On the streets of the old city, you can take a look at Voltaire Restaurant - the birthplace of Dadaism.
Soon you will be able to see the railway station again. But you don't come back, you cross the river from the bridge, and then we'll get to the old city. Niederdorfstr is a pub area in Zurich. It's all paved with small square stones. It's simple and nostalgic. Restaurants, bars, clubs, cinemas and so on are all concentrated here, and they are very lively all day long. You can walk around, stop, or sit in a roadside cafe. Nearby there is a Predigerkirche, 97 meters, the tallest Church in Zurich, which belongs to Baroque architecture. The monastery attached to the church caught fire in 1887 and was rebuilt and now used as a central library.
Niedeldorf is the most famous street in Zurich's old city. Many boutiques are hidden in the crisscross narrow streets and become a shopping paradise for treasure takers. The old street has a long history. It is paved with pebbles. There are many old houses. History has given the street too much details. Even many fashionable young people like to live here.