Cafes can be found all over Zurich and are excellent places to relax, drink, people watch and make new friends. This seems most evident in Zurich, the country's most cosmopolitan city, where Swiss Germans have developed their own style, one that owes plenty to their Latin confreres. The cosy, comfy space serves some plus cocktails adorned with fruit, umbrellas and glow-sticks as per the general more-is-more aesthetic — Pom pom boys and Black-out are two tried and tested house favourites. Thanks to the smarts and efforts of Switzerland's progressive gay and lesbian politicians and activists, Zurich stands to become still less polluted, more efficient, more relaxed and a lot sexier. This article appeared in the Guide Magazine July print edition. Other cities. Gay Tips.
ZVV operates the public transit system for Zurich with S-Bahn trains, buses, trams and boats to get you around; even a funicular and cable car.
Magnusbar Magnusstrasse 29men-only bar, dark room, naked and jackoff parties, special fetish events -- open Thursday through Sunday. The Upcoming Christmas Destination of As in most places, such easy living has been hard fought and won.
Accommodations Hotel Adler Rosengasse 10a charming, comfortable medium-priced 3-star option on Hirschenplatz, free breakfast in their fine restaurant included with room.