The Limmat (Limmat) is a major river in Zurich, Switzerland. The river leads from the northern tip of Zurich, then flows through the center of Zurich, then flows 35 kilometers to the northwest, and finally flows into the Aare River, Limmat The river is located to the north of Brugge, Switzerland, not far from the mouth of the Reuss River.
Limmat, Zurich's mother river. It flows from the north end of Zurich, flows from the southeast to northwest through the city center of Zurich, and flows into the Aare River after 35 kilometers. Tall buildings abound on both sides of the Limmat River, and 3 famous churches, city halls and other landmark buildings are concentrated here. It is a beautiful enjoyment to spend half a day enjoying the scenery on both sides of the strait by walking or boating. Walking ~ Follow the trails on both sides of the Limmat River, sometimes stop by the riverside to take pictures, sometimes cross the bridges, enjoy the multi-angle scenery in the middle of the bridges, sometimes hang out in the row of cafes and bars, and finally cross the crisscross Going to the next attraction in the alleys of the city, you can do more with one stone. Boat Tour~ Take a water bus at the riverside pier, leisurely watching the shadows of the buildings on both sides of the river and the reflection in the river, watching the countless yachts and playing water birds in the river, and experiencing the unique style of Zurich, it is not pleasant.
Passing through the main rivers in downtown Zurich, most of the attractions in the city are on both sides of the river. When you go around, you are basically by the river. The distance is very close. The scenery is still beautiful. It is too suitable for walking here when the weather is good. Up