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is Zurich a place for me ?

My husband may get a chance with a new job at Zurich . I wonder if Zurich is the place for me.
I am more of a indoor person. I go out once in two days for work and sit with other people to knit . I love to make friend but I am bad at it . I spend most time doing my own thing but I will like to go to downtown to be at a busy street with many people . I love shopping and I find it difficult to fit in country life . I meant when you want to buy something , your have very few options , and the quality , price , service are not competitive . An example is Norway . The so called "downtown " at one whole city is only 20 minutes walk, event it's a big city I am talking about . And the whole city feels so " empty ". You can barely see any people anywhere .

I like place like London . You can live at a quiet peaceful place but if you want to have people around you can go to soho , if you want to spend a whole day shopping you can go to Oxford circus ( spend 4 hours there and you still can't finish all the shops ). And there are all kind of festival you can go to . And if you want to have a lazy day at home . You can order anything you want at home with good return policy .

How's life like at Zurich ? Is more like London or Norway ?
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Re: is Zurich a place for me ?

The city of Zurich has a population the size of Bochum, the 16th largest city in Germany, i.e., it's not London.
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Re: is Zurich a place for me ?

The population of London, is greater than the population of the whole of Switzerland... :roll eyes:

... and in my opinion (I'm sure others will dis-agree) the shopping is terrible. The prices are high, the choice is low & internet shopping is almost non-existent compared to the UK. Apart from H&M here, I shop in the UK for clothes.
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My husband may get a chance with a new job at Zurich . I wonder if Zurich is the place for me.
I am more of a indoor person. I go out once in two days for work and sit with other people to knit . I love to make friend but I am bad at it . I spend most time doing my own thing but I will like to go to downtown to be at a busy street with many people . I love shopping and I find it difficult to fit in country life . I meant when you want to buy something , your have very few options , and the quality , price , service are not competitive . An example is Norway . The so called "downtown " at one whole city is only 20 minutes walk, event it's a big city I am talking about . And the whole city feels so " empty ". You can barely see any people anywhere .

I like place like London . You can live at a quiet peaceful place but if you want to have people around you can go to soho , if you want to spend a whole day shopping you can go to Oxford circus ( spend 4 hours there and you still can't finish all the shops ). And there are all kind of festival you can go to . And if you want to have a lazy day at home . You can order anything you want at home with good return policy .

How's life like at Zurich ? Is more like London or Norway ?
Zurich is a relatively small city but it is a city and it doesnt resemble to a quiet little Norwegian town but the suburbs around Zurich lake, which do resemble to said little town, have more to offer in terms of housing (remember, if you are going to spend a lot of time at home you better like it) and the public transportation is great, you could be only 20 minutes away from the big city.
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The population of London, is greater than the population of the whole of Switzerland... :roll eyes:
Given that she asked if it was like London or Norway (i.e. the whole country), I guess she's aware of the comparison re size...
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My husband may get a chance with a new job at Zurich . I wonder if Zurich is the place for me.
I am more of a indoor person. I go out once in two days for work and sit with other people to knit . I love to make friend but I am bad at it . I spend most time doing my own thing but I will like to go to downtown to be at a busy street with many people . I love shopping and I find it difficult to fit in country life . I meant when you want to buy something , your have very few options , and the quality , price , service are not competitive . An example is Norway . The so called "downtown " at one whole city is only 20 minutes walk, event it's a big city I am talking about . And the whole city feels so " empty ". You can barely see any people anywhere .

I like place like London . You can live at a quiet peaceful place but if you want to have people around you can go to soho , if you want to spend a whole day shopping you can go to Oxford circus ( spend 4 hours there and you still can't finish all the shops ). And there are all kind of festival you can go to . And if you want to have a lazy day at home . You can order anything you want at home with good return policy .

How's life like at Zurich ? Is more like London or Norway ?
There are many other bored housewives here and they seem to find plenty of time for shopping during the day, so I wouldn't worry too much. The only difference is that the prices here are higher than the UK so your husband may notice the difference on his credit card bill.
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Given that she asked if it was like London or Norway (i.e. the whole country), I guess she's aware of the comparison re size...
Can't work out whether I should respond to the OP with:
Switzerland is more like Norway - you'll hate it unless you have oodles of money and can afford to trawl Bahnhofstrasse.

