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Day and night, over 100 restaurants, bars, and shops bring together both locals and visitors.

In the morning

Zermatt village is fully walkable. If you’re heading out for some shopping then Bahnhofstrasse, and its adjacent narrow alleys, are brimming with shops, bakeries and bars. There are plenty of high-end jewellery, watch and clothes shops to explore, plus multiple hiking and skiing equipment stores.

In the afternoon

Hot chocolates and aperitifs are everywhere in Zermatt and can be enjoyed under winter heaters or summer sun. A bit away from the village - but a nice trip by foot or gondola to Furi - is Bergrestaurant Blatten. This is a great place surrounded by meadows and mountain views.

For skiers, hikers and bikers, Chez Vrony or Findlerhof in the Findeln are unique on-mountain spots for a casual beer or glass of wine.

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In the evening

In Zermatt, après-ski and nightlife generally end up melting into each other.

In winter, and on the way down to the village, you can stop with your skis at Henu Stall. In the village itself, other noteworthy après-ski, après-bike or après-hike spots include Café Snowboat and Papperla Pub. Cervo restaurant also features a great outdoor patio, cosy indoor lounge and live music.

If you’re heading out for dinner then you’re spoilt for choice in Zermatt. The town has a huge variety of restaurants both in terms of food and style. From laid-back local favourites to Michelin star fine dining.

Being so close to Italy there’s a distinct Italian influence in the local cuisine, but you’ll find Swiss specialities on many of the menus too. Classics include fondue - Swiss-melted cheese ready to envelop cubes of bread or potatoes - and rösti - the ultimate Swiss mountain meal of pan-fried grated potatoes topped with delicious cheese, eggs, ham, tomatoes, bacon, and/or whatever you wish!

Looking for a dance floor after drinks or dinner? Head to venues like Vernissage, Broken, or Club Mamacita.

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