1. Cuckoo Clock
Everybody loves a cuckoo that is adorable and anticipating the tiny bird’s sign associated with hour striking. The Swiss have contributed their own special touch to its design though most people may believe that the cuckoo clock is a German invention. Swiss cuckoo clocks change from their German counterparts in a way they resemble a normal wood Swiss chalet. Some function St. Bernard dogs, colorful flowers, and individuals dancing in conventional Swiss clothes.
Swiss cuckoo clocks are particularly desired with their top-quality craftsmanship, wonderful music and, needless to say, irresistible charm. Clocks vary in quality and cost, from 392 to 925 CHF for wooden, handmade, pendulum-operated variations, or similar battery-operated people for 365 CHF, offered by Schweizer Heimatwerk. Less costly clocks may be purchased from most souvenir shops in Zurich, including Teddy’s Souvenir shop at Limmatquai 34, open Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 8 pm, Saturdays from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, and Sundays from 10 am to 5 pm. Teddy’s offers a clock that is pendulum-operated as low as 32.80 CHF, and a technical 8-day clock with music for 2,000 CHF.