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Zurich is the most amazing city in the world - you should definitely move there. And after a couple of days post 30 threads on here about why everything is better from where you previously lived.

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This is a forum - you'll get a dozen different answers saying it is great or crap. Switzerland is not the US or the UK, and if you value you certain elements of that way of life above the elements that Switzerland holds higher you'll struggle. Switzerland is in the centre of Europe so it is perfectly possible to do a days shopping in Milan by taking the train!
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My husband may get a chance with a new job at Zurich . I wonder if Zurich is the place for me.
I am more of a indoor person. I go out once in two days for work and sit with other people to knit . I love to make friend but I am bad at it . I spend most time doing my own thing but I will like to go to downtown to be at a busy street with many people . I love shopping and I find it difficult to fit in country life . I meant when you want to buy something , your have very few options , and the quality , price , service are not competitive . An example is Norway . The so called "downtown " at one whole city is only 20 minutes walk, event it's a big city I am talking about . And the whole city feels so " empty ". You can barely see any people anywhere .

I like place like London . You can live at a quiet peaceful place but if you want to have people around you can go to soho , if you want to spend a whole day shopping you can go to Oxford circus ( spend 4 hours there and you still can't finish all the shops ). And there are all kind of festival you can go to . And if you want to have a lazy day at home . You can order anything you want at home with good return policy .

How's life like at Zurich ? Is more like London or Norway ?
It's pretty much like Norway, but with more varieties of cheese for sale.
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I wonder if Zurich is the place for me.

Anywhere can be "the place for you" if you accept it for what it is and give up trying to fit it into other boxes. Zurich is neither London nor Norway. It isn't even Glarus or Schwyz. It's unique and the only way you'll ever know whether you enjoy living there is by living there and taking it on its own terms.


Maybe the shopping won't be as good as that in London, but there are plenty of pleasant side streets to wander round, lots of history to explore, and, of course, an entire mountain range to look at just a short train ride away. You've got less chance of being gobbed on by unpleasant young people in tracksuits, and more chance of finding the supermarket closed when you've run out of bread. The weather is better than that of Norway, but there aren't any fjords and gjetost is hard to find. Also, walking in the woods is safer as Alpine trolls are more placid than their Nordic cousins.


Come on over for a visit and keep an open mind. It's not a bad city, as long as you're not expecting New York or Paris.
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Come on over for a visit and keep an open mind. It's not a bad city, as long as you're not expecting New York or Paris.
It might also be worth noting that New York isn't Paris nor is it London nor is London Paris.

In general people speak foreign in Zurich - which is not to be confused with the foreign they speak in Geneva or the foreign they speak in Lugano. They also speak another type of foreign in some mountain communities but they also speak a second foreign. Due to immigration many people in Zurich speak foreign as a second language and the language they speak at home is also foreign.

But do a spare a minute for them though, as you'll be speaking foreign to them
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Lived and worked in London. Would I go back- never!
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I will like to go to downtown to be at a busy street with many people .
You just missed it. Midnight on New Year's Eve for the fireworks in Zürich. Next date is Basel, 4 a.m. on 15th February. (Moorgestraich). If you don't fancy going to Basel - mind you, there are extra trains running just after 2 a.m. specially for the poor homesick Basler exiles who live in Zürich to get to the event - there is another 'busy street' event in Zürich on Saturday, 13th August.

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Re: is Zurich a place for me ?

Based on your description of your likes and dislikes, I am not certain Zürich will be your cup of tea. If you like cities like London, various options for shopping, competitive prices, and more of a city life in general, Zürich just isn't in that same playing field. If you are more of a nature and outdoorsy kind of person, (you think of taking walks/hikes in the woods in your free time, doing sports, etc.), then this is the place for you. But you don't seem to be that kind of person, so....
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As I loathe shopping and find Zürich far too 'big city' for my tastes, I suppose I am not one to ask. But my 2p/5Rp nonetheless:

London is an short, inexpensive flight away. Many people find that a quieter life in Zürich with regular London breaks to fill up on whatever they are missing here makes for a good compromise.

And after a while, the need for the London getaway seems to diminish a bit...
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It's pretty much like Norway, but with more varieties of cheese for sale.
I respectfully disagree. The only thing I think Norway and Switzerland have in common is natural beauty, but the culture and people in Norway are totally different from the Swiss.

