Limat River is located in the old city of Zurich. Its main attractions are churches, bell towers, Notre Dame and the old city business district. From the side near the railway station, through the famous financial street, there are countless treasures from all over the world buried under your feet. At the end of the journey, you can see the beautiful Limat River. The river is clear and there are many bridges connecting the two sides of the river. There are numerous bars, cafes and restaurants on both sides of the Limat River. Men and women, old and young, enjoy the scenery of both sides while drinking leisurely. There are people rowing, swimming and drifting in the river. They are immersed in wonderful poems and paintings.
The Limat River winds out from the end of Zurich's Hubei and then flows through the city centre of Zurich. The city is divided into East and west sides by the Limat River, and also into new cities and old cities. There are labyrinthine lanes connecting them. Cross-strait is a good place to enjoy the scenery, such as St. Peter's Church, Notre Dame Church, etc. There are many yachts moored on the river. There are beautiful scenery along the river. Recreational people enjoy the scenery or sit down to have a cup of coffee.
The Limat River is the heart of Zurich. Several famous churches are around it. My stroll in Zurich begins here. Take a circle along both sides of the river and walk two bridges to Lake Zurich. It's beautiful on a sunny day, and you can climb the cathedral and overlook the whole of Zurich.
The Limat River is drawn from the end of Zurich's Hubei Province and runs through the city centre of Zurich. It has pleasant scenery on both sides and beautiful buildings. Walking along the river, enjoying the swan's water-playing, to the end is the beautiful Zurich Lake.
As Switzerland goes to many rivers, the scenery on both sides is beautiful, and there are many cafes and restaurants on the shore. It's very suitable for leisure. There are also sightseeing boats, which have two long and short routes. 3734 is a half-hour short trip and 3730 is a two-and-a-half-hour long trip. There is only a short distance at the railway station pier. The timetable is shown in Figure 8. The wharf near China Garden has both long and short distances. The timetable is shown in figs. 9 and 10.
The Limat River runs out of Lake Zurich and divides the city into two parts. Most of the core attractions are located on both sides of the Limat River. There are also tourist boats and transport boats in the river. However, Swiss tickets are not free to ride, and additional money is needed.
The river across Zurich is the mother river of Zurich. You can walk along the river to enjoy the ancient buildings of Zurich.
Limat River is a river flowing through the city centre of Zurich. It is a good place to enjoy the beautiful scenery of Zurich. Some sceneries such as St. Peter's Church and Notre Dame's Church are unfolding along the river in turn. Walking along the river bank, blowing gentle River breeze, feeding waterbirds on the river, and enjoying the picturesque scenery are really comfortable.
The Limat River, a river that passes through Zurich, finally flows into Lake Zurich. Walking in the ancient city of Zurich, along the Limat River, you can enjoy the ancient buildings on both sides of the river and sit down for a cup of coffee in the cafe beside the river to enjoy a leisurely afternoon. The river is sparkling in the sunshine. There are many white swans and mallard ducks paddling for food. The water is clear and bottomless. There are fish swimming in the water from time to time. In the distance, there are stone bridges across the banks. There are also tourists stopping to and fro on the bridges. They are like Europe seen in oil paintings.