|Taxi 1hour Waiting||$55.69|
|Utilities (Electricity, Heating, ...) for medium apartment||$222.74|
|Apartment (3 bedrooms) outside of centre||$3 897.98|
|Local cheese (1kg)||$21.16|
|Loaf of white bread||$3.53|
|Local draught beer||$6.68|
|Monthly Pass (local transport)||$100.23|
|1 Pair of men leather shoes||$139.21|
|Imported beer at restaurant||$6.13|
Zug is a small German-speaking town in Zurich. It is located in the Canton of Zug and is its capital. The place has a lot to offer you; thus, will surely not disappoint you as a tourist. A sunset over Lake Zug is to be cherished forever, and so is the artistry in light in the railway station created by James Turrell. The caves at Baar are equally mesmerizing. Even if you do not visit any tourist spot, simply taking a leisurely stroll in the idyllic surroundings of Zug is enough to rejuvenate your mind.
Get cheap flights to Zug to see its castle museum which is a part Zug’s cultural-historic collection. Here, you will get to see historic rooms, the courtyard which overlooks St. Oswald Church, garden, the room of the Knights for kids, the “talking” model that speaks about the development of the town etc.
The Clock Tower is another popular attraction in Zug. With a height of 52 m, it raises above all the other towns in the city. This imposing structure was built by the famous architect Hans Felder Senior between 1478 and 1480. The lower part of the tower was built as a passage-way through the Town Hall.
The Town Hall was built between 1505 and 1509 in a gothic style of architecture. Its ground floor was originally used as a market place. Today, on the top floor, there is a council hall which is a Gothic, wood-paneled room with fabulous carvings.
St. Oswald’s Church is another reason you should take cheap flights to Zug. The foundation stone of this late-gothic church was laid on May 18, 1478, by the common people of Zug under the supervision of Hans Felder. The construction of this single-nave church was finished within five years and was extended to a basilica of three-nave by mid 16th century.
The Museum of Prehistory in Zug is extremely appealing to the young as well as the old. Apart from displaying objects within glass cases, it also provides audio-visual descriptions of the pre-historic age, Ice Age, New Stone Age etc. The scale model belonging to the Bronze Age is the highlight of the museum.