The SNRI is centrally located in Zurich, a 4-minute walk from Enge train station. The simple, green district of Enge is known for its parks along Lake Zurich, which attract swimmers and sunbathers in summer and are all connected by a famous promenade popular with walkers and cyclists. Popular attractions include the Botanical Garden and Arboretum, the adjacent Seebad Enge swimming area with a lakeside bar and sauna, and the Strandbad Mythenquai facility. Nearby are the landscaped Belvoirpark and Rieterpark.
Rietberg: Museum, Park, Villas and Remise
The Museum Rietberg is a museum for art from Asia, Africa, America and Oceania in Zurich-Enge. It is the only art museum for non-European cultures in Switzerland, the third largest museum in Zurich and the largest museum operated by the city of Zurich itself. The museum is located in the 67,000 square meter Rieterpark and consists of several historic buildings: the Villa Wesendonck, the Remise, the Villa Rieter and the Villa Schönberg.
The church is located on a hilltop and is also clearly visible from the promenade of Lake Zurich. Because of its prominent location and its representative appearance, the Enge church is considered one of the landmarks of the neighborhood.
Belvoir Park is one of the oldest landscaped gardens in the region and the jewel of Zurich’s parks. It is a special place of relaxation with vast meadows, large ponds, old trees and charming, quiet areas. Since 1985, visitors can enjoy the iris and daylily garden with more than 120 different species. Today, the park villa houses the Belvoirpark Hotel School, the Belvoirpark Hotel School and a restaurant. From Belvoirpark you have a magnificent view of the city, the lake and the mountains.
FIFA World Football Museum
The FIFA Museum celebrates the rich cultural heritage of football and its unique ability to connect and inspire people around the globe.