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How to Get To Lindt Chocolate Factory Zurich

Last Updated on December 12, 2023 by Darla Uhl

The Lindt Home of Chocolate in Zurich has quickly become one of Switzerland’s most popular tourist destinations, attracting numerous visitors since its opening in September 2020. One of its main attractions is the impressive 9.3-meter-high chocolate fountain, which has become a viral sensation on social media. Visitors also enjoy taking the popular chocolate tour. As a result, the Lindt Chocolate factory has become a must-see for anyone visiting Zurich. If you’re wondering how to get to the Lindt Chocolate Factory in Zurich, keep reading this article.

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How to Get from Zurich to Lindt Chocolate Factory

Image of Lindt Chocolate Factory Zurich by TouringSwitzerland.com

Getting to the Lindt Home of Chocolate from Zurich is a breeze. My suggestion is to hop on the S8 train at Zurich Train Station and travel to Wollishofen, then catch the connecting bus to Kilchberg ZH, Lindt & Sprüngli. Keep in mind that there are alternative routes and options available as well.

Here are three ways to reach the Lindt Chocolate Factory from Zurich (updated December 2023):

OptionsDirectionsEstimated Travel Time
Option 1: With S8 Train & Bus1. Take the S8 Train to Pfäffikon SZ (typically from Platform 31).
2. Get off in Zurich Wollishofen.
3. Take Bus 165 to Rüschlikon, Park im Grüene.
4. Get off in Kilchberg ZH, Lindt & Sprüngli.
19 minutes
Option 2: With S24 Train & Bus1. Take the S24 Train to Zug (typically from Platform 4).
2. Get off in Rüschlikon.
3. Take Bus 165 to Zürich, Bürkliplatz.
4. Get off in Kilchberg ZH, Lindt & Sprüngli.
26 minutes
Option 3: With S8 Train & Walk1. Take the S8 Train to Pfäffikon SZ (typically from Platform 31).
2. Get off in Kilchberg ZH.
3. Walk to Lindt Home of Chocolate.
22 minutes
How to Get To Lindt Chocolate Factory Zurich

To walk to Lindt Chocolate Factory from the Kilchberg ZH train station, simply head to Bahnhofstrasse, Bungerstrasse, and Pilgerweg as shown below.

If you would like to read more about the Lindt Chocolate Factory, you can check out our article The Lindt Home of Chocolate in Zurich: What to Expect.

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Darla Uhl is the owner of TouringSwitzerland.com. Her home is in the German-speaking part of Switzerland. Having lived almost 20 years in Switzerland, she's traveled extensively all over the country.

Darla's favorite regions to visit in Switzerland include Engadin, Lake Geneva, Bernese Oberland, Ticino, and Valais. She loves spending time with her family, hiking, visiting museums, and reading books.

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