Norwegians are extremely fun, open and friendly. As a foreigner living their for over a year, it was easy to meet Norwegians and integrate into their circles. It can get dark there of course over the winter, but that didn't matter because the people were so laid back, approachable and nice. The Swiss (Germans) are not really open, not as interested (in general) in mingling with foreigners, and sorry to say it, boring. There are always exceptions of course, but having lived here 10 years, I think I can make that general observation.
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The Swiss (Germans) are not really open, not as interested (in general) in mingling with foreigners, and sorry to say it, boring. There are always exceptions of course, but having lived here 10 years, I think I can make that general observation.

Funny, I've been here ten years too and have found the complete opposite.
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My husband may get a chance with a new job at Zurich . I wonder if Zurich is the place for me.
I am more of a indoor person. I go out once in two days for work and sit with other people to knit . I love to make friend but I am bad at it . I spend most time doing my own thing but I will like to go to downtown to be at a busy street with many people . I love shopping and I find it difficult to fit in country life . I meant when you want to buy something , your have very few options , and the quality , price , service are not competitive . An example is Norway . The so called "downtown " at one whole city is only 20 minutes walk, event it's a big city I am talking about . And the whole city feels so " empty ". You can barely see any people anywhere .

I like place like London . You can live at a quiet peaceful place but if you want to have people around you can go to soho , if you want to spend a whole day shopping you can go to Oxford circus ( spend 4 hours there and you still can't finish all the shops ). And there are all kind of festival you can go to . And if you want to have a lazy day at home . You can order anything you want at home with good return policy .

How's life like at Zurich ? Is more like London or Norway ?
Based on what you wrote. Getting a place in the city of Zurich will suit you. Maybe not in the centre. K3 near albisgütli. Or up in the hill by meirhofplatz. You will have greenry. Quiet neighbourhoods. Tram and bus connections to take you in the city. You will see people, but on the streets you will not be bumping into any. Maybe on rush hour in the transport system. You will have options for a lot of cafes to sit by yourself and do your own thing.

London is huge compared to Zürich. I would say closer to Norway in comparison. But Zürich has it's own charm. First come here for 2 weeks and have a look.
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Wool delivery from Ice Yarns is extremely quick to Switzerland
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Since my latest birthday (some would argue about that, but a decade here and there doesn't make much of a difference) I developed a certain mistrust and cynicism towards some newbies.
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I smell troll.
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Yes, yes yes!!!!
It strikes me that you're a good combination of private and sociable, and still like to get 'lost' in a big city.

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Back in the 80's, there used to be a Patons wool shop in every town and city in the U.K. In Zurich, you will still find an abundance of wool and craft shops, and plenty of local knitting circle groups that meet once or twice a week. If you make even the slightest attempt to speak to a Swiss person (when they're not busy working), I've found that they will happily correct your pronounciation and it strikes me that you will appreciate their naturally reserved nature.

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I meant when you want to buy something , your have very few options , and the quality , price , service are not competitive .
It can feel like that at times, but there's always a bargain to be had if you put the effort in and it becomes a (happy) challenge. It took me 7 weeks to find menthol cigarette filters as there's only one shop in the entire city that sells them. I'm still searching for anti-bacterial Dettol kitchen cleaner and HP sauce.

In the U.K., I rarely went to secondhand and charity shops, but the Brockis in Zurich are a completely different kettle of fish and I've spent quite a bit in them.

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I like place like London . You can live at a quiet peaceful place but if you want to have people around you can go to soho , if you want to spend a whole day shopping you can go to Oxford circus ( spend 4 hours there and you still can't finish all the shops ). And there are all kind of festival you can go to . And if you want to have a lazy day at home . You can order anything you want at home with good return policy .
Bahnhoffstrasse is Zurich's Oxford Street and there's some great shopping to be had...but then you turn a corner and find a myriad of beautiful back streets and squares that remind you you're in Switzerland.

A week after we arrived, I upset my other half by saying Zurich is like Manchester on Lake Windermere Obviously, it's not, but imagine walking down Oxford Street and finding a much larger version of Lake Windermere at the bottom of the street.

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How's life like at Zurich ? Is more like London or Norway ?
It's definitely not London because the transport system is far superior It's more Chelsea than Soho...unless you wander down certain sections of Langstrasse at night On the whole, Zurich is more charming and manageable than London.
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