September Things To Do

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As summer comes to an end and temperatures begin to cool down, it’s time to start thinking “fall.”  Get ready to work on your Autumn wardrobe, check out seasonal events, and of course, find the best gin in town.

Roll Out of Summer on Two Wheels!..  Fall is the perfect season to ride bikes.  No pollen, less heat, and the smell of Autumn just around the corner.  Rent a bike at Züri Rollt. Best part is, the bikes are free and you only have to leave a CHF 20 deposit. The bikes can be rented all year long at the Hauptbahnhof -Velostation.

Try a New Restaurant. Coffee Shack hosts NightMarkt, a Japanese BBQ Pop-Up open through September. Order up plates of Yakitori & cocktails and have fun swapping stories of the summer that’s gone by.

What a Feeling! Follow the journey and get inspired by the unforgettable story of Alex, welder by day and dancer by night, who follows her dreams and loves against all odds. You’ll be a maniac to miss “Flashdance – The Musical” which is coming to Zurich with it’s full UK Cast 19 September – 7 October. Book Tickets Here.

Find your Go To Coffee…There are so so many cafes in Zürich but only a few that totally give us that coffee, comfort food fix we crave in Autumn.  Check out Babus Bakery and Coffehouse. Conveniently located on Löwenstrasse, you can find all sorts of goodies like pancakes, eggs with bacon, bagels, and porridge.

Upgrade Your Olive Oil…Olea Florens hosts an olive oil experience at Buonvini Wine Bar. The Puglian producer was named “best olive mill in Italy for 2018” and invites you to discover their high-end oil guaranteed to sizzle up your salad.

Sign Up for an Unforgettable Workout Experience…with Alexander Martinez.  If you have an interest in Zumba, TRX, Bootcamp or Personal Training, one visit to his Studio is all you need to send your endorphins skyrocketing. Get your sweat on!

Laugh a Little. Cry a Little… Head on over to Theater STOK to watch three one act plays by Zurich Comedy Club September 4-8. The three plays include: Lunch Hour by John Mortimer; One For the Road by Harold Pinter and Politics in the Park by Iain Heggie.

Meet Other Women Living in Zurich…We’re hosting a fun & informative Girls Night Out, a Gin Tasting. Many women come alone and leave with friends…plus a new knowledge of Gin!

Cooler Temperatures Call for Warmer Water!…  Check out Schinznach Bad in canton Aargau (35 minutes from Zurich by car). While there, add on a massage at their spa, shop their beauty products at their salon and enjoy a day relaxing in the thermal baths.


For more ideas check out our Events Calendar

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