The one behind the Grossmünster [Big Cathedral], in the crossing with the Kirchgasse. You might remember from previous posts, Felix, Regula and Exuperantius, the patron saints of Zürich. They were decapitated close to fountain number 106, miraculously stood on their feet, picked up their own … Continue reading →
The one in Niederdorfstrasse, right in front of Tasca Romero. Very typisch spanisch, according to the natives. Actually, it almost feels like an old tapas bar. Other than this, it is typical Niederdorf territory – shops, restaurants, red light windows…
The one in Central, in one of the most important junctions in town, a few hundred meters away from the Hauptbahnhof. Central used to called Leonhardplatz, after the St. Leonhard chapel. It was not until 1883, when the Central Hotel was built … Continue reading →
The one in Ankengasse, right next to Kafi Schoffel, in a small street of the Niederfdorf Actually, I am starting to believe that most good places in Zurich have a fountain next to it…. The thing is that I never … Continue reading →
The one in the cross of Kirchgasse and Obere Zäune. It is almost hidden in a quiet little corner, in between bigger fountains, representative buildings and gardens. A life-saver in a hot Summer day like today….
The one in Nägelihof, one of my favorite corners in Zurich for a number of reasons. It is a quiet, almost secretive square in the otherwise busy Niederdorf. To find it, either you have to be very lost or know exactly where … Continue reading →