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The trolley bus was old, noisy and shaky rather than romantic..
The driver was friendly. We came out of the bus twice. 10 minutes each. Besides the lake and Fraumunster Church. Beautiful Chagall windows. FYI, it is not allowed to take photos in the church.
Recorded guide provides you good insight of the city. However you cannot experience the charm that an experienced guide person can give. Choose this tour if you need a quick overview of the city.
Tour is quite good, however, sitting in the back side of the trolley and the windows having the vinyl material and being rolled down, quite hard to see and enjoy the sceneries, as well as hard to take pictures.
Ideal if you're only in Zurich for a short time, it gives a taste of this beautiful city. The information is given via headphones in several languages, so if you're looking for a live guide, this may not be the tour for you.
A great way to see Zurich when one has limited time. Very informative commentary which covers a wide radius of the city. Value for money.
Good for a quick overview of the city and plenty of opportunities to stop and take photos. The second half of the tour was a bit dry though after seeing most of the sights earlier.
Fairl basic tour of the town, we only had a few hours to spare so it filled the gap.
Languages were multi lingual via headsets which is better than one guide going over the same thing in 5 languages
The trip was by and large enjoyable. However, it would have been nicer had the trolley stopped at a location giving a better view of the Zurich lake. We took the morning trip due to our flight schedule, but would recommend to take the afternoon trip.
Sandeep, Kuala Lumpur
Good sightseeing tour. Headphones could have been better. Worth bringing and using your own headphones.
I may have given it five stars if I'd been allowed to complete the trip. Half way in after the second stop, I returned well before the 10 minutes alloted to see the tram leaving without me. I'd arrived in the city only 2 hours earlier. Fortunately I had a Zurich Card and can read German, so was able to find my way back. The trip was less than 50% full and I was the only white older single traveller.