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How safe is Zurich at night?
Zurich is known as one of the world's safest cities - but a new poll shows residents still avoid some areas at night. Zurich is known as one of the safest cities in Europe – and perhaps even the world. However, Zurich residents say there are still some areas they try to avoid at night.
Does Zurich have a red light district?
Langstrasse (literally "long street") is a street and quarter in district 4 in Zürich. It is notorious as Zürich's red light district, with an above-average crime rate, drug dealing and brothels. It is also the most overtly multicultural spot in Zürich, with a rate of 42% foreign residents, among the highest in Zürich.
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Prostitution in Switzerland is legal and regulated; it has been legal since 1942. Trafficking, forcing people into prostitution and most forms of pimping are illegal. Licensed brothels, typically with a reception and leading to several studio apartments, are available.
Yes, the area is safe both day and night time. The only real threat in the area is pickpocketing. Due to the area being crowded with tourists and a lot of distraction, the area is very popular among pickpockets. What are the rules of the Red Light District?
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In Switzerland, it is common courtesy to not flush your toilet between 10pm and 7am as it may lead to disturbance during people's allocated sleeping time. Even though this is not a blanket ban or government-mandated, landlords in Switzerland are given a free reign to set their own house rules.
If you are coming by car outside the city, please note that you cannot drive all the way up to Uetliberg. You can park near one of the S10 train stops, like Uitikon Waldegg or Ringlikon, and take the train from there (or walk up).