The grocery stores in Switzerland are usually closed on Sundays except for the ones at the main train stations and airports as well as at the petrol stations.
Swiss grocery stores
- Migros does not sell any alcohol - special brand “Migros Budget” which is quite cheap. Migros (only german, french, italian)
- special brand “Prix garantie” which is quite cheap Coop
- owned by Migros - cheaper than Migros and Coop - sells alcohol Denner (only german, french, italian)
German grocery stores
Kalandarplatz 1, Kreis 2 link
- shopping center - cinema - restaurant - clubs (Papiersaal)
Reachable with tram 13(Sihlcity Nord) or train S4 (Saalsporthalle Sihlcity)
Neue Winterthurerstr. 99, Wallisellen link
Shopping Centre a bit outside the city in Wallisellen.
Geroldstrasse 17 Kreis 5
Freitag is a Zurich brand, founded in 1994, that produces all kind of bags. From wallets through laptop skins to backpacks. The bags are made of recycled truck tarpaulins and hence are quite tough. This makes every bag unique. The Freitag shop in Zurich, located next to the Hardbrücke station, is built from old shipping containers stacked up to a tower of 30 meters height. Climbing it (it's free) gives you a nice view on industrial Zurich. link
Most affordable way to travel in Zürich is to get yourself a second hand bike. Bikes start around 200 - 250 CHF, but older bikes keep their value and can be sold again for a similar price.
A second hand store is called Brockenhaus in german. You can buy all kinds of things: furniture, books, music, cloths and many more things: