Rosenberg Hotel

Address: Rosenbergstrasse 33, Zug, Zug, 6300, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rosenbergstrasse 33, Zug, is near Anna Goldi Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Zug

Lucerne - Zurich D1

A travel blog entry by lakssmitha on Apr 15, 2014

... We then set on covering our itineraries - walked across the Limmat River to Bahnhofstrasse. The most expensive and beautiful shopping street in the world. After walking alone one side we reached the main train station and then walked back towards the Zurich lake on the other end. The whole Banhoffstrasse is 1.2km. All the major brands are represented and the shops are liked paved with high street. Like what the book says - u need a gold plated ...

Days 140 - 143: Switzerland- Zermatt, Lucerne, Zug

A travel blog entry by djmorton on Sep 27, 2013

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... join the old town with the new. Considering that we arrived at 6pm last night and left for Zug at lunch time the following day, I'm pretty impressed with how much we jammed into a short period time. With only 4 nights in Switzerland we are always on the move. It is such a stunning country. The only thing I could criticise about it is it church bells. In most countries they go off for a minute or so. Not here, at least 5 mins each time, every 15 minutes.


Top Six Things You Can Do in Zurich

A travel blog entry by anni.johnson on Jan 04, 2013

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... Bahnhof Strasse makes it a mesmerizing spot.

3) Rote Fabrik: It is a great cultural center of Zurich and is hub for parties, concerts and many festivals. Most of the music here is non-mainstream or 'indie'. It also has a restaurant, theatre and a bar. It is also located just besides a lake!

4) Drink some culture: Maiers theatre is famous ...

Zug - wowee

A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Aug 27, 2012

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... lake that wasn't too far away (had enough of long journeys!) so decided on a place called Zug.

On exiting the train we wandered round the station looking for where to go n stumbled outside. Down one street I could just about make out some water so we figured we'd take a stroll down to have a better look.

Wow. We were greeted by the most breath taking sight of a stunning lake glistening in the sun, backed ...

Relaxed and having fun in Zug, Swtierzerland

A travel blog entry by birrell on Jun 01, 2012

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... The brass band was
playing rollicking music with huge enthusiasm. Really fun to watch
and listen to. We were tempted by some beautiful glass, but it was
SO expensive - and even though today was my birthday we resisted
spending. Which reminds me of a rather funny situation which
occurred at breakfast. Claudia and her mother had greeted me with
happy birthday at breakfast, then her father came in from the farm

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