Bus hire in Zurich
The largest city in Switzerland with currently almost 403.000 inhabitants is a perfect destination for a day or weekend trip, especially from Germany. Day trips To Zurich, for example, from the south of Germany can be realized in only a few hours per round trip. Also from northern Germany takes the respective arrival only insignificantly longer.
Zurich is a rewarding destination in many ways, especially for groups and their joint activities. The time-honored city on the Limmat River and the scenic Lake Zurich offers a wealth of interesting destinations, attractions and recreational opportunities, as well as numerous regular events worth seeing, natural and cultural monuments.
A bus rental to Zurich is also really easy to implement thanks to the good connection of the city to the Swiss motorways A1 (Geneva / St. Gallen), A3 (Basel / Chur) and A4 (Winterthur / Lucerne). Even within the nearly 92 km² large urban area you move with one for one Group travel rented bus fast and convenient. All of the new tunnels opened in 2009 (Aeschertunnel, Uetlibergtunnel, Islisberg tunnel) have significantly and noticeably made the traffic in the city, which at times has been rather tenacious, noticeably smoother.
The journey is the destination: reasons for a bus trip
In addition, participants can be sociable bus ride to Zurich already on the way to make many nice trips on the way or in the surrounding area of the canton of Zurich. Is the arrival with the Reisebus about Freiburg im Breisgau and Basel, attracts the 245 km² large Jurassic Park Aargau northwest of Zurich with the waterfall in Sagimühlitäli, the mine museum in Herznach and the Dinosaur Museum in Frick.
Also in the northwest of the city is the Zurich Unterland, a nationally known and popular leisure and tourism region. Here you can visit, for example, the pleasantly rural Zurich wine country, the historic old towns of Eglisau and Bülach and the bird sanctuary in the Neeracherried.
If the fun bus trip to Zurich takes you via Tübingen, Villingen-Schwenningen and Singen (Hohentwiel), you should definitely visit the impressive Rhine Falls near the communities of Neuhausen am Rheinfall (Canton Schaffhausen) and Laufen-Uhwiesen (Canton Zurich) near Schaffhausen pay. Not far away, but at least as worth seeing is the community Stein am Rhein, including the outlet of the mighty stream from Lake Constance. The well-kept town is also a well-known tourist destination because of the numerous medieval buildings in the center.
Zurich's Old Town holds many historic attractions
Once with the rented bus Once in Zurich, after arriving at the hotel or holiday home, you can take a long walk through the historic old town on either side of the Limmat. Here you will find the ever-lively Central Square with the main train station and the shopping mall "Shopville", which is almost 17.000 m² in size and just a few steps away, with 160 shops.
Also within walking distance are the renaissance-style 1694 to 1698 built old town hall, the Romanesque Grossmünster from the 14. Century and the magnificent guild houses on the Limmatquai. From a tower of the imposing sacred building you have a fantastic view over the entire old town and the river. At Neumarkt you can visit the city archives for a detailed model of the medieval town. In Spiegelgasse, before the outbreak of the October Revolution, Lenin's most important initiator lived for a time.
If the members of the group travel are already feeling a bit hungry or thirsty after so much culture, the Zurich Niederdorf ("Niederdörfli") in the district of the city hall with its many pubs, cafés and snack bars offers relief. There are also numerous bars, cinemas and restaurants in the entertainment district known throughout Switzerland.
There is something to do here all year round
From a group size of already 15 persons surprisingly cheap offers of a bus rental for Zurich are also gladly used for visits to the numerous regular events in the city. Particularly popular is, for example, the spring festival "Sechseläuten" mid / end of April, in which the large straw doll of the legendary figure "Böögg" is ritually burned on the Sechseläutenplatz.
The large Technoparade "Street Parade" on Lake Zurich is always well attended in mid-August and the traditional folk festival "Knabenschießen" every year in mid-September at the Albisgüetli shooting range. Other popular festivals in the summer are the largest European Latin festival "Caliente" in the district of Langstrasse in June or July, the music festival "Live at Sunset" on the Dolder ice rink on Adlisberg in the district of Hottingen in July and the short film festival "Slam-Movie-Night "In May / June. Hire a cheap bus from a bus company for Zurich with like-minded people and have the opportunity to visit numerous sporting events.
A highlight in the calendar for football fans are certainly the derbies between the two city rivals FC Zurich and Grasshopper Club Zurich, for which you should, however, due to the great demand necessarily secure on time tickets.
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
Of course, if you rent a coach with driver, you will be picked up directly from your desired location.
An optimal group size for school trips is approx. 49 persons. If you are a small group, you can still make a non-binding offer.