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What you should know about Dietikon

A prosperous city in the Zurich region, Dietikon is a magnet for business. Located 8 miles to the north west of Zurich, it is situated in the Limmat Valley and is supported by excellent transport links into the main city and the airport. For some time away from the hustle and bustle of the city, the beautiful surrounding countryside and deeply forested hills offer an array of outdoor activities, or simply the chance to enjoy a relaxing day outside the city.

Hotels in Dietikon


There are two main hotels in Dietikon, both a conveniently short distance from the train station and well suited to visitors on business. The Sommerau-Ticino Swiss Quality Hotel and the Conti Swiss Quality Hotel both provide restaurants and bars for the evening, conference facilities, laundry services, and free WiFi. The Conti also benefits from a 24-hour front desk—reassuring for seasoned travelers on a tight schedule. The Sommerau-Ticino is a family-run establishment bringing added charm to the hotel. Originating from the Italian-speaking Ticino canton, the distinctive Italian cuisine offered across three restaurants comes highly recommended by guests to this quality hotel in Dietikon.

Things to see in Dietikon


Dietikon’s most popular attraction is the Bruno Weber Sculpture Park overlooking the town from the tree-covered surrounding hills. Filled with fantastical buildings, structures, and sculptures, it was the creation of sculptor-architect Bruno Weber who became fascinated by the interplay between architecture and nature during the rapid industrialization of the Limmat valley below. There are many restaurants in Dietikon, the most outstanding being the Taverne zur Krone. Its high-end menus of modern Swiss cuisine are served against a backdrop of striking modern interior design, including bright tulips stretching up the wall, set within a 300-year-old baroque building. The surrounding Limmat Valley is a designated conservation area and lovers of the outdoors will not be disappointed during their visit to Dietikon. The nature reserve on the banks of the Limmat plays host to rare and endangered wildlife, and the hills and forests are traversed by miles of footpaths for walking, cycling, and horseback riding.

Good for business travelers and lovers of the outdoors


Dietikon is known as a prosperous industrial city. If you are here on business, you will be find amenities to make your stay, hassle-free. In particular, transportation to Zurich is easily accessible. These are continually being developed as this busy city continues to grow. However, there is more to the area than just industry. Just a short distance outside of the city the beautiful countryside offers a wealth of outdoor activity or the opportunity to simply relax and take in the views across Zurich from the hills above.

How to get to Dietikon


There are almost 100 trains between Zurich Main Station (Hauptbahnhof) and Dietikon each weekday on S-Bahn services S3, S12, and S17. The fastest takes 12 minutes to travel to Dietikon, with an average journey time of 16 minutes. Direct trains from Zurich Airport to Dietikon run hourly and take just 17 minutes. This service also continues directly to Basel in approximately one hour. The town is situated on the A3 highway, and travel by car to Zurich city center or to the airport takes approximately 30 minutes.

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