I love fall, pumpkins, and Halloween, and no matter where in the world I live, I try my best to celebrate October in full color and costume. So you can imagine how excited I was to find that there is a sprawling farm overlooking Pfäffikersee, that is filled with thousands of pumpkins of various shapes and forms, and you can get there with a direct 30 min train from Zürich 🙂
When I moved to Zürich in January, everyone said – “Oh, you just wait until summer – this city comes alive”.
Tasty restaurants in Zürich, organized by area, and tested by locals or by me.
I purposely added two types of photos to this post: bright and sunny snapshots of an afternoon in wisteria-covered Belvoirpark, and moody green on gray pictures of rainy streets in Kreis 3. It’s a contrast that wasn’t there when I wrote my previous post, but now a month and a half later, I think it’s time to give a proper spring update. If someone asks me, “So how is spring in Zürich?” I will now refer them to this side by side comparison of March and April 😀
I love discovering places in the city that are off the beaten tourist path.
I’ve decided to start a “Zürich places” list. On Instagram I often get questions about what to do in the city. The truth is, I wish I knew more! Between courses, homework, and applications, most of my discovering has been limited to walking – but I’ve managed to explore a few cool spots and I want to share them 🙂 Last weekend we went to the Thermalbad & Spa Zürich.