en route with an e-tuk-tuk
Enjoy the feeling of an Asian street - but much quieter. The e-tuk-tuk in which you ride through Zurich is completely electric, which makes it environmentally friendly and more or less silent too. The vehicle is covered, but depending on the weather passengers are recommended to wear a warm, windproof jacket. The rickshaw, as the tuk-tuk is more properly known, has its origins in Japan and consists of a small waggon pulled by hand or bicycle. Today the motorised tuk-tuk is widely used in many Asian cities.
Dine on the way
Enjoy a delicious lunch or dinner while you are being driven through Zurich. Thanks to the tuk-tuk's ingenious table construction, you have plenty of legroom and space to eat. You can choose between a cheese fondue and a "hot stone" (200 g Swiss steak with French fries and salad). A bottle of white or red wine per table is included in the meal.
A special kind of business lunch
Surprise your colleages, business partners, or customers with a extraordinary business meal in a tuk-tuk. There's space for four people in one vehicle, and 6 tuk-tuks can be rented at the same time for a journey with up to 24 people.
See also:Tuk-tuk trip through Zurich »
Size of group
2 to 24 people
all year round
Lunchtimes and evenings.
Mid-October to mid-February: Monday to Saturday.
Mid-February to mid-October: Monday to Friday.
|incl. 7.7% VAT|
Included in the price
|-||City round trip by tuk-tuk|
|-||Guide or chauffeur|
|-||cheese fondue or hot stone|
|-||Wine (one bottle per table)|
|-||Surprise at the end of the journey|
|-||Return travel costs|