Peerless quality of life in the heart of Switzerland

Town of Zug

Switzerland is located at the very heart of Europe and Zug is situated in the centre of Switzerland. A vibrant economic hub, the town also enjoys proximity to nature as well as numerous leisure facilities and cultural activities. The immediacy of the lake, the mountains, the forests and diverse recreational possibilities make this a unique location, even by Switzerland’s standards.


The short distances to work, school, shops, restaurants, sports and leisure facilities underpins Zug’s high quality of life. The economic hotspot of Zurich and the popular tourist destination of Luzern can each be reached within half an hour. The journey to Zurich airport by train or car takes just under 45 minutes.

Most prestigious neighbourhood and location

Economic centre

Zug is financially the strongest canton of Switzerland, with exemplary taxation policies for individuals and businesses alike. In spite of its international climate, fiscally advantageous Zug remains a stylish small town with an idyllic historic centre in the heart of Central Switzerland.


Zug offers one of the best public school systems in the world. Families appreciate the choice of public, private and international schools providing comprehensive education from primary to high school level, including the International School of Zug in Baar, the International School of Central Switzerland in Cham, the Riverside High School Campus in Hünenberg and the Institute Montana on the Zugerberg.

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The sought-after, family-friendly neighbourhood of Rosenberg is situated in a prime location above the town centre and Lake Zug. Surrounded by the cherry trees that are a such feature of the area, Rosenberg enjoys an idyllic yet still central setting. The nearest bus station with a direct connection to the town centre is less than five minutes’ walk from ROETELPARK.


ROETELPARK is located close to the Röthelberg restaurant that has towered above the town and its lake for more than 200 years and is identified by the town council as one of the pearls of Zug. Flanked by a pair of mighty chestnut trees, it holds a place in the hearts of local people as one of the town’s most beautiful public places and has recently been declared a listed monument.