Everything a traveller needs, all in one place. This old and charming railway station is quite modern on the inside, extending both on and under the ground.
It was built in 1871 in neo-Renaissance style as the second railway station in Zurich after the first one was closed due to being too small.
Apart from train-related information (which is very well organised and allows you to find what you look for very quickly), the station houses a shopping mall. You can find anything here: hairdressers, clothes stores, groceries, drugstores, bookshops, even dentists. Although the station is among the busiest in the world, it's also one of the best ones regarding efficiency and availability of services.
There are not many seats in the building because they were replaced by trash bins. In case you plan to go somewhere by taxi, prepare some cash - the drivers often refuse credit cards.
Phone +41 900 300 300
Address 1 Löwenstrasse Passage, Zürich 8001, Switzerland
Coordinates 47°22'41.163" N 8°32'21.709" E