swiss dishes, regional specialties, and food-related events.